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  • Flood damaged pathways updated

    Pathways along the Bow and Elbow Rivers were heavily impacted by the June 2013 flood. At the height of the flood, 93 km of pathway were closed. Since then, The City of Calgary Parks has been working to repair and reconnect the pathway system. Almost ...

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  • St Patrick's Island Redevelopment

    St. Patrick’s Island is getting a facelift! Between The East Village, Inglewood, and the Calgary Zoo, the island is centrally located, and will be a great outdoor hub for exploring and experiencing the environment. In 2010, Council gave the Calgary ...

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  • New Central Library Update

    The new Central Library is a step closer to reality! The Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) has just completed stage two of a two-stage procurement strategy to secure a design team. Stage One was the Request for Qualification, an open, high-l...

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  • An introduction to Calgary Municipal Land Corporation

    The community of East Village has had its share of struggles over the years and I’m proud to have initiated the current transformation that’s taking place. Left to languish over decades, Calgary had a unique opportunity to rehabilitate a large riverf...

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  • Riverwalk

    RiverWalk is Calgary’s gift to itself: the 4km green promenade will extend from Chinatown all the way to Stampede Park, making Calgary a riverfront city for the first time since its founding. RiverWalk connects neighbourhoods and returns the banks of...

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  • Little Free Library project

    Hankering for a good read? Ever wish there was a library right on your corner? Do you have some books you’d like to share? Well, Ward 7’s latest initiative - the Little Free Library Project - was designed just for you! A Little Free Library is prett...

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  • National Music Centre

    The ground-breaking ceremony for the new National Music Centre (NMC) was music to many ears on February 22, 2013. Currently, the National Music Centre reaches more than 75,000 people every year. Imagine how many more people will visit after 2015, whe...

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  • Experience vibrant Chinatown

    An idea that sprang from a concern about the reputation of Calgary’s Chinatown has garnered positive results. In 2008, in the face of increased vandalism and issues of safety, a group of community conscious people formed the Chinatown Safety Council....

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  • The Rosemont ice guys

    In the winter of 2011 the outdoor ice rinks in Rosemont were voted as the Best Outdoor Skating Rink by readers of The Calgary Herald. The two Rosemont ice rinks are located in Confederation Park and have been around since 1966. There have been seve...

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