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  • Ward 7 News: New Ward 7 Team Member

    As of Friday, October 14, Team Ward 7 bid adieu to Paul Hewer and welcomed Romy Garrido as our newest member. Many Ward 7 constituents and community partners may have met and worked with Paul, who decided to return to his roots in Ontario. We wish P...

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  • Ward 7 News: Upcoming Flood Mitigation Public Consultation – Register Today

    Since the 2013 floods, The City of Calgary has repaired, restored, and recovered from the devastating and costly flood damage, and continues to work hard to build flood resilience. To ensure citizens have the best suite of mitigation measures in plac...

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  • Ward 7 News: Crowchild Trail Study - Phase 5 Public Engagement

    The Crowchild Trail Study is nearing the end of its long journey through an extensive public consultation process.  Calgarians are now able to review the draft recommendations & provide input.   Please join City of Calgary staff at one of the up...

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  • Ward 7 News: How to Improve Dental Health in Alberta

    I care deeply about dental health, especially for children and low income families. Dental health is worsening across Alberta, affecting both mental and body health. I also recognise that the debate on fluoride is highly polarised and that, by focuss...

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  • Ward 7 News: October Newsletter - Ward 7 Transportation Tour

    As a large urban centre in a prosperous country, Calgary continues to mature and develop.  To keep up with the pace of this perpetual growth, it is important for the City of Calgary to make investments in transportation infrastructure like streets an...

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  • Ward 7 News: Fall Green Line Workshops

    Public engagement for the Green Line continues this Fall in the build up to a decision about route alignment and station placement.  The Green Line is a city-shaping project that will have significant, long-term impacts on the communities and neighbo...

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  • Ward 7 News: Stoop so low - scoop your dog's poop

    With 150 public off-leash areas and over 100,000 dogs in our city, it’s clear Calgarians love their canine companions. What isn’t to love is the stinky situation left behind when owners don’t pick up after their pets. Cleaning up your dog’s waste he...

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  • Ward 7 News: September Newsletter - The Importance of Affordable Housing

    With rising household costs, a growing number of families are struggling to afford shelter and other basic needs such as food, medication, and childcare. Household incomes in Calgary have not kept up to housing prices. Over the past decade, prices ha...

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  • Ward 7 News: Planning Chinatown

    Chinatown is one of Calgary’s most culturally significant and important communities. Its history is nearly as old as Calgary’s.  The current location, flanking Centre Street along the south bank of the Bow River and up into the core, was selected in ...

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  • Ward 7 News: August Newsletter - Towards a Biodiverse City

    The dog days of summer are the perfect time to think about critters. While Calgary is home to 1.2 million humans, we rarely think about the countless other species of flora and fauna that far outnumber us.  “Biodiversity” is the term we use to desc...

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