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  • November Newsletter: One Calgary

    ‘One Calgary’ is the newest name of Calgary’s 2019-2022 budget plan. The name speaks to bringing all City services together to create a budget that reflects our shared vision and shared priorities. In September of 2018, City Administration briefed Co...

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  • Blog: The Olympics want us to think big. I am asking you to think bigger.

    On November 13, Calgarians will vote on whether or not to pursue an Olympic bid. Last week, after 10 hours of debate and a last minute funding proposal, City Council voted eight to seven to end the bid process—two votes short of a required supermajor...

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  • Blog: #MeToo and the Role of the Media

    A few years back, I taped a hand scribbled sign to my office door that says “I will mentor young women leaders.” The sign is starting to yellow, curling at the edges, but the sentiment remains: You cannot be what you cannot see. As one of the few wom...

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  • October Newsletter: Crime and Social Disorder

    Social disorder and crime against people and property are on the rise in Calgary and the impacts are being felt across the city. These behaviours are a by-product of several factors, particularly the economic recession and a rise in drug use. The opi...

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  • September Newsletter: Walking Safety

    Walking SafetyFollowing the 2017 Municipal Election, Councillors convened a roundtable discussion on the key issues they heard at the doors. Again and again, walking safety was a top concern across Calgary neighbourhoods. Calgarians of all ages and a...

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  • August Newsletter: Climate Change II

    In 1994, Calgary was one of the first cities in Canada to sign on to the Partners for Climate Protection program. Then, in 2000, The City of Calgary introduced the radical idea of building a wind farm to power the CTrain. We joined nine of the world’...

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  • Shouldice Park Inclusive Playground

    Great news for Montgomery! A new inclusive and accessible playground is coming to Shouldice Park in Montgomery Community Association - MCA.This incredible new playground, gifted by Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, is a big step toward building a mo...

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  • July Newsletter: Safer Buildings

    We all deserve to live and work in safe places. Imagine being suddenly evacuated from your home because your building was declared uninhabitable. That was the case last November, when, with as little as fifteen minutes’ notice, over 100 people were e...

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  • June Newsletter: Bee-friendly City

    “Bees have so much to offer us if we only listen.” ― Jay Ebben, Painted HivesBees may be tiny, but they play an enormous role in our health and survival. Our world is highly dependent on pollinators—living creatures that transport pollen from plant t...

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  • Flood Mitigation Update and Letter to Minister Phillips

    Yesterday, the Government of Alberta announced over $13.5 million of investment in flood mitigation for Calgary. Since 2013, the City has made notable progress on building flood mitigation infrastructure and on creating better emergency response proc...

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