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Ward 2 - Jennifer Wyness

February Newsletter

This month, we’re sharing tips for keeping on top of Calgary’s cold weather, and how to stay safe while enjoying the winter.

Keep on top of Calgary’s road and pathways

Keep our community safe this winter! Winter is in full force, which means a potential for snowfall in the city. Remember to shovel your walkways, and use sand or ice when needed. If you notice uncleared roads or sidewalks, report them to the City's 311 phone line or app. The Snow and Ice Road Conditions map shows the process of snow clearing operations, locations of snowplows, priority routes and visuals of road conditions from traffic camera images. You can view the map here

Stay safe, stay off storm ponds 

With more people heading outside for winter activities, we want to remind kids and their families to be safe while enjoying outdoor skating.
While your community storm pond may look inviting, recreational activities are not allowed on them. These ponds are part of your community’s stormwater infrastructure and are there to reduce community flooding and clean stormwater before it returns to our rivers. Ice on these ponds is less predictable than ice on regular ponds and can be unstable even when it looks solid.

Here’s why:

Water levels in storm ponds can change rapidly as water moves between inlet and outlet pipes creating unpredictable ice conditions.

Although the ice may appear thick in some areas, other areas may have little to no ice and often snow can cover visible hazards.

Instead, find a safe City or community outdoor skating rink near you at

Experience the magic of Chinook Blast

Calgary’s ultimate winter festival returns Feb. 2-19, 2024. This year’s event will warm up our city with a celebration of community, culture, and civic pride, where the best of Calgary’s art, music, theatre, sport and recreation will be on display. 
For the past three winters, Chinook Blast has captivated Calgarians and visitors by bringing downtown Calgary to life with an incredible lineup of activities and performances to help you beat the winter blues. This year will again feature a sizzling lineup of art installations, live music, thrilling winter sports, local markets, live shows and so much more. 

Get ready to experience the magic as we transform the city into a winter wonderland. Mark your calendars and follow Chinook Blast on social media or at for the latest updates. It’s going to be a winter extravaganza like no other!

As always, feel free to reach out to us at any time at I look forward to hearing from you soon!

- Jennifer


Community Calendar

Weekly Stitch & Chat

Starting September 5
Every Tuesday, 1-4 PM
870 Citadel Drive, NW

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Seniors' Fun & Games

Saturday, February 10, 2 - 4 PM
870 Citadel Drive, NW
Tickets: FREE for members, $5 for non-members.
The CCA has some games but if you have a favorite, please bring it to share.

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Casino Volunteers Needed! ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

March 21 and 22
1420 Meridian Rd. NE, Calgary

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2024 CCA Fitness Classes

Sign up with the CCA for fitness classes between January - March

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