Music fills the air on Stephen Avenue

Calgarians enjoy the beautiful spring weather in Calgary’s core

video-thumbnailWalking down Stephen Avenue, you can hear and see the energy. A gentleman, Ian, was playing his Chinese Violin for on goers walking down the street enjoying the different cultures and people.

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A roll through the park

The appeal of Glenmore Reservoir

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Whenever I drive by the Glenmore Reservoir on my way to Mount Royal University, I risk a distracted driving ticket in order to sneak glance at the beautiful scenery. Framed by the Rocky Mountains, evergreens and the water usually reflecting a blue sky, the sight is breathtaking no matter the time of year. I always give myself time to be near water as it is the one place I can count on to clear my mind. Glenmore Reservoir is easily one of my favorite places in Calgary, regardless of the season.

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The water’s edge: Reflecting on an adolescence at Chestermere Lake

Lake brings back memories and conflicting emotions

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Admittedly, I’ve never been one to easily grasp the notion of object permanence. The idea that things continue to exist without our express permission is simple enough to understand – but in practice, the fact that the world keeps spinning after we’ve gone is a little more substantial of a concept than I ever care to trouble myself with.

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Faces in Places: A day at Higher Ground

Calgary’s hottest coffee shop for all ages

Higher Ground coffee shopLocated in Kensington, the cozy hipster Higher Ground is one of Calgary's hottest spots to chill and enjoy coffee, tea or snacks. Inside you'll find a vast demographic of business executives, college students and young teenagers. The customers agree that it’s a great place to slow down, relax and escape the hustle and bustle of cowtown's city life.

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