The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal

City Hall

The Bowfort Towers — which many detractors said looked too much like Blackfoot burial scaffolds — sparked controversy, contributing to Calgary City Council’s suspension of its embattled public art program in the fall of 2017.

Crossing the street is considered a menial task for many, but it can be intimidating for pedestrians with visual challenges or impairments.

While audible pedestrian signals provide a solution to this issue, many of Calgary’s intersections are still without them.

Ward 6 city councillor Jeff Davison spent years marketing and promoting large companies, but he now faces the difficult task of helping Calgary become a welcoming place to invest and grow businesses as a newcomer to Calgary politics.

 Calgarians will soon be subjected to constant construction in one of its oldest neighborhoods, Victoria Park. Civic politicians and planners are generally ecstatic about the changes, however, there are many critics who aren’t as optimistic.