"Comfortable," because Klein has spent the past 16 years as president of the Hidden Valley Community Association, helping to build an area that "has it all." That long journey veered onto another path when he stepped down from the role of president earlier this year.
As the first snow hit Calgary, forcing many to pull out their thick winter coats, mittens and hats, many families were gathering inside Tom Baines School representing their cultures. Warm reds, oranges and yellows, mixing with vibrant blues and greens, filled the halls as many wandered through a sea of handcrafted paper Canadian flags.
As Alberta's newest premier, Alison Redford struck a chord with constituent voters with her pledge to change health care and education.
Less well known, but still as important, is her stance on arts and culture in Alberta.
The recent news of the denial of public-private partnership (P3) funding from Private-Public Partnerships Canada was not only a shock to city officials, but also to the citizens who have spent countless hours on committees for proposed recreation centres in Calgary's southeast and northwest quadrants.