Successful redevelopment plan could usher in new era of community planning in Calgary
Here's the twist: you did it all by walking only a few blocks around the community you call home.
- By GEOFFREY PICKETTS
Too many of Calgary's historic buildings have seen the wrecker's ball
Have you ever cherished something that was really old? Maybe it's a family heirloom that has been passed down from generation to generation. Maybe it's old photographs, jewelry or furniture: items that help us connect with who we are today and where we came from.
- By LISA TAYLOR
Community association fee waived to increase membership
The Federation of Calgary Communities says that successful, healthy communities are generally those with active and sustained membership and involvement of community residents.
However, members of the Evergreen Community Association have identified community engagement as a challenge, yet one that they are planning to address head-on.
- By MATTHEW HAYHURST
'Library of the future' opens after several delays
The University of Calgary took another step into the future Oct. 20 with the opening of the new Taylor Family Digital Library.
Though faced with several mechanical and engineering issues that delayed the grand opening for several months, the newest addition to the U of C's campus is now open to students and the public.
- By BAJ VISSER