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  • Province to continue funding low-income transit pass, but city staff say further supports needed October 23, 2019
    Provincial funding for Calgary’s low-income transit pass will continue, the Ministry of Community and Social Services has confirmed. The UCP government will table its first budget in the legislature on Thursday following April’s provincial election. While details have yet to be announced, a spokesperson for Minister Rajan Sawhney confirmed that funding for l […]
  • Telus Spark goes beyond meat for exhibit opening this weekend October 23, 2019
    For the curious at heart, Telus Spark is opening an exhibit Friday that offers an inside look at the skeletons, muscles and circulatory systems that make animals tick. When Dr. Angelina Whalley began working with the inventor of plastination, Dr. Gunther von Hagens — now Whalley’s husband — the technology wasn’t refined enough to plastinate […]
  • New Horizon Mall developer holds town hall meeting to calm shop owners' fears October 23, 2019
    The developer behind the New Horizon Mall north of Calgary said Wednesday that the massive shopping centre is "going in the right direction," in spite of the fact the space is still mostly empty.
  • Trio of senior executives depart from troubled Alberta Energy Regulator October 23, 2019
    On the heels of damning investigations revealing ethical lapses within it, the Alberta Energy Regulator announced Wednesday three senior executives have left. The AER said executive vice presidents Stacey Schorr, Mark Taylor and Carol Crowfoot have exited the agency, which oversees the development of the province’s energy industry. On Wednesday, the AER didn […]
  • Council wants to hear your views on lowering city speed limits October 23, 2019
    Council’s transportation committee voted Wednesday to direct administration to engage with citizens and business stakeholders on options to reduce or maintain speed limits on all but Calgary’s busiest roads. Three options are on the table, including an overall reduction to 30 km/h on both residential and collector roads (roads that move traffic from local st […]

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