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Bearspaw: A Combination of Golf and Acreage Community

Are you in a search for a tranquil community that is just minutes from downtown Calgary? Do you want to live in a place with a wide space for your sport and leisure? 449 more words


New Craft Calgary!

I spent last weekend in Calgary, taking part in the New Craft Coalition sale. This was my first out-of-province sale experience, and I’m not going to lie – the night before we left, as I was packing everything up and trying to remember every last detail, I thought, this is completely nuts. 199 more words

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Is Calgary's Paul Brandt getting bad rap for cheeky new country tune?

Looks like that’s a rap for Calgary country music star Paul Brandt and his new single “Get A Bed”.

This new song is Brandt’s cheeky response the “bro country” movement – which includes a rap verse by Canadian rapper Fresh IE – and has generated polarizing reaction from fans and a few radio stations. 225 more words


'First-class facility' coming with Shouldice redesign, says Calgary's amateur football boss

City amateur football organizers say they’re feeling a tad bullrushed by comments from softball athletes about the state of a major athletic park.

On Monday, numerous competitors, coaches and representatives complained to Metro about the state of Shouldice Athletic Park, which they say has become particularly dire since construction has ramped up on the first phase of a plaza redevelopment project. 304 more words


Day 101

I wanted to do a long exposure of downtown and see if I could get some background glow from the light pollution, but it just wasn’t dark enough when I was out. 38 more words

Threat to general public ‘still tiny,’ says University of Calgary terrorism expert

Two attacks on Canadian soldiers in three days are unlikely to be operationally related and while the public is understandably shocked, “it would be a mistake to be scared,” according to a University of Calgary terrorism expert. 202 more words