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Saddledome job fair brings in the numbers - without the chaos

Job seekers at Tuesday’s career fair at the Saddledome may have been worried about freakishly large lines from previous fairs this summer, but the scene on the Stampede grounds was a fairly relaxed one. 377 more words

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Job seekers line up for part-time work at Saddledome job fair

The Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation hosted their annual summer job fair at the Saddledome on Tuesday, with the demographics of those in line possibly looking a little different this year. 462 more words


Tragically Hip fans share memories of beloved Canadian act

In a tour that signals the end of an era, perhaps what makes the Tragically Hip so Canadian is the list of the cities they’ve played in over the years. 488 more words

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Fans fundraise ahead of what could be Tragically Hip’s last tour stop in Calgary 

The Tragically Hip takes to the stage Monday night for the first of two scheduled performances in Calgary.

The group announced the tour following a devastating brain tumor diagnosis for frontman Gord Downie. 324 more words


We Were Young Once, & Went to Motley Crue

Editor’s note: The names have been changed to protect the guilty.

Now that I have your attention: My Motley Crue concert story. I have seen them twice back in the 80’s – first time I and three other guys went up early and hotel-ed it so we could pre-game the show like professionals. 892 more words

Calgary City Council vote signals serious interest in looking at 2026 Winter Olympics bid

Calgary city councillors have voted in favour of spending up to $5 million to study the feasibility of making a bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic Games. 586 more words


'One of Calgary's worst-kept secrets': Flames announce Glen Gulutzan as new head coach

The Calgary Flames announced Friday that Glen Gulutzan, former bench boss for the Dallas Stars, would serve as the team’s new head coach.

GM Brad Treliving introduced the 44-year-old at a morning news conference at the Saddledome. 449 more words