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20 Best Places For a Picnic or Barbecue in Calgary and the Mountains

Pack a lunch, bring the bug spray and enjoy dining alfresco while it’s nice outside.
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Sled Island Director Maud Salvi Can Handle Anything

Overcoming trial by flood in her first year has strengthened the resolve of the executive director of Sled Island to continue to create an amazing music festival experience for the community that has supported it all along.

Work of Art: The Water Spiral by Michelena Bamford and Lane Shordee

Located on the grounds of the Wildwood Community Association, The Water Spiral is a kinetic sculpture that functions as a windmill, cistern and pump.
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6 Cool Things About Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary

The rescue facility shelters wolf-dogs, facilitates adoptions and serves to educate the public about these animals by offering interpretive tours.

Kristin Hallett and Mandy Stobo's Buzzworthy Book, Bee Love

The story behind the self-published children's book about loss and love.
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Five Years After the Flood

Five years ago, floods closed downtown Calgary, caused more than 100,000 Albertans to be evacuated from their homes and created more than $1.7 billion in insurable damages throughout the region. Since then, how much have we repaired and are we ready for next time?

Inside Benevity's Dog-Friendly, Mural-Filled Office in Bridgeland

Around 400 staff members work at the company's new Calgary office, which is filled with natural light, colourful furniture and roaming puppies.
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Calgary's Oldest New Buildings

How fusion architecture is bringing Calgary's past into the future, from the Biscuit Block to Victoria Park School.

Jessica Janzen Olstad is an Open Book

After a heartbreaking personal tragedy, the local fitness instructor has found strength in the support of her community and in her resolve to create a legacy for the baby son she lost to illness.
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Ramadan in Calgary

Your primer on one of the biggest celebrations of food in Calgary including how to break the fast, what to serve at the final feast and where to get all that delicious food.

Gordon Atkins is One of the First Great Architects to Emerge from the Canadian Prairies

His uncompromising vision throughout his career has given him numerous awards and just as many stories to tell.
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The Prairie Storm Chasers

When they see a storm brewing, they jump in their car to get closer.

Dynamic Housing for a Dynamic City

The changing nature of housing in Calgary reflects the changing ways Calgarians want to live.
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Work of Art: John J. Bowlen Building Mural by Ron Spickett

Despite almost 50 years of wear, this painting remains a testament to the humanitarian concerns and skill of a revered Calgary artist.

What You Should Know About the Dangers of Radon Gas

What you don’t know about radon might be killing you — it’s the leading cause of non-smoking related lung cancer.

Inside The Commons, the Chandelier-Filled Co-Working Office in Ramsay

A sister-and-brother team grew this office into a sophisticated space for co-working, meetings and events.