A collection of good things that happened in YYC this week.
This GPS watch is the brainchild of a Calgarian.
The police have a new app, Kensington is getting mushroom blocks, CKUA is getting a new studio and at least one Calgary Flame is the most gentlemanly.
A new centre in the Hotchkiss Brain Institute will research the aging brain, the Calgary Chamber won an award for having the most unconventional project and 75 pianos were carefully moved.
It has one of the most impressive permanent outdoor labyrinths in Canada and the only Shakespeare garden west of Ontario.
A Sunnyside house was covered in crochet, Bow Valley College launched 1,000 Women Rising and radiation therapy for pets is coming to Calgary.
Calgary's Stack Modular unveils their new two-bedroom apartment unit at the Global Petroleum Show.
Meet the space known for bubble performances, chalkboard musings and window music.
A new app confirms that Calgarians are friendly people, the 12th Avenue cycle track opened a little early and Calgarian Kaillie Humphries will be this year’s Stampede marshal.
The story behind (and inside) this 100-year-old building.
Student vets are giving back to the community, fish fossils show what Calgary was like 60 million years ago and an aged bridge is being replaced.
See what the city's civic art collection keeps hidden away in its storage facility.
A seven-storey sculpture is coming to St Patrick’s Island, Lois Mitchell was named Lieutenant Governor of Alberta and two Calgary foodies are helping to rebuild the Best of Bridge brand.
Karen Kho shares what was done to the well-loved café during its five-month closure.
A Calgary business’ treadmill desk is addressing sedentary office culture, construction on cSpace officially began and a group of women won a prize for an innovative economic project.
According to the building's current owner, come June 2017, the building will be a mixed-use space with retail, restaurant and office space.
A healthy fast food restaurant, a ramen bar and a diner specializing in pie are all opening soon.