Calgary is full of creative people and beautiful pieces of art. Here is just one piece you should know about.
The official opening of a music centre, a film centre and a dance centre, a new international terminal at the airport and the Junos are just a few of the things we’re looking forward to in 2016.
Covering 12,000 km worth of underground pipes, Calgary's manhole covers are some of the most ubiquitous artworks in the city.
This temporary art exhibit is sourced from real Calgarians and aims to make the 4th Street S.W. underpass a little more neighbourly.
Once the tallest building in Calgary, Knox United Church is home to a meditation maze, one of the largest organs in Western Canada and beautiful stained glass work.
This centennial building has bees on the roof, artwork on the front and a whole lot of history.
Social, demographic and technological changes have all come together to affect the way we work now.
The world’s first portable smart scale for nutrition comes from Calgary and its makers hope it will be on the market in the first quarter of 2016.
This 100-year-old house was once home to the country's most famous Mountie and will soon welcome Calgary's latest brewery.
The university students who created it hope to have a prototype of the Securelet bracelet by January, 2016.
A baby giraffe, the reinstallation of the King Eddy sign and Chinatown is close to establishing a BRZ.
It’s still in its early stages, but soon it will make eating healthy more accessible.
A Frozen-inspired WestJet plane, coupons instead of candy and a new cultural landmark.
Calgary's first steel and brick edifice, the Grand Theatre has survived more than 100 years and played host to a variety of famous figures along the way.
Election campaigns are transformed into art after Llewellyn donates them to local art initiatives.
A wordy festival, an award-winning math professor and the launch of UberX.
Calgary is given a B grade in this year’s Vital Signs report, the 2016 Calgary Stampede poster was revealed and the #WhyWhyC mystery was uncovered.
Medical marijuana is now more accessible than ever. But new regulations have brought controversy and concern over how cannabis is being prescribed and handled.