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6 Veterans Remembered With Calgary Landmarks

Calgary’s long history of military service lives on in these local landmarks, which bear the names of those who served in missions from the First World War to modern-day peacekeeping.
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Top 40 Under 40 Class of 2016

Read our list of best and brightest young educators, innovators and entrepreneurs in Calgary and tell us if you know someone who should be on the 2017 list. Top 40 Under 40 nominations close April 30.

Property of the Week: $1.9 Million Custom Built Two-Storey

It has 2,500 square feet of honed marble, two washers and dryers and a media room with surround sound.
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The 2016 Top 40 Under 40 Gala

Friends, family, alumni and Mayor Nenshi celebrated the Class of 2016 this week.

How NaNoWriMo Helped Joy Norstrom Publish Her Debut Novel

Three years ago, this local author participated in National Novel Writing Month. She got it published just in time for this year's event, and it's one of five Calgarian novels that will make you want to write a book of your own.
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What It's Like Inside the New International Terminal at the Airport

It officially opens on October 31. It's big, it's designed to be sustainable and there's a lot to do as you wait for your plane. Here's what you'll experience the next time you go on an international flight.


Calgary and its surrounding area is full of creative people and beautiful pieces of art. Here is just one piece you should know about.

A Look Inside the New Central Library

Between the concrete pillars and plastic panels, this monumental library is starting to take shape.

Property of the Week: $649,900 Sunalta Heritage Home

It has original hardwood, leaded glass windows and a claw foot tub.

It Turns Out, It Isn't Directly Possible to Die of Fright

University of Calgary psychology professor Dr. Keith Dobson shares some need-to-know facts on fear.

Ghost Stories of the Cat ‘n Fiddle

Rumours of hauntings persist thanks to this pub’s history as a funeral home.

The State of Student Mental Health

Calgary institutions are working hard to implement successful programs and encourage conversations that aid and improve student mental health.

Coyotes in Calgary: What You Need to Know

There’s more to the furry critters than eating garbage and skirting across your lawn.

Rescuing and Adopting Animals from Rural Areas with AARCS

The Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) is a Calgary-based not-for-profit organization has been rescuing abandoned, abused and surrendered animals from rural areas in Alberta for 10 years.

Property of the Week: $2.7 Million Former Home of Peter Lougheed

The interior was completely redone with the help of local designer Robert Sweep.

What It’s Like Inside the New DJD Dance Centre

It’s bright, it’s technical and it’s central. Check it out at the Dance Class Marathon on Sunday, October 23.