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A Few Little-Known Facts From the Calgary Public Library

For you bookworms out there enjoying all things literary during Wordfest, we compiled some book-related stats from the Calgary Public Library.
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Sharon Wood Was the First North American Woman to Summit Mount Everest

And today she is still an avid climber whose goal is to move with elegance on the rocks.

Where To Get First-Class Care For Your Dog

Where to go for obedience school, doggy daycare, grooming services and more.
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Property of the Week: $1.9 Million Modern Gem in Parkhill

It has in-floor heating, chef's kitchen and wet/dry outdoor sauna.

What We Love About Acadia

Head to Acadia to try some great Mexican food, shop at a European deli and play a game of tennis in a world-class facility.
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8 Products for Your Pets

These products are certain to keep you out of the doghouse.

10 Things We Learned from The Calgary Foundation's 2016 Vital Signs Report

Our city scored B for overall quality of life, but keep reading to learn whether Alberta or Montreal has higher greenhouse gas emissions and how many businesses closed in the first half of 2016.
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Bring Your Pet to the 20th Annual Blessing of the Animals

Calgary pets have been getting special blessings every fall for the last 19 years. The 20th annual event is on Saturday, October 1. It’s a happy, heartwarming event and all animal lovers are invited to attend.

Property of the Week: $799,900 Character Home in Killarney

It has a fireplace from France, light fixtures from Europe and a clawfoot tub.
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5 Decades of Pizza Stories From West Hillhurst’s First Pizza Joint

We spoke with Bob Collins, the owner of Pizza Bob’s, to hear some of his pizza-related stories from the 1960s through to today.

A Look inside CKUA’s New Calgary Home

The provincial radio station's Calgary digs features a new performance space and old stories.
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The CKUA Radio Network Moves Into Studio Bell

The Edmonton-based public broadcaster has set up in the new Heritage Posters and Music location for now, although it officially moves into Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre on September 23.

Property of the Week: $3.4 Million Custom Home in Britannia

It has an upstairs coffee bar, walnut millwork throughout and three ovens.

The Alex Community Food Centre Celebrates Its Soft Launch on September 20

Starting on September 20, you can visit the Community Food Centre in Forest Lawn. Check out the space, spend some time in the cafe, sign up for its programs and meet your neighbours.

Meet Y Stage Producer and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Enthusiast Nathan Pronyshyn

The local actor and director of the Y Stage youth theatre series keeps his body and mind strong with mixed martial arts.

Property of the Week: $449,000 Century Home in Inglewood

It's 105 years old to be exact. The bedrooms were originally built as a lean-to.