Form meets function in this unique space where First Nations restorative justice is designed to flourish in partnership with the Western judicial system.
It has floor-to-ceiling windows with views of downtown.
When Memorial Drive was a dirt path and Bridgeland was a farmer's field.
Who needs a membership when you can practice at home?
When Gooliaff founded Tangy Lime Dance Projects, she wanted to make sure that the stilts weren't just a prop.
A new year means new financial habits. Here’s how you can get on track and go beyond “don’t spend more than you make.”
Each of these individuals were profiled in our Workout column in 2016. Take the quiz to see how well you remember each person, then keep scrolling down past the quiz to read more about them all.
Libraries on wheels, lots of breweries, a mega music centre and meeting the first North American woman to summit Mount Everest — we look back at the people, places, food and fun we loved in 2016. Plus, I look forward at what is to come in 2017.
If you know where to go, it's easy to get in a game of shinny. You'll find outdoor rinks with nets and fire pits and separate ice for skaters who don't want to play the game.
They have diving boards, slides and more.
A giant game of Snakes and Ladders as part of Beakerhead, the biggest urban pathway in the world, a special lemur habitat and more affordable housing are just a few of the things we’re excited to see come to in Calgary in 2017.
We spoke with Calgary photographers to get some tips for capturing this natural light display.
One non-profit is looking to rebuild a structure designed by the famous architect with help from the public.
It has a wood burning fireplace, renovated kitchen and office loft.
Because now is the the perfect time of year for reflection, here are a few of the good things that happened in and around the city over the past 12 months.
Roxley Games has been operating since 2013 and it has already created three engaging board games and gained a loyal, game-playing fan base.