At 69, Ian MacGregor is hard at work building what he describes as Alberta's economic engine, as well as a subdivision of luxury homes and a private museum.
The office has two 22-foot-tall green walls designed to look like maps of the city and boardrooms named after Calgary communities.
Run by two sisters with a passion for the arts and community, this small exhibition space is getting creative.
Exploring the high price of entrepreneurial success and the downsides of owning a business that often get ignored.
Hank Van Weelden has spent four decades adventuring around the world and is one of the faces behind the new Kananaskis Nordic Spa.
Learn more about 17th Avenue S.W.'s past and what the plans are for its future.
Artist Suzanne Morrissette uses a sensing program to create a poetic interaction.
MowSnowPros offers on-demand snow removal within 24 hours.
The conversation about Calgary has shifted from how to make this into a “world-class” city to focusing on how to continue the work of building this into a great place for locals to live. Strong architectural design is helping get us there.
The author turns classic movies and TV shows into illustrated kid's books
The squiggles in this piece of art were born digitally; artist Geoffrey Hunter doodled on a touch pad then captured the image, produced slides, projected, traced and finally painted the lines with precision.
As the school year begins, we look at what’s new in some of the city’s post-secondaries, how they’re funded, how local schools are spending provincial mental-health funding and why it still makes economic sense to get a graduate degree.