Practical tips for keeping your living space secure.
This art installation in the new Central Library was created with 11,000 books in 12 colours.
It's an essential skill in urban survival.
When the parking sign is actually five signs, it can get complicated.
Heed this advice when asking for a bigger paycheque.
Local podcasts that are pleasant, informative and entertaining with little-to-no swearing or yelling.
On the back page of Avenue, we feature a work of art in Calgary that is interesting, sometimes surprising and always available for the public to see. This is the art from 2018. It's a small fraction of the great art all around us.
Last year's event drew almost 100 people and raised over $100,000 for the SA (Servants Anonymous) Foundation.
These workplaces feature colourful murals, beer on tap and even a slide.
It’s one thing to wonder how you would react when faced with a dangerous encounter. It is another thing entirely to know how to react. These six companies in Calgary teach self-defence.
This office is a fun, colourful space complete with a big orange slide, arcade games and a Silicon Valley-inspired mural.
They're marking the milestone with two Christmas concerts at the Bella Concert Hall this month.
The Calgary-based animal-rescue organization saves dogs and cats from high-kill shelters and finds them foster or adopted homes.
StGhost Lake Ice Sailing Club dates back to the 1950s and currently has around 30 members.
These three chandeliers are part of a public interior garden in Jamieson Place.
The growth of the protest camp set up across from the courts centre into a healing camp focused on truth, reconciliation and outreach echoes the evolving thinking of the man who says he’s not its leader. But despite what he may say, Garret Smith is building a movement for change and opening doors for conversation.