A healthy fast food restaurant, a ramen bar and a diner specializing in pie are all opening soon.
These statues are the remnants of a cattle invasion that occurred in Calgary 15 years ago this month.
Garbage was cleared along 200 kilometres of river pathways, a Calgary man did a big run for charity and Brian Burke was announced as Pride parade marshal.
So much is happening on 17th Avenue S.W. that is is hard to keep up, so we wrote it all in a list.
While the developer doesn't want to do too much too soon, the plans for the redevelopment of the Calgary Brewery include ground-level retail space.
Peek inside four new arts performance, education and rehearsal spaces that will bring Calgary’s performing arts, musicians and dancers to centre stage.
These sandstone markers once helped a burgeoning Calgary survive sickness.
The sandstone mansion from the early 20th century is now in ruins, but as the City looks to redevelop Stanley Park, marking the site is in the plans.
A lot of donations to the Calgary Food Bank came from British Columbia, a new volunteer portal was launched and Neighbour Day is coming back every year.
On the midway this year, expect treats like mini donut pops, savoury creations like red curry poutine and bizarre snacks like cockroach pizza.
Calgarians with spinal cord injuries will soon be able to cycle, ACAD students made beer for school credit and a Calgary teen is the best interpretive reader in the world.
Old and new meet in this historical character building in Ramsay.
There were weapons tours, art and guitars acquired and sports and poetry somehow collided thanks to politics.
A local swimmer earned a spot on Team Canada, Concord Pacific broke ground on its condo project and Calgary Transit launched its app.
A group of young filmmakers are trying to find the real story behind one of Calgary's oldest urban myths.
Calgary will finally get an indoor lacrosse centre, Spruce Meadows celebrated its 40th anniversary and the city is getting ready for Cirque du Soleil.
Famous movie props, Disney sets and local landmarks are just a few things this group is behind.
A Calgary CEO will be on Dragons’ Den this fall, Mayor Nenshi spent a day with Rick Mercer and a Second World War project organized by two Calgarians made headlines.