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How Chuckwagon Racing Became a Sport

Did you know Guy Weadick, founder of the Calgary Stampede, held the first official chuckwagon race at the 1923 Stampede and is credited with creating the sport?
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Cochrane Has Its Own Currency

The Cochrane Dollar has been in circulation since 2017.

Q Haute Cuisine Has a Tea Sommelier

Josh Linvers has tried 400 teas and approaches tea with a sommelier’s expertise.
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How Calgarians are Celebrating the World Cup

From getting up at dawn to wearing jerseys to work and teaching kids about family traditions, this is how Calgarians are cheering on their favourite countries in the World Cup.

Work of Art: To keep the promise

Tyler Los-Jones stitched together 12 digital panoramas for this piece, creating a 30-foot, double-sided photographic strip that was twisted into a four-foot span, mounted to a wall and photographed.
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Corb Lund's Next Chapter

With nearly three decades of performing under his belt buckle, the Southern Alberta-bred country-roots musician has achieved critical and professional success in his homeland, but now wants to get serious about conquering the United States.

Inside Work Nicer's New Co-Working Office With Beer on Tap

Work Nicer Co-Working's second location features Tool Shed beer on tap and meeting rooms named after famous movie quotes in an industrial style space.
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A Fully Accessible Family Fun Day at Rotary Challenger Park

There will be hay rides, mascot appearances and wheelchair basketball.

20 Best Places For a Picnic or Barbecue in Calgary and the Mountains

Pack a lunch, bring the bug spray and enjoy dining alfresco while it’s nice outside.
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Sled Island Director Maud Salvi Can Handle Anything

Overcoming trial by flood in her first year has strengthened the resolve of the executive director of Sled Island to continue to create an amazing music festival experience for the community that has supported it all along.

Work of Art: The Water Spiral by Michelena Bamford and Lane Shordee

Located on the grounds of the Wildwood Community Association, The Water Spiral is a kinetic sculpture that functions as a windmill, cistern and pump.
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6 Cool Things About Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary

The rescue facility shelters wolf-dogs, facilitates adoptions and serves to educate the public about these animals by offering interpretive tours.

Kristin Hallett and Mandy Stobo's Buzzworthy Book, Bee Love

The story behind the self-published children's book about loss and love.

Five Years After the Flood

Five years ago, floods closed downtown Calgary, caused more than 100,000 Albertans to be evacuated from their homes and created more than $1.7 billion in insurable damages throughout the region. Since then, how much have we repaired and are we ready for next time?

Inside Benevity's Dog-Friendly, Mural-Filled Office in Bridgeland

Around 400 staff members work at the company's new Calgary office, which is filled with natural light, colourful furniture and roaming puppies.

Calgary's Oldest New Buildings

How fusion architecture is bringing Calgary's past into the future, from the Biscuit Block to Victoria Park School.
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