The terraria can replicate more than 300 habitats — everything from desert to tropical rainforest — using a combination of LED lighting, an auto-irrigation system, integrated heating and other features that can all be controlled with a smartphone.
The Calgary-raised model touched down in her former hometown last fall to walk the runway as the face of Hudson’s Bay’s “Be Yourself” campaign and chat about the career boost she’s gotten since appearing in the viral-hit music video for “Secrets” by superstar artist The Weeknd.
He visits sick children and makes appearances at charity events.
He works with dogs with behavioural issues such as excessive barking, poor recall, jumping, separation anxiety, aggression and more.
Look for this circular photographic mural on the wall of the Odeon Building in Marda Loop.
With a background in interior design, this popular local spin and yoga teacher and fitness enthusiast has branched out into clothing design with the activewear label Parts + Labor.
Top tips from local experts on how to feel and look better and have a happier life, a cleaner house, more time and more success.
Plus, ways to enjoy that snow this season.
He reached the summit in May of 2017 at the age of 64.
One of the company’s best-known alumni ruminates on the role Loose Moose played in launching his own comedy career and how the company’s intrinsic generosity is a big part of why it has lasted so long.
Murals to add some flair to empty walls, schools with state-of-the-art equipment to help with inclusion and a project that leaves no flower behind all made Calgary a little better in 2017.
From a tin-toy forest with animated animal figures at the airport to a stack of bronze hats in front of Hotel Le Germain, here are 12 pieces you should know about.
The mountain towns and other places where Calgarians go to recreate have an abundance of natural beauty, wildlife and outdoor activities. But what they and other rural communities often lack are surgical, trauma and emergency medical services. For those who make these and other non-urban areas their home and those who are there to visit, a scenic setting often comes with a price.
You'll find this colourful, four-storey stairwell installation inside the new community arts hub called cSpace.
Instead of giving someone an actual pet, consider sponsoring a service dog in their name or giving an adoption gift card instead.
We took photos throughout the process and have templates you can print if you want to recreate our look (or just want a Calgary Tower-shaped cookie).