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containR at the Triangle Space in Sunnyside Kicks off Sunday, October 13 2013

October 10, 2013

Green Day Pop Up Picnic Sneak-a-Peek of containR in Sunnyside Find out what’s in store! Look inside the containR! Bring a picnic, pedal power music, & Permaculture and food! Sunday October 13, 2013, 2 pm – 5 pm Corner of 2nd Ave and 9th Street SW, (between Vendome and the Sunnyside C-train station) Twitter and [...]

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CIFF presents: Urbanized – Who is allowed to shape our cities, and how do they do it?

January 29, 2012

Next Wednesday the Bow to Bluff team is going on a field trip to The Plaza Theatre. Calgary International Film Festival presents Gary Hustwit’s movie Urbanized. WHEN: Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 7:00pm WHERE: The Plaza TICKETS: Get your ticket online on the Calgary International Film Festival website. Urbanized is a feature-length documentary about the design of cities, [...]

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Temporary access for McHugh Bluff

January 12, 2012

Have you been for a walk in winter wonderland in the corridor lately? You can now go up the hill again. The City’s Parks department has put in a new temporary zig-zag path up McHugh Bluff.  The gravel path is a big improvement on the old rickety wooden stairs that didn’t allow wheelchair or stroller access up the [...]

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GPS of the Week: Central Memorial Park in Calgary

October 29, 2011

In September, Planetizen had asked its readers for their top 100 favourite great public spaces. Instead of a pre-selected list of spaces, Planetizen and the Project for Public Spaces gave their readers four criteria for great public spaces: Accessibility Activity; people are engaged in activities Comfort; the space is comfortable and has a good image [...]

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What’s up with Bow to Bluff?

October 11, 2011

In our first week in the Ant Hill building over 500 citizens came through our doors to brainstorm how to improve the Bow to Bluff corridor. The big ideas range from “more green spaces” to “public art on the LRT fence” to “redevelop the old warehouse into a farmers’ market/community building”. We can already see [...]

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