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In this issue, we look at how the record October snowfall indicates the need for drivers to get better winter driving training. We continue to give information about the 2026 Olympic bid.

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To Host Or Not To Host
the 2026 Winter Olympics?

Calgarians have been given the choice to decide whether Calgary should host another Olympiad. Up until recently, there was little information about how the major world event benefits Canadians. The recently released long-awaited draft of the Hosting Plan Concept finally gives us the details we looking for.

The Calgary 2026 Bid Corporation will be releasing more information as we approach the November 13th Plebiscite deadline so Calgarians can be properly informed on what hosting another Olympics will cost and the benefits we can expect. 




Preliminary Olympic Plebiscite - After gathering all the facts available, how would you Vote November 13th, 2018?
WebStamp October 05, 2018

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The beginning of October brought us an expected record-breaking snowfall that caused major traffic mayhem all over Calgary. The resulting 250 + accidents that occurred reveal that many drivers are not trained properly to navigate extreme Canadian weather.
Even with all the controversy, the possibility of Calgary hosting the 2026 Winter Olympics is closer to reality.
As you stroll down Stephan Ave. you can’t help not encounter the majestic Galleria Trees located between 2nd St. and 3rd Ave.

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