Volume 02 Issue 21

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This Issue we are encouraging Calgarians to buy locally to help stimulate the local economy, We continue with exploring Calgary's Public Art on the steps of City Hall. There are many misconceptions about tiny living that we would like to debunk. After enjoying the article let us know what you think.

Inside this Issue:

  • Join the Buy Local Movement
  • Family of Horses
  • Crushing Misconceptions About Tiny House Living

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WebStamp March 21, 2018

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Technology, along with the World Wide Web, has dramatically changed the way people shop. In the last century, one would spend the most part of the day walking around to locally clustered businesses, or a mall, and shop for the best value. Today people use their tablet or cell phone to find the best deal and order online. This has had a large impact on the brick and mortar businesses, including local businesses and big box stores.
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Calgary has many unique public art projects that reflects the city’s spirit of which the Family of Horses roaming the Municipal Plaza is one that portrays our equestrian roots.

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