Volume 04 Issue 12

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In this issue, WebStamp encourages everyone to boost the local economy by buying locally. Combating Climate Change can be good for the economy. Perfect weather to visit Calgary's glacial river.

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Save The Iconic Saddledome

The Olympic Saddledome has been a
a vital part of Calgary's development and
should remain one of Calgary's trademarks.

 

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WebStamp January 15, 2020

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The convenience of online shopping has reduced the number of customers visiting local businesses. Fewer customers make it harder for local Small and Medium Businesses (SMB) to survive.
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Appropriate for the current weather we bundle up and take a stroll down the footpath on the south end of the Emergency Operations Centre, located at 673 First St. N.E. in Crescent Heights, and explore a year-round Frozen River.
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We are all aware of the effects of Climate Change that is causing the current increasing extreme weather conditions. These ever-changing erratic weather patterns will affect the way we live and work in the very near future. WebStamp is encouraging all to make A M.A.D. New Year’s Resolution to Make A Difference to our approach to solving Climate Change.

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