Volume 03 Issue 16

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This issue we look at the expenses we Calgarians still have to cover to upgrade our ageing sports facilities. Find out how successful the new MAX BRT launched. Discover the Past, Present, and Future in one Downtown sculpture done by a local artist.

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WebStamp November 21, 2018

There would have been many benefits for Calgary, and Canada, arising from hosting an Olympiad. Funds would have been available for upgrading several sports and leisure facilities along with a new fieldhouse for the Stampeders, future low-cost and senior housing, and employment for many all over Alberta. Now Calgarians have to find another way to pay for those much-needed projects and boosting the economy.
In James Short Park located Downtown at 115, 4th Ave. SW is a limestone sculpture that represents the progression of people through time.

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