Volume 03 Issue 21

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In this issue, we look at encouraging the development of vibrant small house communities. The new vision for Victoria Park creates a bloated Arts and Cultural District. Calgary's first commissioned public artwork honours Canadian veterans from the Boer Wars.   

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As our economy struggles many are finding it difficult to find an affordable place to live. Cities need to increase population density in a creative and innovative way. Land-use bylaws need to change to meet the needs of its citizens so they live an affordable comfortable lifestyle without worries or burdens.
It great to see the city is continuing with the revitalization of the East Village with the new vision for a Victoria Park Arts and Cultural District. However, the city seems to be putting too many eggs into one basket including a new event centre. It is also discerning that our iconic Saddledome is slated to be removed from our skyline with this new expansion.
Calgary's first commissioned public artwork honours Canadian veterans fallen in the South African War.

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