In recognition of Earth Day, April 22, The City of Calgary has been named among Canada’s Greenest Employers of 2017. This is the second consecutive year The City has been recognized. Some initiatives within our operations:

- Building Accreditations – The City was Canada’s first major municipality to adopt (2004) a sustainable building policy requiring all new or renovated City workplaces to...
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In recognition of Earth Day April 22 The City of Calgary has
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Green carts will be delivered to homes across Calgary, starting in the southwest the week of June 5. Cart delivery will continue in the northwest in July, the northeast in August and the southeast in September. All eligible homes will have green cart service in time for the fall yard waste clean-up. More info: [ Calgary.ca Link ]
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Heather Butler
Jillian Voth
Now that we’re beginning to see the first signs of spring, The City of Calgary is gearing up to roll out the city-wide Green Cart program.

Green carts will be delivered to homes across Calgary, starting in the southwest the week of June 5. Cart delivery will continue in the northwest in July, the northeast in August and the southeast in September. All eligible homes will have green cart...
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Now that were beginning to see the first signs of spring The
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Happy Vaisakhi!
Vaisakhi is the harvest spring festival from the Punjab region (North of India), with the Punjab New Year falling on the same day. It is celebrated by the Sikh community in India and Calgary.
Happy Vaisakhi Vaisakhi is the harvest spring festival from the Punjab region
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Susan Konopaki
The interchange off Alberta’s busiest highway will provide a new access point for the south Calgary neighbourhoods of Cranston, Seton and the future district of Rangeview. Project costs will be shared equally by all three partners.

Brookfield Residential estimates this new intersection helps support the potential for more than $4 billion in economic opportunity and more than 25,000 new jobs...
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Julie Quennell
Matt Bennett
Playoffs start tonight! Go Flames Go!

Some background on the Flames 'C' at Municipal Plaza:

When the Flames won the cup in 1989 a flaming ‘C’ was built to hold the Stanley Cup for the victory parade. The ‘C’ was then displayed at the Municipal Building with the Stanley Cup. Citizens were able to come down and take photos with the cup.

Originally built in 1989 by city staff at the...
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Playoffs start tonight Go Flames Go Some background on the Flames C
Today the Government of Alberta announced it will be investing $13.4 million to help The City of Calgary mitigate flooding. The projects will protect downtown Calgary and neighbouring communities during flood and stormwater events.

Projects include:
- $9.8 million for two pump station projects in Calgary's Sunnyside neighbourhood and to the construction of a new flood-dedicated pump...
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Amanpreet Singh Sandhu
Jared Pickard
We've got a couple of great opportunities for youth as part of the Mayor's Environment Expo. calgary.ca/MEE

JACK LESLIE YOUTH ENVIRONMENT GRANT
Get $1,000 of funding for your youth environmental project!
This grant honours the positive impact former Mayor Jack Leslie had on the city and the environment, and is awarded to youth in Calgary who continue his efforts. Projects must include the...
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Explore what The City of Calgary offers this spring.
Learn more about how to get around, stay active and safe this season! Visit calgary.ca/spring
Explore what The City of Calgary offers this spring

Spring in Calgary

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Brigitte Launhardt
Eleonore Wild
♻When you have recycling questions, we have the answers. Visit calgary.ca/whatgoeswhere to search for your item and find the right way to donate, recycle or safely dispose of it.
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Roberta M. Jorgensen
Jackie WClark
You know 17th Ave as one of Calgary’s most popular destinations and we want to keep it that way by giving the avenue some much needed upgrades. Upgrades include utilities, the roadway and the public realm including sidewalks, street lights and more.

Construction is set to begin the week of April 17 (weather dependent) with work expected to last three to four years. This year, construction...
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Shirley Drummond
Craig Heynen
Help us recognize Calgarians building cross-cultural bridges between Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultures, contributing to a greater societal understanding of Indigenous culture in Canada, or exceptional Indigenous youth living in Calgary.

Nominate an individual, group of individuals, or yourself for the Chief David Crowchild Memorial Award or Aboriginal Youth Achievement Award (youth...
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Help us recognize Calgarians building crosscultural bridges between Indigenous a

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Celebrate Calgary’s fourth annual Neighbour Day on Saturday, June 17. Get together with your neighbours to host a front yard BBQ, arrange a picnic at your local park, organize a community cleanup or create an event with a Canada 150 theme!

Thinking of closing your street or hosting your event at a local park? The City is waiving all block party and greenspace bookings for approved events that...
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Anna Li-Wang
Snow Angels help keep walkways safe, build community spirit, and lend a hand to older adults and those with limited mobility. If you’ve had a Snow Angel, thank them by nominating them for prizes. Our final prize draw is April 14, we will give away a snow-blower and a hand-blower.

Visit calgary.ca/SnowAngels to nominate a Snow Angel and get both your names entered for draws and prizes.
Snow Angels help keep walkways safe build community spirit and lend a

The City of Calgary - Snow Angels

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Complete your census online and register to vote between April 1 – 21 by visiting calgary.ca/census. Watch for your access code in the mail.
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Jeff Brown
Gary D. Freeman
The City’s annual Spring Clean-up program is starting and runs until the beginning of June. Crews sweep up winter sanding materials and other debris from over 16,000 lane kilometres of city roads. We’re asking all Calgarians to help make the city beautiful by removing vehicles and carts from the street when you see street sweeping signs in your community. Vehicles left on the street during...
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The Citys annual Spring Cleanup program is starting and runs until the

Spring Clean-Up Street Cleaning

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Ryan Bouffard
Cindy Alexander
Gordon Luca
A few weeks ago, we showed you the importance of bagging your plastic bags before placing them in your blue cart. We also heard many unique and fun ways Calgarians like to reuse bags and wanted to highlight a few ideas you can use every day!

Have other ideas? Share them with us. Let's keep plastic bags out of our landfill.
Andrea Kiener
Dev Gunputrao
Chris Hylton
For half a century, volunteers have joined together each spring to help clean up Calgary’s parks, pathways and river banks. Join our 50th annual Pathway and River Cleanup on Sunday, May 7 from 9am to noon. Don’t forget to register your group by April 10. Volunteers must be 12 years or older.
For half a century volunteers have joined together each spring to help

The City of Calgary - Calgary Parks

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Toilet flapper: the #1 leaky toilet culprit.

Inexpensive and easy to replace, the flapper is the number one culprit for most leaky toilets. Your toilet’s flapper holds water in the tank, but over time its seal can wear out, causing a silent leak.

1. Rub the bottom of your flapper with your finger. If the flapper leaves streaks of rubber on your finger, the flapper should be replaced.
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Toilet flapper: the 1 leaky toilet culprit
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Darin Kohlman
Andy Buck
We're responsible for ensuring that new developments are aligned with the vision of Calgarians - complete communities that are socially integrated and accessible.

To help achieve this, Darren Lockhart, Manager of Application Services with Calgary Approvals Coordination talks about how we're improving development processes and focusing on quality. This new collaborative approach is making it...
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Were responsible for ensuring that new developments are aligned with the vision

City of Calgary – Your Local Government

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Matt Mitchell
Aydon Grant