We check in on the issues, the debate and the decisions at Calgary's City Hall.
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The city says it is making great progress in the cleanup of tree debris from September’s snowfall but it will still take a couple of months to clear the piles from all the communities.
A black bear is on its way back to the mountains after it was captured by Fish and Wildlife officers at the Spyhill Landfill on Monday afternoon.
Residents in northwest Calgary got a look at the new francophone school planned for Scenic Acres during an open house meeting on Tuesday night.
It was hoped that the new LRT Station in Tuscany would ease tensions for thousands of commuters but a lack of free parking is causing confrontations between riders and residents.
Details on the final design for the New Central Library were released on Tuesday and the city says it has developed a unique and inspiring space for Calgarians to gather.
Calgary’s 103-year-old City Hall is beginning to show its age as pieces of its sandstone exterior have fallen to the sidewalk.
City crews were working in Calgary communities on the weekend to clean up all the debris from the September snow storm and say they have made great progress in those areas that were hit the hardest.
One of Boeing’s most modern birds is scheduled to drop onto the runway at the Calgary International Airport on Tuesday night and it will be the first time travellers here will board the Dreamliner to London.
The bill is growing as the cleanup continues from last week's snowstorm and the city says damages could be in the millions.
Work crews will be in for some overtime this weekend as a lot of cleanup work is on tap throughout the City of Calgary.
Power has been mostly restored to residents in the City of Calgary, but ENMAX says the work isn’t done just yet.
The City of Calgary is picking itself up from a surprise snowstorm. Power is back on for most parts of the city and fallen branches and trees are being picked up.
The city’s 311 service has been inundated with calls about the snow over the last couple of days and several bear sightings were also reported by citizens.
Dignitaries, Calgarians and the families of the fallen sat shoulder to shoulder to honour 36 firefighters who gave their lives to serve others at the 8th annual Fallen Firefighters Memorial service on Tuesday.
The mayor is challenging Calgarians to step up and take a few steps to encourage children to find active transportation to get to school.
A September snowstorm has snapped trees and downed power lines in several areas and a snowfall warning remains in effect for the City of Calgary and parts of southern Alberta.
Another plan to put more taxis on Calgary streets was presented to council members on Friday and the meeting drew such a huge crowd it had to be moved to council chambers.
Members of the public were able to get a look at what the new Central Library will look like when it’s finished.
One lane in each direction has been opened, but city crews are still working on repairing a watermain break and sinkhole on 14 Street in northwest Calgary.
Hundreds of students headed back to the classroom on Tuesday and the lights were on early in many Calgary households as parents and children got ready for the first day of school.
Mayor Naheed Nenshi says he’s concerned that a coming change to 911 services in the City of Calgary could slow down response times.
A couple of Calgary city councillors plan to present a motion to their colleagues in the fall to allow Calgarians to keep backyard chicken coups.
Another US retailer has moved into Calgary and the first Marshalls store opened its doors in the Kingsland Village Shopping Centre on Thursday.
The Economist Intelligence Unit has put out its latest report and three Canadian cities are ranked among the top 10 of the world’s most livable cities.