We check in on the issues, the debate and the decisions at Calgary's City Hall.
City Watch Stories
A plan to redevelop a busy shopping centre in northwest Calgary have been on the table for quite some time and an open house was held on Wednesday to show what the new mall will look like.
Public meetings over the redevelopment of Harvest Hills Golf Course in the city's northwest are heating up and residents are demanding to know what they can expect from the new owners.
The city released its proposed business plan and budgets for public review on Tuesday and will spend about $22B on infrastructure investment and city services over the next four years.
City council has now unveiled a new decal to be placed on all city vehicles that supports the efforts of all first responders and troops.
Calgarians will get a chance to view and provide feedback on the draft design concepts that have been created for the West Eau Claire Park at an open house next week.
Alberta Transportation is inviting Calgarians to view plans for the southwest ring road and is hosting a series of open houses for the public to get a more detailed idea of what it will look like.
The warm fall weather has enabled city crews to complete the cleanup of downed trees and debris from 227 communities in the city three weeks ahead of schedule.
Calgary renters have been feeling the pinch of a tight market for some time and the mayor says some landlords need to ease up on major increases.
It took four full days but crews have finally restored power to the downtown core after an underground explosion and fire took down the system last weekend.
The newest portion of the addition to the International Airport is on schedule to be completed later this year, officials say.
A centerpiece of Calgary’s downtown core will be getting brighter.
The Prentice government has inked a deal with Alberta’s big city mayors to open discussions to develop new city charters that will give civic leaders new tools to better manage services and infrastructure.
Water pooling in the southbound lane of Sarcee Trail as it winds up to Bow Trail has been an issue for years and some drivers say it can create a real hazard when the temperature drops.
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.