Great food mixed with an eclectic atmosphere Oct. 15, when the second annual Food For Thought conference brought restaurant owners, costumed stilt-walkers, food activists and farmers together with curious consumers under one roof.
In a committee meeting on Wednesday, eight council members voted unanimously to go ahead with a pilot project that would expand the city's curbside recycling program to include food and yard waste pick-up.
Despite recent claims that the Calgary Board of Education is struggling to accommodate the nearly 1,300 new students enrolled this year, board officials are saying this isn't true.
Around 2 p.m. on Oct. 15, chants such as "Why are we wearing Spandex? Because we care!" and "Who has a voice? They have a voice!" emerged from bike paths behind the Talisman Centre.