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Update from The Calgary Airport Authority We are planning some exciting projects throughout the 5,000 acres of land we occupy in Ward 5. One of those projects is the major rehabilitation of the west runway —a project worth more than $115 million that recently received a $57.5 million investment from the Government of Canada. It will take two to three years to complete and create up to 300 jobs for Albertans. We want to ensure Calgarians are informed about the project, especially as there will be changes in departure and landing patterns that residents may notice overhead. We have created
John Laurie Blvd. NW Restoration & Reconstruction – Shaganappi Tr. to 14 St. .. October 14th, 2021 Update
Update from the City of Calgary Construction & Detour Updates: To accommodate paving as part of the John Laurie Boulevard N.W. Restoration and Reconstruction project, alternating lane closures on eastbound and westbound John Laurie Boulevard N.W. near Brisebois Drive N.W. will be taking place from Friday, October 15 until Sunday, October 17. A full closure at the centre of the intersection of John Laurie Boulevard and Brisebois Drive N.W. will be taking place for the full day on Sunday, October 17. Eastbound and westbound traffic on John Laurie Boulevard will be maintained, however crossing John Laurie Boulevard will be prohibited
Brentwood and National Truth and Reconciliation Day Tomorrow is the first National Truth and Reconciliation Day, this year has been an awakening for many in Brentwood, Calgary, Canada and around the world of the devastating loss of innocent lives at our residential schools. Mortality rates of children in residential schools were many times higher than for the settler children. In 1907 Dr Peter Bryce reported TB mortality was about 20 times higher in residential schools., his 1922 report was largely ignored. And the recently found unmarked graves are just part of the story, Dr Bryce documented how many students were
John Laurie Blvd. NW Restoration & Reconstruction – Shaganappi Tr. to 14 St. .. September 29th, 2021 Update
Update from the City of Calgary Construction & Detour Updates: To accommodate construction as part of the John Laurie Boulevard N.W. Restoration and Reconstruction project, a full closure at the centre of the intersection of John Laurie Boulevard and Brisebois Drive N.W. will be taking place from the morning of Thursday, September 30, straight through until the evening of Saturday, October 2. Eastbound and westbound traffic on John Laurie Boulevard will be maintained, however crossing John Laurie Boulevard will be prohibited to accommodate median and intersection work. There will only be right-in and right-out permitted at Brisebois Drive on the
John Laurie Blvd. NW Restoration & Reconstruction – Shaganappi Tr. to 14 St. .. September 21st, 2021 Update
Update from the City of Calgary Construction & Detour Updates: The second phase of reconstruction on the south side of the intersection of John Laurie Boulevard and Brisebois Drive N.W. is expected to be complete on Tuesday, September 21. To accommodate the next phase of reconstruction work in the median, both eastbound and westbound traffic will be temporarily detoured to the outside lanes on John Laurie Boulevard N.W. This detour will be in place starting on Tuesday, September 21 for approximately four weeks. Four traffic lanes (two westbound and two eastbound) will be maintained. Left turns from eastbound John Laurie
We are sad to inform everyone that we have made the very difficult decision to postpone this event. We will reevaluate in spring 2022. Please scroll down to get to know the artists behind the murals, the sponsors of the project and the donors of the prizes. We encourage you to walk Brentwood and visit the murals. We will be updating the map as the last few murals find walkways to call home. Please check back regularly! PS. We are actively confirming if YYC Food Trucks is still a go. Stay tuned! Join us in celebrating the completion of
Join us for our fifth Teach Me event “Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway®” on Wednesday, August the 18th! We are lucky to host Eva Csiki, a licensed instructor to train Feel the Fear. This event is free of charge! For more information and to register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/feel-the-fear-and-do-it-anyway-teach-me-tickets-164023806621?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escb or email: Rayan.Alfuhaid@ucalgary.ca Supported by Brentwood Cares!
Learn about the biology of bees in order to understand how we can create garden spaces that attract these important pollinators on Saturday, July 17th at 10 am. In this engaging, interactive talk from Master Beekeeper, Gisele Hardock of Hive and Harvest, you will learn about the lifecycle, habitat, and needs of the bees native to North America – bumblebees and solitary bees as well as honeybees and other pollinators. You will learn specific strategies for gardening with pollinators in mind, including plant lists for the Alberta climate, our top 10 strategies and resources for learning more. Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/bees-and-gardening-tickets-160428771775?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escb Supported by Brentwood Cares!
Join us Thursday, June 24 (6 pm – 7:30 pm) For more information and to register for this free event, please visit: https://www.womenscentrecalgary.org/…/making-visible…/ Supported by Brentwood Cares!