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New Bus Routes in NW / Novas Linhas de Ônibus no Noroeste

This week, new bus routes have come into effect, mostly in NW Calgary. As people are getting used with the majour changes, it is important to check the City’s website for more information and make sure you know the right … Continue reading

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September 2016

September 2016! Fall is here and so is the schedule of attractions for the month that has just started! Have fun! Setembro de 2016! O outono chegou e aqui vai o calendário de eventos do mês que se inicia! Aproveite! … Continue reading

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Sikome Lake – Fish Creek Park

Yes, yes, it is Canada, it snows in the summer sometimes. But it also comes with very hot and sunny days! Last Sunday was one of them, and while temperatures hovered around 27ºC, the humidex made its way to the … Continue reading

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August 2016

August 2016 has come but summer is not over yet. So many festivals have been happening over the last few months, Canada Day has passed and so has the Calgary Stampede. But August is here and there is still tons … Continue reading

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Calgary Poutine Week (Apr 15 – 23, 2016)

Calgary Poutine Week is on!!! From today (April 15) to April 23, 2016, several restaurants will be selling the best poutines in town. If you think that it couldn’t be better, it surely can: when purchasing a poutine from one … Continue reading

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What is going on in Calgary? / O que está rolando em Calgary?

Every now and then, someone comes to me and says that there is nothing to do in the city, and I quote them: “Calgary is not like Vancouver or Toronto”. And today I want to show the opposite: Calgary is … Continue reading

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Snowshoeing in Kananaskis Country

This winter has been so mild in Calgary with the effects of the El Niño and the famous Chinook wind that we don’t experience much of low temperatures and it hasn’t snowed in a while. So, it is time to … Continue reading

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