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Doug Ford’s abuse of power for petty personal gain

Doug Ford’s abuse of power for petty personal gain

The premier is ignoring very real problems across Ontario in order to settle a personal vendetta with Toronto city council

New regional landfill nearly ready to open

The landfill, with 19 member municipalities, is located about 10 kilometres west of Kindersley just south of Highway 7

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Why Olympic decision 2026 matters to every Calgarian
This is part 3 of 3 in the series Olympic decision 2026

The conversation around hosting the Games is an opportunity to unite different age groups and mindsets

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A tale of two cities and their wildly different spending habits

Vancouver taxes and spends far more than neighbouring Surrey. But do Vancouverites get value for their greater investment?

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What was it like to volunteer for the ’88 Calgary Olympic Games?
This is part 2 of 3 in the series Olympic decision 2026

There’s so much to gain by volunteering for something that can bring so much good to our community

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Canada needs to become more densely populated

We need a larger internal market that would create economies of scale and further economic productivity growth

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Olympic decision 2026: Calgary’s Games don’t have to break the bank
This is part 1 of 3 in the series Olympic decision 2026

A generation after the 1988 Olympics transformed Calgary, its citizens are debating whether to bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic Games. First of a multi-part series to run before Calgary city council votes on Sept. 10

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Our neighbourhoods strongly influence our health

The way our cities and towns have been built plays a large role in many of the health conditions that Canadians develop

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The high-stakes battle between Doug Ford and Toronto city council

It’s entirely possible that the federal government could wade into the pitched fight between the new Ontario premier and Canada’s largest city

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Using laughter to revive a struggling community

The National Comedy Center will open its doors on Aug. 1 in Jamestown, N.Y., the birthplace of Lucille Ball

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