Link: Leighton Art Centre
The one question that makes all Canadians ponder…what is considered a truly Canadian meal? I know this challenging question has circled my workplace more than once – and aside from “poutine”, what do we consider truly Canadian? Honestly, we really had… Read More ›
Arriving in Calgary after the building of the railway in 1883, the Chinese would work in a variety of trades including, lumber camps, coal miners, laundries, housekeepers, and restaurant owners. While the population remained small during the early years, the… Read More ›
So, you want to sell stuff out of the trunk of your car, but you don’t want to get caught…well, if you’re in Inglewood, not only is it encouraged, you can get away with it, and you will probably be… Read More ›
These pictures display only a fraction of the devastation that has consumed our city, but our spirit lives on.
Walking around this eclectic northwest neighbourhood, it is easy to see why so many people call it home. One of the oldest communities in Calgary, Hillhurst–Sunnyside, located just north of the Bow River between Centre Street North and 18A Street… Read More ›