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City of Calgary 3h
Come learn about our incredible feathered friends that inhabit our parks and green spaces. 🐦: Birds of Summer 📍: Carburn Park 🗓️: June 22 ⏰: 9am ➡️:
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Replying to @cityofcalgary
Multi-use, co-created, adaptable infrastructure will be key to Calgary’s resilience, whatever the future holds. Learn more:
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Replying to @cityofcalgary
We will take part in projects where natural infrastructure can be protected and projects built, monitored and evaluated.
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One of the actions we will take is to diversify not-for-profit and public boards to better represent the populations they serve.
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Replying to @calgaryeconomic
The resilience of a city improves when all are encouraged and able to participate in a diverse and resilient economy. We’re coordinating with to connect job seekers with employment opportunities.
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After working closely with our community, our resilience strategy to create a resilient and sustainable Calgary is completed & ready to share with you. Click the thread to see some of the key highlights of our strategy, and visit for more. 👇
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Replying to @Itellyahoo
2/2 Unfortunately, it can look silly to water in the rain, but our Urban Forestry team is using data to make their watering decisions.
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Replying to @Itellyahoo
1/2 The watering schedule for trees can include much more water than what a short rainfall would provide – evidence has shown that delivering more water (up to 80 litres!) in a short span can result in better tree growth and health than watering more often with less water.
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Replying to @damier247
Hi there, we did not have any herbicide applications taking place in there and are not sure who’s done that.
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Replying to @chasyoung77
Hi Chas, if you’re having issues with wildlife on your property you can contact a pest management company to help you deal with that. Homeowners are responsible for the wildlife on their property. We do not manage bird species.
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Replying to @OtherCanadian1
Please contact the Calgary Mountain Bike Alliance to see if we have a partnership with them in a particular area you’d like to help with. We do have some trail maintenance partnerships with them in certain areas of the city.
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Replying to @craigjesske
Craig, the planning process for work to be done on the CTrain lines must be decided a long time in advance. These timelines are usually in place before the sports teams have their schedules out.
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Wishing Councillor Jones a speedy recovery.
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Replying to @Uncle_JessC
Hi Jesse - thanks. For non-emergency situations reagrding wildlife, please call Alberta Fish & Wildlife at 403-297-6423 (between 8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday) or 1-800-642-3800 (outside of office hours).
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Replying to @shut_up_mary
Mary, we have sent someone out to make sure that the stop is open.
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June is Bike Month in Calgary, and it’s the perfect time to discover the city on two wheels! There are plenty of local, community-led rides you can join in June, organized by Cyclepalooza:
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1 in 4 children who fall from second storey windows need to be treated for serious injuries, including traumatic brain injuries. Learn about National Building Code changes and how you can help reduce the instance of falls:
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City of Calgary 6h
Reconciliation Bridge closure tonight 👇🏼
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Replying to @jessesalus
Hi Jesse, our DMs are open if you would like to provide us information such as the type of vehicle, time and location, license plate, and more details. Thank you.
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Replying to @CBCScott
We're working with AHS to monitor river quality to identify sources of potential contamination & address where feasible. Identifying point sources of contamination can be a challenge as many things can impact our rivers including recreation, stormwater & changing river flows.
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