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Calgary Minute: Urban Hens, Public Art, and Even More Spending

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Calgary Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Calgary politics

 


Calgary Minute: LRT Secrecy, Unhomogenized Planning, and the Guidebook Forced Through

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Calgary Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Calgary politics

 


Guidebook 2: Electric Boogaloo

 

 

During the debate on the Guidebook last month, Mayor Nenshi accused us of "misinformation" when we said that the Guidebook was a statutory document.

While this isn't the first time we've been falsely accused of misinformation, it's certainly remarkable how quickly we were proven correct this time.


Calgary Minute: More Spending, More Secrets, and the Guidebook Returns

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Calgary Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Calgary politics

 


Calgary Minute: Budget Surplus, Stadium Deficit, and Ice Cream With A Side Of Red Tape

Calgary City Hall

 

Calgary Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Calgary politics

 


Calgary Minute: Arena Dispute, Overtime Pay, and a Drink In The Park

Calgary City Hall

 

Calgary Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Calgary politics

 


Calgary Minute: Nenshi Out, Snow Surplus, and Fighting Downtown Vacancies With Tax Hikes

Calgary City Hall

 

Calgary Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Calgary politics

 


Calgary Minute: Businesses Struggling, LRT Delayed, and Paying More For Everything

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Calgary Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Calgary politics

 


Calgary Minute: Guidebook Delayed, COVID Rules, and Four Types Of Pay Hikes At City Hall

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Calgary Minute - Your weekly one-minute summary of Calgary politics

 


Guidebook Debate Update

 

 

Public Submissions and debate on Calgary's "Guidebook for Great Communities" has just got underway for the second day at City Hall.

For anyone who hasn't been following the Guidebook issue before this week - and we don't blame you! - the Guidebook is the City's latest attempt to master-plan the City from the top down.

To be clear, there are actually some positive changes in the 130+ page Guidebook, where the City will allow for more competition, choice, and markets in certain areas.

But overall, the Guidebook is more about just implementing a different type of ideological central-planning, rather than any kind of move away from central-planning.