For me, personally, the tragedy of the recent Ethiopian Airline Boeing 737 Max 8 crash that killed 157 people, representing 30 nationalities, is eclipsed only by the fact that I don’t think I recall any of the details of the first Max 8 disaster.  I’m saddened by the fact that it took the Ethiopian tragedy

A public market.  An active learning park.  A petting zoo.  A working farm.  A top-notch restaurant.  An aquaponics facility.  Country-side bliss.  Live events.  Any one of these activities would be a family-fun destination in itself.  But combined in a single location?  That’s awesome!  That’s Granary Road! The sprawling grounds of Granary Road Public Market Located 5km off

I don’t want to protect the environment as much as I want to create a world where the environment doesn’t need protecting. My work is far from done. Christyann Olson This blog covers an interview that I Am Calgary conducted with Christyann Olson, Executive Director of the Calgary-based Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA). I AM CALGARY interview with Christyann Olson What

Once a year go somewhere you’ve never been before. Dalai Lama It was the Family Day long weekend after Valentine’s Day.  We found ourselves with no formal plans.  It seemed the perfect setup … for a Staycation.  With Christa consumed by school demands right up to the hour of our departure, I took planning into my own hands.  That was

As Albertans, oil and gas is in our blood.  Some may say it is our blood.  But is this life-blood beginning to congeal in our very veins? Officially established in 1875, Fort Calgary is recognized as the birthplace of present-day Calgary, originally home to the Northwest Mounted Police.  Much has happened since then to define