Where are your Calgary/Montgomery “Happy Places”?

There’s a project underway over at the Calgary blog, Everyday Tourist, to map the areas of the Calgary that its inhabitants feel happiest in.  They’d like to hear from every community in the city, so if you would like to weigh in, or just to read more about the project, please  click here.

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Montgomery’s Anti-Tagging Strategy

AntiTagging in MontgomeryAnnouncing another stage in the Montgomery Anti-Tagging Strategy. You are the best eyes we have.  See graffiti?  Snap a pic and send to ed@montgomery.com .

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50th Anniversary Dinner-Dance Tickets Almost Gone

Screen Shot 2014-07-22 at 11.37.37 AMIf you’re thinking about attending the Montgomery-On-The-Bow 50th Anniversary Dinner-Dance on Friday, Sept. 19, ticket sales have been brisk and there are only a few left at the MCA (some local businesses might also still have a few).  So give us a call soon to avoid disappointment (click on the poster for more details).

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New School Zone Hours

Sign Speed HoursStarting now, all school/playground zone speed limits will be in effect and enforced from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.  So check your speeds everybody–just because you don’t see kids, doesn’t mean the radar isn’t seeing you!  For the city’s website coverage of this, click here.

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Notable is a “best thing”

On Avenue Magazine’s list of “50 Best Things” in Calgary neighbourhoods, our own wonderful eatery, Notable, made an appearance. Congrats., you guys!  Click here for more details.

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The Community Garden is Looking Good


Jasper volunteered himself to provide a sense of scale.

Have you walked or driven by the garden on 48th St. lately?  It’s growing like mad!  Check out mid-August photos by clicking right here.

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Montgomery Ranks Highly (no surprise there)

Montgomery was voted the community with the “best investment potential” in Avenue Magazine’s annual survey.  Check it out here.

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September 20: Daytime Family Festival, 50th MCA Anniversary

Screen Shot 2014-08-03 at 11.27.15 AMSave the date.  On Sept. 20, noon to 4:00, in and around the community centre, the MCA and the business community (BRZ) are jointly holding a festival in celebration of the MCA’s 50th anniversary.  That’s right–we’ve now been part of the City of Calgary for more than 50 years.  At the right is a quick list of some of what will be happening.  Keep an eye on the website for further updates as things develop.  And, of course, if you might be interested in volunteering for this event, either beforehand or on the day, please contact the community centre and let us know!

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Sept 20: Show and Shine–Calling All Cars

Screen Shot 2014-05-14 at 12.02.09 PMAre you into cars from the 50s, 60s, or 70s?  As part of Montgomery’s 50th anniversary celebrations, the MCA is putting on a “show and shine” on Saturday, September 20, 1-4 p.m.  Click on the poster to the right for further details.  Hope to see you, and your car, there!

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West Campus Development: Updated

The 11 July edition of the Herald ran an article sketching a very positive potential future for the lands around Children’s Hospital (to check it out, click here).   For a briefer version  with more backstory (and maps!), have a look at the 13 July entry in the Everyday Tourist blog, here.  Could Montgomery be the future neighbours to the next Kensington?  Only time will tell.

Update (Aug. 1):  The Planning Commission approved the West Campus application on July 31.  It will go before City Council on September 8.  We’ll let you know how that comes out, once we hear.


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Amazing Aerial Views of Montgomery

Photographer Richard Gottardo’s drone video of Montgomery shows our community in all its beauty.  Click here to check it out.

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Next Phase of Shouldice Athletic Park Redevelopment Begins

For several years the eastern end of Shouldice has been undergoing redevelopment, with the installation of athletic fields, upgrading of change rooms, and the like.  The next phase began on June 23, and includes work to integrate the playing fields with walkways, a central plaza, and changes to parking.  For more information, click here.  Please note, this project does not include the undeveloped section of Shouldice, at the curve in the Bow River.

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