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Guest Blog: University District Trees: Retain, Relocate, Reuse and Rebirth

The following is a guest blog from urban advocate Richard White. Thank you, Richard, for your contribution to the University…

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NW Calgary Urban Life

The landscape of Calgary has experienced great change migrating from outright boom, to a greater emphasis on getting to the…

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University District Honoured at Mayor’s Urban Design Awards 2015

The 2015 Mayor's Urban Design Awards were held at the University of Calgary on November 5, 2015. The Trust was on hand…

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What to Do in Calgary: December 2015

Welcome to our monthly round-up of events in, around, and connected to our community in Calgary's NW. Each month as…

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Team Profile: What is Project Manager Deanna Romney’s Must-Have Treat at the Farmer’s Market?

Deanna Romney, Project Manager What does success look like as as Project Manager? My position allows me to take on…

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University District Kicks Off

"When we started this project, we talked about: How do we create a community that is more than just a…

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Team Profile: Which Architect’s Words Does Senior Development Manager, Travis Oberg, Keep on His Wall?

Travis Oberg, Senior Development Manager What does success as a Senior Development Manager look like? I think there are two…

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University District: Q & A on Leasehold Structure with James Robertson

Historically, Calgary has been a place of new futures, with innovative people and fresh opportunities around every corner. This spirit…

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