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Old Posted Oct 11, 2006, 4:28 AM
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Another update has been made under Western Provinces in the Canada section.
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can't wait for city centre one
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The front page list seems to be out of date. We should look at taking the current Calgary Construction thread front page and putting it here.
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A little ? I think a few years
I think all the traffic migrated to he regional forum years ago. For any of you out there and beyond who have not seen the lastest Calgary compilation, here is the link. There is MUCH more going on than the rest of the world knows. http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=128010
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A little ? I think a few years
I think all the traffic migrated to he regional forum years ago. For any of you out there and beyond who have not seen the lastest Calgary compilation, here is the link. There is MUCH more going on than the rest of the world knows. http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=128010
There really is an incredible amount of construction especially considering the popuatlion is about 1.1 million. It sure is fun to watch it happen
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Yes I agree.
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Latest Calgary thread can be found here:
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I was looking into other Canadian cities such as Toronto and Edmonton. I think Calgary is getting some of the nicest buildings.
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Calgary to Explore Bid for 2026 Winter Olympics

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The memories of the 1988 Winter Olympics live on in the minds of Calgarians nearly three decades after the games. The sports spectacle increased the Albertan city's presence on the world stage while fostering a lasting sense of community. Even the built facilities of the Games, which many recent Olympic hosts have struggled to find uses for, have continued to serve important functions today. Now, Calgary has the opportunity to rekindle those experiences, as councillors vote to explore a bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics.

The City of Calgary approved a recommendation by the Calgary Sport Tourism Authority on June 20 to establish a bid exploration committee that will examine the costs, benefits, and feasibility of hosting the event. Doing so will cost $5 million CAD, but given Calgary's last go at the Olympics — it was widely considered to be one of the most successful ever — it's a temptation that's hard to resist. A study commissioned for the Sport Tourism Authority shows the Games could produce 40,000 jobs and generate $3.7 billion for Alberta's economy.

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