City council has approved the temporary rezoning of an emergency homeless shelter it owns at 2404 50th Street S.E. Police chief Roger Chaffin stated in a letter to the society he has no objections to the move. The area's councillor, Andre Chabot, said he's optimistic the John Howard Society will work out a Good Neighbour Agreement with the surrounding community. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses. Residents have placed this sign on the side of a vehicle near the former Highland Park Golf Course in Calgarya€™s Northwest.
Residents in Highland Park are trying to make their voices heard as city council prepares to look at a new development in the northwest next Monday.
GE Capital, Canada is promoting a new partnership with Shell Canada Products designed to make it easier for private fleets to deploy liquefied natural gas-fueled trucks. The Canadian arms of GE Capital and Shell have formed a partnership to encourage the use of liquefied natural gas as a truck fuel. Fleet owners would sign natural gas fueling contracts with Shell and, separately, secure leases for LNG vehicles via GE Capital. The program will initially focus on western Canada, as Shell has established LNG fueling facilities in Calgary and Edmonton.
The program essentially eliminates the LNG truck re-sale value question that troubles operators, says Montreal-based Veronique Hache, natural gas strategic initiative leader at GE Capital, Canada. Flooding last June washed out the Sheep River bridge, leaving Turner Valley residents cut off from Black Diamond.
Last June, floodwaters tore through the area and washed out 100 metres of Highway 22, leaving Turner Valley cut off from Black Diamond.
They're using a type of rock called 'rip-rap' a€” and it's in high demand in other communities affected by flooding.
Crews are also building a berm along the Sheep River, but that won't be finished until August. The Nova Centre has announced its anchor tenant in the BMO Financial Group, who will also have naming rights to the north tower. On Friday Carolyn Booth, senior vice-president of BMOa€™s Atlantic division, joined Joe Ramia of Argyle Development Inc. The BMO Financial group will move its Atlantic Canada headquarters and support services, main BMO Bank of Montreal and Nesbitt Burns branches, as well as the BMO private banking, commercial, and corporate finance offices into two floors of the Nova Centre.
Part of the 10-year lease, which includes a 20-year extension option, is the naming rights to brand the office tower on the corner of Prince and Argyle streets as the BMO Tower. The BMO Bank of Montreal branch will be on the main floor, with a planned opening in December 2016. Booth said there have been 10 full-time positions added in commercial banking this past year, and they hope to add more jobs as they grow into their new space.
The BMO Montreala€™s current main branch at the George Street location will no longer be needed, Booth said, and added she's sure the landlords have a€?plansa€? for the space when they leave.


Ramia added that more financial tenants are in the works, and specific announcements will come later. Lindsay Hilton keeps active despite having no arms or legs, whether it's on the rugby field or in the CrossFit gym. Lindsay Hilton has always been active, including playing rugby for years with Mount Allison University and the Halifax Tars. The views began rolling in when it was posted last Wednesday, and by Saturday the video of Hilton lunging across the gym with a bar then switching to pull-ups had been seen over 6 million times, with over 57,000 shares and 5,000 comments. While CrossFit may seem like a difficult sport for Hilton, she said therea€™s always a way to pursue what you want to do and there are lots of resources from adaptive athletes online. Ita€™s important to recognize people like Lindsay because when things get rough and you feel like you cana€™t push through, she shows therea€™s always a way to achieve anything if you put your mind to it, Katie said.
Lindsay also received the International Rugby Boarda€™s Spirit of Rugby Award in 2012, and Katie said shea€™s a wonderful ambassador to sport and the province. Take to your family to make new prehistoric friends at the Assiniboine Park Zoo with the opening of Dinosaurs Alive this Saturday. The gallery welcomes you to take in some Inuit art this weekend with the opening of the first retrospective dedicated to the work of late sculptor Oviloo Tunnillie.
Those in the mood for some live music should head down to The Goodwill Social Club this Saturday night to catch homegrown acts the Micah Erenberg Band, with Basic Nature and Animal Teeth. One of the worlda€™s largest powwows happens right in the middle of downtown Winnipeg at RBC Convention Centre this weekend, attracting visitors and participants from around the world. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau predicts a stem cell therapy facility will generate jobs and make Ontario a stronger competitor in the bio-tech industry. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is promising $20 million for a Toronto centre to establish a stem cell therapy facility.
TORONTO a€” The first official visit of a sitting prime minister to Toronto's city hall in almost 20 years was marked by a cheering mob of onlookers and staffers, not-so-subtle digs at Justin Trudeau's predecessor and, of course, selfies. Trudeau made a $20-million funding announcement Wednesday to help establish a stem-cell therapy development facility in the city, but the biggest hoopla was reserved for his subsequent city hall visit. Residents waited outside in the cold to see the prime minister and swarmed Trudeau as he arrived. Inside, hundreds more onlookers and city hall staffers ringed the city hall rotunda to watch and a group of taxi drivers who frequently protest the ride-sharing service Uber erupted in cheers when Trudeau arrived.
Trudeau then met with Mayor John Tory in the first official visit of a sitting prime minister since the city was amalgamated in 1998.
Earlier in the day, Trudeau announced that Ottawa would help fund a Centre for Advanced Therapeutic Cell Technologies a€” the first such facility in the world to use a collaborative approach between research institutions and industry to solve cell therapy manufacturing challenges, the government said. Trudeau made the announcement on an empty floor of the MaRS tower in downtown Toronto, designed for medical and research labs, where the stem cell facility will be located.
The province loaned MaRS $225 million for its second office tower, then later provided an $86-million line of credit to help attract tenants, spent $65 million buying out an American real estate company's interest in the project, as well as giving a $16-million grant for the purchase of the land. The opposition has been critical of the provincial Liberals for granting the loan without a proper business case.


Ontario provided seed funding for the Centre for the Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine, which will establish and operate the stem-cell facility. The city expropriated the land in 2005 as the space is needed by the Calgary Stampede for its expansion.
Sand says he hopes the organization can be in its new Manchester location in the next two years or so.
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Elise Bieche, president of the local community association, is hoping council will rethink a planned development in the golf course space. The two “will work together to reduce monthly payments for truck fleets that lease natural gas vehicles,” GE Capital says. Now, officials are working to make sure the important bridge will be prepared for any future floods. Looking for another challenge, she landed on CrossFit this September after winning a month membership at a local gym through a burpee contest. Although ita€™s a a€?work in progress,a€? weightlifting hooks and Velcro straps with a chain thata€™s attached to a bar do the trick. The travelling exhibit features 15 animatronic species of dinos, including some recent discoveries. Together, these prairie groups will perform show that features blend of slow and rocky pop, mixed in with a bluegrass twang. The festival has already started and wraps up May 22, and will also feature the celebrate Indigenous Music Concert. TV cameras and the mob of people clamouring for photos a€” with Trudeau or of him a€” moved slowly in a teeming mass through the square.
They addressed the media after their meeting and Tory a€” a former leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservatives a€” began by making reference to a shift in tone since Trudeau's election. The federal money will be provided once certain terms and conditions are met, the government said.
The fact that there's temptations in the first two or three blocks, we're not too concerned about that," said Sand. Please note that comments are moderated and published according to our submission guidelines. Her work ranges in subject matter from animals and birds, to stone creations that explore social issues and her own life story.



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