There is much to do. We are listening.

We are inspired by Beltlandians, Calgarians, and communities around the world that have spent the past weeks standing together to call out and stand up against systemic racism present within our nation and its history. 

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We Need Your Help to Stop an 11th Hour Plan to Hack and Slash the Green Line

Councillor Reveals 11th Hour Plans to Hack the Green Line

As you may have seen in the news, Ward 6 City Councillor Jeff Davison is leading a group of councillors caving to the demands of a small, special interest group revealing his plans last week to use delay tactics to kill the Green Line north and yank the Beltline alignment to 10th Avenue, further away from residents and businesses.

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It's time to build the Green Line

The Beltline Neighbourhoods Association is pleased to have had an opportunity to collaborate with the City of Calgary’s Green Line team as a stakeholder over the past several years. Through our Beltline Urban Development Committee (BUDC), we have had a chance to share our insights and the perspectives of the community on numerous occasions through a variety of mediums including public open houses, workshops, and participation in public hearings of Calgary City Council and its standing policy committees.

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BUMP 2020 is a go!

We can barely wait to announce our artist lineup next month for the 2020 BUMP Festival presented by TD, bringing magic to the streets of Calgary once again for the fourth year this August 26-29.

 

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Flood Season 2020: Upgraded Glenmore Gates Operable!

As if we don’t have enough to occupy our minds, the 2020 flood season is upon us. But this year, we have the upgraded Glenmore Gates on our side.

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We're Hiring: BUMP Summer Jobs

The Beltline Neighbourhoods Association is recruiting youth for five exciting summer positions as part of our 2020 BUMP Festival team for work between June 1 and September 11, 2020. We're seeking ambitious, outgoing and talented youth to help organize our 2020 BUMP Festival in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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All Alone Together in the Beltline

We see you!

We know that each of you are doing your part to keep our neighbourhoods’ safe. We’d like to propose a new tradition that we can each do alone (but together!!) in order to show our gratitude in the Beltline.

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City Council Can Now Make Good on the Vision of the Green Line

The Green Line is a visionary project

The Beltline Neighbourhoods Association is pleased to have had an opportunity to collaborate with the City of Calgary’s Green Line team as a stakeholder over the past several years. Through our Beltline Urban Development Committee (BUDC), we have had a chance to share our insights and the perspectives of the community on numerous occasions though a variety of mediums including public open houses, workshops, and participation in public hearings of Calgary City Council and its standing policy committees.

 

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City Council Must Make Good on the Green Line

The Green Line is a visionary project

The Beltline Neighbourhoods Association is pleased to have had an opportunity to collaborate with the City of Calgary’s Green Line team as a stakeholder over the past several years. Through our Beltline Urban Development Committee (BUDC), we have had a chance to share our insights and the perspectives of the community on numerous occasions though a variety of mediums including public open houses, workshops, and participation in public hearings of Calgary City Council and its standing policy committees.

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January 2020 - Supervised Consumption Site (SCS) Update

Since the Supervised Consumption Site opened at the Sheldon Chumir Health Centre in early 2018 we've been closely engaged with Alberta Health Services, the City of Calgary, Calgary Police Service, residents and businesses in the area.

Our January 2020 update on the Supervised Consumption Site (SCS) at the Sheldon Chumir Health Centre shows the latest Calgary Police Service statistics indicated publicly generated calls for service around the SCS are mostly below trends for the Centre City. Meanwhile, the latest Alberta Health Service (AHS) statistics show a continued decrease in the rate of opioid related deaths in Calgary.

 

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