Getting Active In Bridgeland

The sun finally broke in Calgary, making for a beautiful Saturday at the Relocalization Fair in Bridgeland! Active Neighbourhoods asked locals to weigh in on the best spots in their community—best hubs for activities such as dog-walking, lawn-bowling, coffee-drinking, people-watching, recreation and cycling. Thanks to Open Streets Calgary, Arusha Centre, Family and Community Support Services (FCSS), REAP Calgary, Women’s […]

SOOC 2013 Community Indicators

Did you know the smell of pine trees decreases stress?  That income is a predictor of engaging in leisure activity? That crime is linked to literacy, inequality and the built environment? These relationships give us just a hint of the interconnectedness of different factors in our communities, and underline the value of tracking the State […]