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Community Association
c/o 10504 Hidden Valley Dr. NW
Calgary, AB – T3A 4Z2
Phone: 403.275.9394
[email protected] | www.hiddenhut.org
Letter From The President 7
Your Community Business of the
Month 11
Friends of Nose Hill 16
Hidden Valley-Hanson Ranch
Real Estate Update 18
My Babysitter List 20
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HIDDENVALLEY HANSONRANCH
Area Schools
St. Elizabeth Seton School (K-9)
10845 Hidden Valley Dr. NW
Calgary, AB T3A 6K3
403-500-2105
Hidden Valley School
(K-3 Regular & French Immersion)
10959 Hidden Valley Dr. NW
Calgary, AB T3A 6J2
403-777-7236
Valley Creek School
(4-9 Regular & French Immersion)
10951 Hidden Valley Drive NW
Calgary, AB T3A 6J2
403-777-7995
Local Churches
North Point Community Church
Sunday 10:00am
Valley Creek School
10951 Hidden Valley Drive NW
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Sunday 10:00am
18 Hidden Creek Road NW
Ascension Catholic Parish
Saturday Mass: 5:00pm and 7:00pm
Sunday Mass: 8:30am, 10:30am,
12:30pm and 5:00pm
1100 Berkshire Blvd. NW.
Symons Valley United Church
Sunday: 10:30am
38 Kincora Rise NW
Community Organizations
Simons Creek Scouts
[email protected]
Nitanisak Girl Guides
[email protected]
SCOUTS CANADA
Community Resources
Community Rec Coordinator
Community Liaison Officer
Ward 3 Councillor
Ward 4 Councillor
MLA Calgary - Northern Hills
MLA Calgary - Foothills
Public School Trustee
Catholic School Trustee
YYC Noise Concern Hotline
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Amanda Turvey
Tom Page
Brian Tutt
Jim Stevenson
Sean Chu
Teresa Woo-Paw
Jim Prentice
Lynn Ferguson
Margaret Belcourt
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Hidden Valley Community Association
CONTACT LIST (2014-2015)
(serving Hidden Valley and Hanson Ranch in Hidden Valley)
Hidden Hut #10504 Hidden Valley Drive NW, T3A 4Z2
403-275-9394 (please leave a message)
website: www.hiddenhut.org
EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS
President
First Vice-President - Casino
Second Vice-President - Sports
Secretary
Treasurer
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Membership (Email blasts, Bold signs)
Rink and Facility (Rink and Facility Agreements)
Director at Large – Airport
Director at Large - Facebook
Director at Large - Newsletter
Director at Large
COMMITTEE COORDINATORS
Website
Programs and Events
Indoor Soccer
Hockey
Outdoor Soccer
Baseball
NAME
Shannon Martel
Nancy Larson
Laura Corbet
Marl Raffard
VACANT
NAME
Trevor Magnus
Marl Raffard
Eric Sennhauser
Sandra Rush
Brian Wong
Peter Lacombe
NAME
Karla Williamson
Kent Priebe
Claude Methot
Darren Dittmer
VACANT
VACANT
EMAIL
pre[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
LIAISONS
Community Recreation Coordinator
Community Social Worker
Community Liaison Resource
Nose Creek Sports and Recreation
Ward 3 Councillor
Ward 4 Councillor
MLA Calgary – Northern Hills
MLA Calgary - Foothills
Public School Trustee
Catholic School Trustee
Amanda Turvey
[email protected]
Marcia Dupuis
[email protected]
Tom Page [email protected] Brian Tutt [email protected]
Ben Banks
[email protected]
Jim Stevenson
[email protected]
Sean Chu
[email protected]
Teresa Woo-Paw
[email protected]
Jim Prentice
[email protected]
Lynn Ferguson
[email protected]
Margaret Belcourt
[email protected]
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the family clinic with the human touch
WHERE NEW PATIENTS AND WALK-INS ARE WELCOME
HOURS OF OPERATION
8:00 am to 8:00 pm Open 7 Days a Week
Humana’s clinics are CLOSED on Statutory & Civic Holidays
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LETTER FROM
THE PRESIDENT
HVCA Relationship with
The City of Calgary
Hidden Valley Community Association (HVCA) has
a License of Occupation (LOC) for Lands and Facility with The City of Calgary, dated from April 2012
through March 2027. This agreement states that
the land The City of Calgary owns is the land that
HVCA is granted permission to use, providing that
HVCA abides by the outlined governing policies. A
business plan and lifecycle study outlining a maintenance plan for the Outdoor Rink and Storage shed
are in the governing policies and have been provided to The City by HVCA. The LOC is clear on what
responsibilities of The City versus those of the community are.
HVCA volunteers are responsible for removing grass
at least one (1) metre around our Outdoor Rink and
Hidden Hut every spring, summer, and fall. HVCA
volunteers also remove snow and maintain ice inside
our Outdoor Rink throughout winter. All other grass
and snow removal within Hidden Valley and Hanson
Ranch fall under the responsibility of homeowners
and The City of Calgary through their 3-1-1 service.
Hidden Valley/Hanson Ranch do not participate in
The City of Calgary ‘Enhanced Community Tax Levy’
for extra grass and snow removal, as well as flower
planting. In order for this Levy to take effect, a petition with a minimum of 67% household approval is
required. If and when an Enhanced Community Tax
Levy has been implemented, your property tax will
reflect a small, increased tax rate that will go on forever. If you are interested in canvassing door to door
to determine resident approval, please contact me
at: [email protected]
Shannon Martel
HVCA President
www.hiddenhut.org
www.hiddenhut.org
Calendar of
Upcoming
Activities
November 2014
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Leaf and Pumpkin Composting Ends
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HVCA Board of Directors Meeting (7PM)
December 2014
TBA
Outdoor Hockey Starts (weather pending)
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Board of Director Volunteer Appreciation
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Hockey Registration Closed
*Drop-in Basketball 6-8PM Tuesdays at Valley Creek
School, following school calendar
*All Activities are held at Hidden Hut and Outdoor Rink #10504 Hidden Valley Drive NW – unless
otherwise stated.
Newsletter Submissions
November Issue
Deadline
October
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Hidden Valley Community
Association Membership
Join YOUR Community
Association TODAY!
Benefits
Successful, healthy communities are those with active
and sustained membership and involvement of
community residents. Your support today is important
and ensures new energy to continually address
community issues.
Regular Membership - $30 (Voting)
• Voting Regular Memberships must reside within
boundaries of Hidden Valley and Hanson Ranch.
Includes two adults and children in the residence.
• Regular Membership must provide adult ID with
current address at the Annual General Meeting to vote.
Valid January through December
Associate Membership - $30 (Non-voting)
• Non-voting Associate Memberships are available for
residents living outside our boundaries. Valid January
through December
For DETAILS and to JOIN, visit: www.hiddenhut.org
TODAY!
Support from the Hidden Valley
Community Association through:
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Liaison with City of Calgary representatives (Political Action)
Voting rights at the Annual General Meeting (Regular Membership)
Community Newsletter (Delivered through Canada Post)
Community Activities (see Calendar of Activities)
Sport Programs (Organized Teams, Field Rentals and Equipment)
Hidden Hut and Outdoor Rink (Maintenance and Repair)
Operating Costs (including Utilities, Inspections and Insurance
Community Sponsorship of #38 Simons Creek Scout Group
Plus many upcoming projects as needed in our neighbourhood!
How Can You Support Your Community?
The Hidden Valley Community Association has many
Volunteer Opportunities for you to choose from:
(PLEASE CHECK BOXES)
 Community Activities (Winter Festival, Egg Hunt,
Block Party)
 Sports (Indoor Soccer, Hockey, Outdoor Soccer and
Baseball)
 Hidden Hut and Outdoor Rink (Maintenance, Repair,
Ice Installation and Snow Removal)
 Fundraising (Bottle Drive, Run the Loop, Skate-athon, Casino 2014)
 Committees (Hidden Green Playground, Building
Safer Communities, ‘NeighbourWoods’ Tree Planting
Program, Community Clean-up)
 Join our Board of Directors! There are many
volunteer Board positions to choose from.
Do you like helping and meeting people? Are you good with
technology? Can you maintain equipment and machines?
Do you enjoy sports? Want to keep Hidden Valley /Hanson Ranch
a nice place to live in?
VOLUNTEER AS A COMMUNITY BOARD MEMBER
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To obtain your membership please visit
www.hiddenhut.org OR MAIL this form with
$30.00 payment to:
10504 Hidden Valley Drive NW, Calgary AB, T3A 4Z2
Please make all cheques payable to: Hidden Valley
Community Association (no abbreviation)
Family Name: ________________________________
Applicant’s Name: ____________________________
Spouse’s Name: ______________________________
Address: ____________________________________
Postal Code: _________________________________
Email Address: _______________________________
Resident Phone #: ____________________________
Current Membership #: ________________________
Once processed, you will received a membership
EMAIL and Package (Mail) with a MEMBERSHIP CARD
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When winter hits,
we’re ready.
You can count on city employees
to keep our neighbourhoods safe
and clear — in any weather.
Big storms often don’t give you much
warning. A city like Calgary needs a
team in place that can hit the streets
with a few hours notice.
Fortunately, that’s just what we have.
When the snow flew early this year,
Calgary’s city employees were prepared:
plowing streets and sidewalks, clearing
downed branches, trees and other debris,
salting and sanding.
We’re your reliable, dedicated team.
So when some politicians talk about
replacing experienced public employees
with for-profit contractors, know that it
comes at a price.
When your family’s safety is on the line,
cutting corners isn’t worth it.
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UNTIL DECEMBER 24
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
is a spirited production performed by
Theatre Calgary. For detailed information
403.294.7447 / www.theatrecalgary.com
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DECEMBER 17
COUNTRY CHRISTMAS
WITH GEORGE CANYON
is part of CPO’s Magic of Christmas.
Performance at 7:30 pm. 403.571.0849 /
www.cpo-live.com
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DECEMBER 20
CANTARE CHILDREN’S CHOIR:
FROST AND FIRE
performed at Knox United Church.
403.685.1132 /
www.cantarechildrenschoir.org
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YOUR COMMUNITY/CITY EVENTS
AT A GLANCE...
• December 6 – A Merry Little Pops performed by
the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. For detailed
information 403.571.0849 www.cpo-live.com
• December 6 – Mother Mother performs at the Grey
Eagle Resort & Casino. Doors 7:00 pm, show 8:00 pm
www.greyeagleresortandcasino.ca
• December 7 – The Christmas Eve Express features
well-known classics as well as new holiday songs.
Performed by the Youth Singers of Calgary at the
Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium. 403.234.9549 /
www.youthsingers.org
• December 7 – Calgary Hitmen vs Moose Jaw Warriors
at the Saddledome 4:00 pm www.hitmenhockey.com
• December 13 – Calgary Children’s Choir at the Rozsa
Centre, University of Calgary. 403.210.3499 / www.
calgarychildrenschoir.com
• December 12 & 13 – A Traditional Christmas is part
of the CPO’s Magic of Christmas, performed at Grace
Presbyterian Church. Evening performances at 7:00
pm and Saturday matinee at 2:00 pm. 403.571.0849 /
www.cpo-live.com
• December 16 – Calgary Flames & New York Rangers
face off at 7:00 pm at the Saddledome www.
calgaryflames.com
• December 18 – 24 – The Nutcracker A seasonal
classic for all ages, performed by the Alberta Ballet
403.245.4549 www.albertaballet.com
• December 21 – Perfectly Frank Christmas is
performed at River Park Church by Calgary Jazz
Orchestra. Matinee 3:00 pm / evening 7:00 pm 403.239.8545 / www.calgaryjazzorchestra.com
• Until December 21 – Once Upon a Christmas
celebrates the charm of Christmas past at Heritage
Park. 403.268.8500 / www.heritagepark.ca
• December 21 – Sing Along Messiah at Knox United
Church. 403.208.6094 / www.voicescapes.ca
• December 31 – Trooper at Deerfoot Inn & Casino
– wristband 7:00 pm / show 11:00 pm 403.236.7529 /
www.deerfootinn.com
• December 31 – Calgary Flames vs Edmonton Oilers at
the Saddledome 7:30 pm www.calgaryflames.com (SN)
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Little Laughs Photography
Hidden Valley Community
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t’s surprisingly affordable to have a permanently happy
child. “How?” you ask.
One local photographer has mastered the skill of capturing happy moments for parents to cherish forever.
Tantrums and tears will come and go, but they’ll soon be
a distant memory as you proudly show off photos of your
adorable, smiling cherubs!
The lady behind the lens is Rosie Moyer of Little Laughs
Photography, which specializes in newborn, maternity,
child and family photography. This year, Little Laughs won
an honourable mention in Calgary Child magazine for Best
Family Photographer. Rosie’s photography has also been
on the cover of Birthing Magazine and in several novels.
Hidden Valley because of the great community; the wonderful schools and our neighbours are awesome! Most of
my clients return year after year for photos. Having the
pleasure of photographing their children as they grow is
incredibly rewarding. I have been honoured to see some
families from their first maternity shoot through to their
five kids!” Rosie often books shoots six to seven days a
week to work around busy family schedules. While she is
full for Christmas, she currently has a special offer on limited rush slots. Shoots are by appointments only. To book
a session or to find out more call 403-208-5562 or email
[email protected] The studio is located at 11130
Hidden Valley Drive NW, Calgary.
Rosie started her business more than a decade ago to fill a
much-needed gap in the market. “When I had my daughter
11 years ago, I was frustrated at the pushy sales and high
print costs of other photographers. It was also rare to get
full copyright of the photos. To fill this gap in the market,
my husband and I started Little Laughs Photography with
the goal of supplying copyright-free, high quality memories on CD-ROM. This meant parents were not restricted
by overpriced print packages and were free to print their
family photos however and whenever they liked.” Raising
children is not cheap, so by having a home-based studio,
Rosie is able to charge her clients much less. Little Laughs
also has a no pushy sales, no additional fees and no hidden
costs policy.
Photography is the perfect creative outlet for Rosie and
she loves her job. “Over 11 years my collection of props
and backdrops has grown so much! I showcase the hundreds of props and backdrops on my website (www.little
laughs.com) and I am very flexible if you have your own
ideas. Some clients even bring along their family pet!”
By working from home, Rosie is able to spend more time
with her family and be part of the local scene. “We chose
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Sports
Report
Our indoor soccer program is in full swing and our three
teams are having a great time out on the field. We have
two U8 teams and one U10 team this season. We didn’t
get enough registrants to field a U6 team this year but
we will still offer it next season in hopes that there will
be enough interest for that age group.
I would like to reiterate that at the AGM in June, I moved
from the Sports Director position on to the second Vice
President of the Hidden Valley Community Association.
I will continue to oversee the sports program but unless someone steps up to manage baseball and outdoor
soccer, the community can expect some major changes
in the spring. We have some wonderful, dedicated volunteers who coordinate our indoor soccer and hockey
programs so those programs will continue in the same
format as in previous years. Without dedicated coordinators for outdoor soccer and baseball, we may have to
look to outside organizations to provide programs to
our members. Please email me at [email protected]
org if you are interested in helping out.
Our hockey registration opened on October 15 and
will remain open until December 30. Please make
sure to register your players before the deadline at
ww.hiddenhut.org. Hockey season will begin as soon as
the weather is cold enough to maintain ice in our rink,
usually around early December and will continue as
long as the weather holds. We have programs for ages
6-8, 9-11 and 12-14. Registration for all age groups is
$70. This is a great opportunity to allow your children
to learn some hockey skills and strategies while keeping the cost low. Our parent-volunteer coaches focus on
skill development while keeping things fun and active
and safe for the kids.
Community Membership of $30.00 is required to play.
This year we are trying to start an adult shinny hockey
league. Come out have some fun on the outdoor rink. If
you are interested in participating please email [email protected]
hiddenhut.org.
The Hidden Valley sports program is run completely by
volunteers. We do need you to volunteer to keep the
program running. To register a volunteer position is
mandatory. If you are not able to volunteer, a $100.00
option is available. The following positions are available.
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ax 403
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Unit 312, 5149 Country Hills Blvd. NW
(Across from Hamptons Superstore)
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· Co-Coach (Ages 6 to 8)
· Co-Coach (Ages 9 to 11)
· Co-Coach (Ages 12 to 14)
· Ice Cleaning Lead
If you are a student looking at fulfilling your volunteer
hour requirements for school what better way to get
those hours than to help your community clean ice for
an hour a week during the season. Come on out!
Hockey practices will be held on Wednesday evenings
and games will be played Saturday mornings at the Hidden Hut rink. Practice and game times will be scheduled
after registration numbers have been finalized.
Laura Corbet
Second Vice-President
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SIMONS
CREEK
Registration and Frustration
One of the things I have noticed from year to year is the
fluctuation in numbers in the 38 Simons Creek scout
group. I am never sure why it happens? Some people
suggest that it follows the growth of the community.
Most of our members come right from Hidden Valley/
Hanson Ranch and as kids get older they aren’t as involved in scouts. Then when the older families move
away and newer younger families move in, our membership grows again. Who knows, in our group we just
roll with it from year to year.
Each September we have a registration that opens up
for new members. With scout guidelines, our numbers
are dictated by the number of volunteer leaders we
have in each section.
For example, if we have three parents that volunteer
to lead our Cub Scout program, we can have a total of
15 kids in that group. If another parent volunteers, we
could another five kids to the program.
Some years we end up short of leaders and end up
having to limit the amount of kids we can take in our
programs. It isn’t something we like to do, but we don’t
have a lot of choice. We need the parent volunteers to
run the programs, easy as that.
This can sometimes lead to frustration as some parents
can’t get their child into one of our programs. We do understand and sympathize with you if that happens, but
we can’t force parents to volunteer as leaders. It is up
to them to step forward and participate in the program
with their kids.
On another note, all four of our sections got off to a
great start this year. Camps were planned and attended.
Meetings were held each Thursday night. Bottle Drives
were held. Lots of kids and leaders had a blast participating in many different activities, from hikes and tours
to games and crafts. Hopefully everyone in Hidden Valley bought lots of popcorn? It is a big fundraiser for our
programs and without it we would be hard pressed to
do the events we do for the kids.
It is certainly a hectic time of year for all of us with
school, work, sports and tons of other activities, but I
always look forward to a fresh start in scouting for all
the kids, new and returning, young and old, they always
come in with tons of enthusiasm and fresh ideas. This
just gets the leaders pumped up and ready to go for another year.
By now we are part way though our year and looking
forward to Christmas break and a chance to relax before
we get back into it in January. Winter camps, snowshoeing, hikes in the snow and even some indoor events
highlight our winter activities.
We also keep up with our fundraising and once again
we will have our “After New Years” bottle drive to raise
funds for our summer camp trip to the pacific Coast
Jamboree out on Vancouver Island. Make sure to keep
those bottles and cans for us and we will see you after
New Years.
Scouter Sean de Carle
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Family
January 31, 2015
Do you realize how lucky we are to have
an Outdoor Rink in Hidden Valley?
Hidden Valley Community Association (HVCA) is once
again hosting our annual Family Winter Festival with
Hockey Tournament and Skate-a-thon Fundraiser to
celebrate our excellent Outdoor Rink and Pleasure Rink!
Assiniboine.com
Christmas
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Installation
Ask about Snow Removal, Plowing, Sanding
Many youth Register with our HVCA recreational Outdoor Hockey Program which runs each year. To help us
see them in action every team will duke it out at our
Hockey Tournament between 9:00-12:00. Come cheer
for your favourite team colour: red, blue or green!
HVCA also holds our annual Skate-a-thon Fundraiser
between 1:00 - 2:00. This is an individual and family
event for everyone, where you set your own personal
goal/number of laps. There is no minimum pledge/donation – just good old fashioned fun!
Other activities running between 10:00 - 2:00 include:
• Horse hay ride
• Snowman building
• Snow treasure-mountain
• Craft in the Hidden Hut
• Fire pit lunch (with hot chocolate and cookies)
HVCA is a non-profit organization, we need Membership,
Registration, Fundraising and Donations to offer free
events like this one! At our Family Winter Festival HVCA
will have a table set up to sell annual Memberships at
a discount price of $25 ($30 if purchased after January).
Please consider purchasing your Membership here or
online at: www.hiddenhut.org then we can continue to
provide family fun events within our community!
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10 Things about
HVCA Outdoor
Hockey
1) It is a low cost, low time commitment alternative to
organized hockey.
2) We stress having fun and if possible, learning a few
skills and feeling comfortable on skates.
3) We play in almost any weather conditions, as long as
the ice is decent to skate on.
4) We are always looking for more parents to help out
either with ice maintenance, coaching the kids or in
some other aspect.
5) The coaches have as much fun, or more, as the kids
out on the ice.
6) If there is enough interest and participation in hockey
this year, we will try our best to bring back the HVCA
Cup end of year tournament.
7) Over 800 Hours of volunteer time go into making and
maintaining the ice surface each year so it is ready to
play hockey on.
8) In a regular winter, there are roughly 12,000 skaters
that use the Hidden Valley Ice surfaces.
9) HVCA Hockey is not just for boys! We have several
girls playing each year and they have just as much
fun as the boys.
10) Without the players and parents that come out to
help out, there is no HVCA hockey program.
Remember HVCA Hockey is all about the kids, helping
them learn the game and helping them have fun outdoors.
Register soon, before registration closes!
Sean de Carle, Parent Volunteer
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speaker (and answer questions from the
public) at a free meeting of the Friends of
Nose Hill, on Wednesday, November 12, at
Triwood Community Centre, 7 p.m.
Coyotes were once called song dogs in First
Nations myth. The urban coyote now lives in
nature surrounded by urban development.
Citizens report seeing coyotes and a few
have negative interactions with them. But
does that mean you need to be afraid of coyotes? She will explore how coyotes live in the
city, what challenges they face, and how we
can co-exist without fear.
the Friends
of Nose Hill
by Anne Burke
Shelley Alexander at the U. of C.
Geography department handraised coyote pups while researching pack behaviour and non-lethal
deterrents. She will be the guest
Alexander led a guided walk around Nose
Hill, which supports a small group of coyotes in an urban green space. She describes
what type of habitat (in parks like Nose Hill)
is important to coyotes and answers whether
coyotes were living in these places before
the city was built. Or, are coyotes “invading”
cities, like you hear in the media?
Next to spring denning, another critical conflict time is fall for the “dispersal season”, when
coyotes reaching maturity leave the pack to
fend for themselves. This is a period of stress
for coyotes, and when hungry, they will sometimes roam residential areas looking for food.
This summer there were concerns over wild
animal trapping in the city, as well as how we
manage the encroachment of bears and cougars. Or are we in their space? Urban wildlife
is a reality, and experts from the Calgary Zoo
as well as Alberta Fish and Wildlife will bring
forward an Urban Wildlife Strategy.
The city can be a better custodian of good
animal welfare practice. Animal and Bylaw
Services already plans to meet with other
agencies. Be pro-active to avoid conflict with
animals like beavers, by planting trees along
the river, placing wire around tree trunks,
and providing under-dam drains to control
water levels.
A cougar found prowling at the South Calgary Health Campus delayed many police
officers who waited for the Alberta Fish and
Wildlife officials to arrive. Of course we need
to respect the potential for harm to the public. The Minister of Justice & Solicitor General
announced a review of the Provincial Government’s response in this situation.
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Many of us approach flying with our pets with a great
deal of fear and trepidation. People with allergies might
complain and pets might misbehave. Some airlines no
longer accept pets on flights as cargo or carry-on luggage; most airlines have blackout periods around holidays. The airline industry and international import/export laws are constantly changing rules and regulations.
If you intend on flying with your pet, research and having
a backup plan is essential, never assume the same rules
apply even months later.
Small pets traveling as hand baggage can check in with
you normally, then you carry them through the security
scanner, while the cage is screened on the belt. Phoning directly I was recently able to reserve premium seats
at the front of the plane with my dog, but I was warned
if anyone complained people and pets are consigned
to the back rows of the plane. I have also encountered
problems flying with large dogs as cargo when the cage
didn’t fit through the baggage door of a smaller plane.
Always know the dimensions of your cage and total
weight of the pet and cage when booking a flight.
Animals flying as cargo tend to be much more difficult
to coordinate. Pets flying in the cargo hold have to be
delivered to the airline’s cargo depot hours prior to flight
time. Cage requirements are strict. Pets must be able to
stand fully upright within the cage. Two bowls for food
and water must accompany the pet. Food requirements
depend on the length of the flight. You can teach your
dog to use one of the closed water bottles to avoid spillage in the cage. They resemble a hamster bottle and are
attached to the outside of the cage with a nozzle running into the cage. A leash and collar should also be attached to the cage. The cage should be clearly marked
and the doors secure. Make sure your pet is adequately
identified. Tattoo, microchip, and a collar with identification identify my pets. I’ll take no chances.
Try to only book your pet on a direct flight or keep to the
same carrier. There are companies which will take care
of all the hassle if you fly your pet around the globe. If
you’re taking a pet to Australia, New Zealand, or the British Isles, complicated and extensive vaccination protocols, blood tests, deworming protocols, and documentation make an animal travel broker absolutely necessary.
Preparations take several months.
Only a current rabies certificate is required to travel with
a cat or dog into the U.S.A., but airlines may still require
an additional recent health examination with a certificate to board your pet. Pets under twelve weeks of age,
too young to have a current rabies vaccine, can no longer enter the United States as of this summer.
Past studies have shown over-sedation to be the number
one killer of pets being flown. Only sedate your pet if you
fear his panic could result in injury. A non-sedated pet
may be scared, but he is better able to control his body’s
temperature, and less likely to aspirate vomit if air sick.
If you arrive at the airport and the outdoor temperature
at your destination or current location are too extreme
for your pet’s safety on the tarmac, the airline will refuse
to accept your pet as cargo. Have an alternative plan and
be flexible. Most major cities including Calgary have kennels that will pick up and deliver pets to flights.
As a professional worrier, I still find flying my furry children extremely stressful but adequate preparation has
allowed me to have many wonderfully uneventful journeys.
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$587,250
$586,500
August 2014
$548,650
$539,250
July 2014
$637,350
$635,950
June 2014
$684,500
$672,680
May 2014
$536,566
$524,166
April 2014
$534,950
$530,475
March 2014
$571,850
$562,500
February 2014
$664,500
$638,333
January 2014
$579,900
$562,000
December 2013
$550,000
$531,000
November 2013
$529,933
$523,962
October 2013
$502,933
$489,633
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No. Properties Sold
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NORTHWEST ELECTRICIAN/PLUMBER: Professional and affordable electrical installations, repairs, plumbing. Install light fixtures, ceiling fans,
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The federal department of Veterans Affairs Canada
states that November 11 is a day of “remembrance
for the men and women who have served, and
continue to serve our country during times of war,
conflict and peace”; specifically, the First and Second
World Wars, the Korean War, and all conflicts since then in which members of
the Canadian Forces have participated. The department runs a program called
Canada Remembers with the mission of helping young and new Canadians,
most of whom have never known war, “come to understand and appreciate
what those who have served Canada in times of war, armed conflict and peace
stand for and what they have sacrificed for their country”.
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CALGARY BOARD OF EDUCATION
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COUNCILLOR, WARD 4
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Website: http://www.cbe.ab.ca • Email: [email protected]
Community Update On New Schools
The Calgary Board of Education is pleased to welcome
more than 3,000 additional students this year. With
rapid growth comes the challenge of finding schools
for all these students. Funding for new school construction hasn’t kept pace with growth, particularly in new
communities. As a result, we bus about a third of our
students to schools where there is space.
To meet this pressing need, the CBE is planning the
construction of 12 new schools, three major modernizations and two replacement schools, all to open in 2016.
New K- Grade 4 schools for Panorama Hills, Tuscany, Auburn Bay, New Brighton, Copperfield, and Evanston.
New Grades 5 – 9 schools for New Brighton–Copperfield, Evergreen, Mackenzie Towne, Saddle Ridge, Rocky
Ridge–Royal Oak.
Modernization of Bowness High School and Jack James
High School, and turning the former Harold W. Riley
school into an Aboriginal learning centre.
Replacement of Christine Meikle and Elbow Park
schools.
The Province is also building a new northeast high
school to open in 2016.
In addition, the Province announced Sept. 22 that it
would partner with the CBE to build four starter schools.
They will be built in phases to get students into classes
before the entire school is complete. It also announced
funding for modular classrooms for Westgate School
and for the planning of a new south Calgary high school.
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The future of your main
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Main streets are active areas
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local events and are often important transportation routes.
Thriving main streets are ideal
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happen in a meaningful way for
residents,
and developers.
Thriving main streets are ideal locations to live, wor
Development team wants to explore how growth cou
residents,
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Starting in late fall of 2014, the
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perspectives about main street
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the government for this investment in education.
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Child Abuse Hotline
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