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Fare enforcement and the perception of risk

Not long ago, at Brentwood Station, I had a wonderful interaction with a some Calgary Transit peace officers. They were checking fares at the door, and I passed them on my way to the pub. A few hours later, on my way back, they were still there checking tickets. Since this happened to be the third time I’d had my ticket checked that day, I piped up and said “boy you guys are active today, eh?”. The peace officer, presumably sensing

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Why You Should Attend Calgary Fringe

Fringe Festivals take place all across the world. The first one was started in Edinburgh, Scotland in  1947, and has since grown to be the largest arts festival in the world. On a more Canadian note the first city to Fringe in Canada was Edmonton in 1982, and as a result their Fringe Festival has matured to feature nearly 40 venues with over 200 shows (their festival takes place just after Calgary’s and might be worth checking out too). I have never attended

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