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We are Renovating our District Office Front Counters!

We are excited to begin work to refresh and renovate our front counters as well as make improvements for our customers and staff. Renovations will be happening at all three district offices between September 3 and Sept 27, 2021. During the renovations, our offices will not be open to the public. If you need to…
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Participate in a 20-minute online survey about your neighbourhood and wellbeing!

Participate in a 20-minute online survey about your neighbourhood and wellbeing! Neighbourhoods can influence a resident’s physical activity, health and well-being. Neighbourhood features (eg. Sidewalks and access to parks) can influence people’s decisions to be physically active. There is insufficient information about how Calgary neighbourhoods influence people’s health. IN particular, little is known about how…
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Alberta’s New Finding Housing Service

One Stop for Affordable Housing The Find Housing online tool is now live to help Albertans locate and apply for affordable housing. The tool guides potential applicants through the process of evaluating their eligibility, and connects them with providers and housing options for their individual situations. Visit findhousing.alberta.ca to access the tool. About the Find Housing Online Tool…
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Tips for preventing mold and pests 

Tips for preventing mold and pests  The moisture and humidity of summer along with spending more time outside can create circumstances for mold and pests. Follow these tips to prevent mold and pests in and around your home. Preventing mold in your home Mold seeks moisture, warmth and food to grow, so you can prevent mold from growing…
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About the ‘Vote Housing’ campaign to end homelessness

About the ‘Vote Housing’ campaign to end homelessness Vote Housing is a national non-partisan campaign to end homelessness and make housing safe and affordable in Canada As Canada reopens and vaccination rates increase, a federal election is anticipated for the fall. In anticipation of the election, the Vote Housing campaign launched on June 17, 2021 as…
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Poor Air Quality in Calgary

Poor Air Quality in Calgary As per Environment Canada on Friday July 23, 2021, wildfire smoke is causing poor air quality and reduced visibility. Poor air quality due to wildfire smoke can fluctuate over short distances and can vary considerably from hour to hour. Individuals may experience symptoms such as increased coughing, throat irritation, headaches or…
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Update on partner programming at CHC Properties

Update on Partner Programming at CHC Properties The following Community Partners are delivering in-person support and services safely on-site. Please refer to the dates and times for specific locations. On-Site Partner Programming Bow West Community Resource Centre Ranchlands – by appointment [Added June 11, 2021] Care Connect Bridgeland – for assistance getting food hampers from the Interfaith Food…
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Join carya’s Stronger Cafe Mondays and Thursdays in August

Join carya’s Stronger Cafe Mondays and Thursdays in August Join carya for an opportunity to build a variety of skills and habits related to increasing confidence, setting and achieving learning goals, and to connect! This summer join for 8 drop-in sessions – come to those that interest you! Sessions are Mondays and Thursdays in August from 2-3:30pm at Village Commons…
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How to Reset Your Breaker Panel in 4 Simple Steps

HOW TO RESET YOUR BREAKER PANEL: 4 SIMPLE STEPS If an electrician or a technician is called to your unit to reset the breakers, there may be a cost to you. Learn how to reset your breaker panel in 4 easy steps.  An electrical circuit breaker panel is the main distribution point for electrical circuits…
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Resources to support CHC residents during Extreme Heat Event

Resources to support residents during extreme heat event The temperatures this week are expected to be over 30 degrees Celsius for 5 straight days, with the temperatures cooling to the low 30’s on the weekend. Follow these tips for staying cool, as well as signs of heat related illness you should watch for in yourself,…
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