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The Calgary Zoo has fully reopened after the devastating 2013 floods, but the "heavy lifting" has just begun. We lost two major buildings and relocated many animals. Your support can help ensure your zoo remains one of Canada's leaders in wildlife conservation and continues to be one North America's favourite zoos.
World Footprints goes inside “The Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth”—the Calgary Stampede. Cowboy up and hitch your horse to a chuck wagon as the Stampede’s Keith Rutherford shares the heritage a signature event, the chuck wagon race. Then meet the young Canadians who charm their way into the hearts of all during the Stampede evening extravaganzas. They will share what it takes to be a member of this Broadway style glee club. Finally, World Footprints will visit the Siksika Nation, east of Calgary on the Blackfoot Reservation. Tribal elder, Bernard Bear Shirt, shares the history of the Tribe through stories and music and dance.
Join Hipcheck and the crew as we not only recap the game but talk all things LA Kings hockey on the internets only LA Kingscentric live, uncensored, talk show after each and every road game. Join us as we pray to the almight lord above that our beloved Los Angeles Kings can get some sweet revenge on the Calgary Flames after last games heartbreaking choke job. Its all here, each and every road game all season long through the playoffs and the Stanley Cup Finals as our beloved Kings take the road to glory on their way to winning the 2014/2015 Stanley Cup.
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This episode of Crowbar Radio features a one hour wrap on everything that was Calgary. The road trip, the con, the hotel, and the trip home.
The guests, the events, the costumes, THE PHOTOS!!!This one should be a great listen for anyone who attended or wished they could have gone!!!
The Entertainment Review Radio Show hosted by Dave Gaudet will have Tanya Kaynes the sponsorship coordinator of the Calgary Zoo to talk about the upcoming plans in regards to the rebuilding process of the Calgary Zoo
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World Footprints goes inside “The Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth”—the Calgary Stampede. Hitch your horse to a chuck wagon as the Stampede’s Keith Rutherford shares the heritage of a signature event, the chuck wagon race. Then meet the young Canadians who charm their way into the hearts of all during the Stampede extravaganzas. They will share what it takes to be a member of this Broadway style glee club. Finally, World Footprints visits the
EAST: Montreal 3 games to Ottawa 1; Tampa 2 & Detroit 2; NY Rangers 3 & Pittsburgh 1; Washington 3 & NY Islanders 2. WEST: St. Louis 2 & Minnesota 2; Chicago 3 & Nashville 2; Anaheim 4 & Winnipeg 0; Calgary 3 & Vancouver 2. Join Kelly Serge and Frank to discuss the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs, that began with 5 Canadian Teams. Winnipeg was eliminated by the Anaheim Ducks, leaving Montreal or Ottawa,and Calgary or Vancouver to move on or be kicked to the sidelines. Rogers is very happy to have Canadian Teams involved helping to recoup some of the costs in bring NHL Hockey to Canadian Viewers. Montreal and Calgary are represented by Serge and Kelly Respectively. I will be pulling for the other Canadian Teams unless you wish to take up the gauntlet.
ANDREW BUCKLEY QB Calgary Dinos The scars of losing in the Canada West final haven’t healed quite yet, but winning two of Canadian university football’s biggest individual awards should help soothe the pain.
University of Calgary Dinos quarterback Andrew Buckley was chosen as the winner of the Hec Crighton Award for being the outstanding player in CIS football on Thursday night at the All-Canadian Gala in Montreal.
Then, the Dinos quarterback doubled up on the hardware, collecting the Russ Jackson Award, which rewards excellence in football, academics and citizenship.
He’s the first player ever to win both awards in the same season, and it wasn’t a bad way to cap off an extraordinary year — even if it doesn’t quite make up for his program’s 27-15 loss to the Manitoba Bisons two weeks ago in the Hardy Cup. >>>>> Every year a couple of quarterbacks come out to the CFL combine to serve as the guys who throw the balls to the receivers and hand them off to running backs. They’re basically invisible to the scouts on hand.
There is talk around the CFL that Jordan Yantz could be the Canadian quarterback who breaks that trend this year.
The University of Manitoba Bisons quarterback will be one of two pivots taking part in this weekend’s CFL combine in Toronto, and he can’t wait to prove he can play the position like his American counterparts.
“I’m putting everything I’ve worked for my entire life into this weekend,” Yantz said Wednesday. “Being a Canadian quarterback, I’m honoured to get this opportunity, because how Canadian quarterbacks are evaluated at the next level is very tough and I’m honoured to be one of the two guys who gets invited to this combine and get a chance.
Discussing all things Calgary auto show! I had a blast attending my first ever auto show. Some great vehicles, and some surprises from vehicles I wasn't sure about.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FE4T0PUrYIM - Road Trip
http://youtu.be/fyF8eyQJ6JU - Ford, Lincoln