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Just wonder why Airdrie doesn't have a Casino also do you think Airdrie will get a Casino and when?
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Covid-19 Update for September 3: 130 new cases, 118 recoveries, 0 deaths + changes to guidance and orders

Data is taken from the Covid-19 portal and today's media appearance by Dr Deena Hinshaw and Deputy Minister of Education Andre Corbould. Dr Hinshaw's next scheduled media availability will be tomorrow.
Top line numbers:
Value Current Total
Total cases +130 14,310
Active cases 1,415 (+12)
Cases with "Unknown source" 335 (33.5%) in last 7 days (Change: -14 (-2.3%))
Tests +9,553 (~1.4% positive) 994,289
People tested +6,219 785,664 (~181,909/million)
Hospitalizations 46 (-4/-5 based on yesterday's post/portal data) 709 (+5)
ICU 9 (+0) 132 (+0)
Deaths +0 242
Recoveries +118 12,653
Spatial distribution of people tested, cases, and deaths:
Zone Active Cases (Change) New People Tested Total New Cases Total New Deaths Total
Calgary 639 (+7) +2,611 322,860 +50 7,679 +0 118
Central 36 (+4) +585 66,144 +10 607 +0 7
Edmonton 527 (-11) +1,777 258,169 +45 3,255 +0 62
North 174 (+7) +784 69,402 +20 982 +0 30
South 35 (+4) +399 55,082 +5 1,755 +0 25
Unknown 4 (+1) +63 14,007 +0 32 +0 0
Spatial distribution of cases for select cities and regions (cities proper for Calgary and Edmonton):
City/Municipality Total Active Recovered Deaths
Calgary 6403 (+47) 559 (+4) 5737 (+43) 107 (+0)
Edmonton 2871 (+45) 480 (-8) 2331 (+53) 60 (+0)
Brooks 1128 (+0) 2 (+0) 1117 (+0) 9 (+0)
High River county 555 (+0) 4 (+0) 544 (+0) 7 (+0)
Mackenzie county 315 (+6) 68 (+3) 237 (+3) 10 (+0)
Lethbridge 159 (+1) 16 (+1) 141 (+0) 2 (+0)
Fort McMurray 119 (+4) 31 (+3) 88 (+1) 0
Cardston county 103 (+0) 2 (+0) 96 (+0) 5 (+0)
Red Deer 90 (+4) 13 (+3) 77 (+1) 0
Grande Prairie 88 (+1) 18 (-1) 68 (+2) 2 (+0)
Wheatland county 73 (+0) 4 (+0) 68 (+0) 1 (+0)
Medicine Hat 71 (+2) 4 (+2) 65 (+0) 2 (+0)
Wood Buffalo municipality 61 (+0) 1 (+0) 60 (+0) 0
Warner county 59 (+0) 0 (Since Sept 1) 58 (+0) 1 (+0)
Rest of Alberta 2215 (+20) 213 (+5) 1966 (+15) 36 (+0)
Other Counties/Cities with 10+ active cases (change compared to yesterday, if I have it recorded):
City/County Active
Chestermere 10
St Albert 13 (+0)
Vulcan County 18 (+0)
Airdrie 22 (+0)
Clear Hills County 23 (-1)
  • No region was removed from this list today
Current list of zones under "watch" by the province (new in bold):
  • Calgary Centre
  • Calgary East
  • Calgary Elbow
  • Calgary Lower NE
  • Calgary Upper NE
  • Edmonton Castle Downs
  • Edmonton Eastwood
  • Edmonton NE
  • Edmonton Northgate
  • Clear Hills County
  • Mackenzie County
  • Vulcan County
No regions were removed from the "watch" classification.
Spatial distribution of hospital usage (change based on yesterday's post):
  • Hospitalization zone are where the patient is receiving care, not zone of residence
Zone Hospitalized ICU
Calgary 16 (+1) 5 (+1)
Edmonton 22 (+1) 4 (+0)
Central 0 (-1) 0 (+0)
South 0 (-2) 0 (-1)
North 8 (-3) 0 (+0)
Statements by Dr Hinshaw
Questions/Concerns about Calgary Kidanemehret Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahdo Church
  • Expresses gratitude to church leaders
  • Recommendation for testing apply only to those who attended from August 9 to 23
  • Children who attended church during that time should temporarily stay at home
  • Has heard individuals from the group have been stigmatized, potentially hurting control of this or future outbreaks
Changes to Guidance and Orders
  • Casinos/Racing entertainment centres: Table games are allowed, provided physical distancing, barriers, and other health measures are followed as stated online
  • Decision made based on transmission in Alberta vs places with table games. Haven't seen transmission issues locally and haven't seen significant transmission in places with table games
  • Continuing Care: Operators can shift to a "risk based approach" when residents are brought back to site (as opposed to a "measure of time" analysis). Facilities can permit volunteer on site
  • Notes a need to balance all aspects of health, including social connections. Visitors have not been a significant trend and outbreaks are more related to community spread transmitting to staff
  • Examples: Cabin visit (travelling and staying alone) is low risk, day trip to large family gathering is high risk. These examples would be were categorized against one's intuition based on previous orders
  • Urges patience while order gets in place. It will come into place in 2 weeks and some centres may need time to implement
Back to School
  • Understands a mix of emotions going forward
  • States that daily health assessment of children is important, as is not "working through" illness
  • Understands this can be difficult, but states that it is important for controlling Covid-19
Q&A
  • Why are meat plants seeing outbreaks again?: interesting question, is currently looking into it. Specifically notes that an issue may be losing income when sick and specifically notes that we may "need to think about" advocating for "appropriate approaches to the CERB benefit"
  • Should we continue working from home?: should be a discussion between employee/employer based on context
  • Asked about details in an outbreak in the Calgary Drop In Centre: 5 cases. AHS working with shelter to isolate cases and notify close contacts. May not have been transmission in centre, but awaiting details from local authority
  • How long should a student be allowed to have "breaks" from masking: physical exercise is a good example, though physical distancing is required. If you have concerns, bring them to school board
  • Asked about "pandemic fatigue": Feeling of frustration is certainly very real as we don't see an endgame. Understands the sentiments, especially around Order 33. Sympathizes with those who wish Covid could go away and encourages seeking out activities that "recharge" you within the limits given as we are still waiting for a vaccine or a very effective way to control severe outcomes
Statements by Deputy Minister Corbould
  • Asked about "unintentional consequences" about movement to hub models creating larger class sizes: has heard concerns. Minister discussed the matter with the concerned groups. Recently announced additional funding should "go a long way" to address the issues
Additional information will be logged below:
  • Calgary Upper NE's active cases: 128 (+0)
  • Calgary Lower NE's active cases: 116 (+6)
Update 1 - minor noun corrections to increase clarity
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The top highlights from the past week on /r/Hockey

Sunday, November 03 - Saturday, November 09
Top Videos score link to comments
Giroux goes for the slap shot in the shootout 3,843 255 comments
Fair Play from Jakub Kindl: Refs call a Penalty for tripping, but he tells them he fell on his own and the penalty is called off 3,607 321 comments
The Blues score on a 3 on 0 in OT after the Canucks get in a car wreck at the other end 2,698 540 comments
Andrei Svechnikov in practice teaching Canes teammates how to score a lacrosse goal 2,438 247 comments
Ottawa scores two goals in 4 seconds to take a 3-0 lead 1,956 214 comments
Zdeno Chara receives a standing ovation from fans at the Bell Centre in honour of his 1500th game 1,786 182 comments
John Marino scores his first NHL goal on an errant pass 1,287 152 comments
Tavares misses the net 971 184 comments
Robby Fabbri's Second Goal as a Red Wing, His Second of the Game! 828 196 comments
Robby Fabbri's First Goal as a Red Wing 804 107 comments
McDavid does his best Colby Cave impression. 803 115 comments
Steve Yzerman Grilled Kirby Dach about Smoking Weed in his Draft Interview 738 175 comments
Shea Webers scores on a one-timer off a blocked shot of his previous onetime attempt 614 66 comments
Foligno hit to the head of Bellemare. Foligno received a 5 minute major and game misconduct 535 415 comments
Jack Hughes first even strength goal 511 97 comments
Elias Pettersson "Broke his ankles brahh" 508 42 comments
Jake Muzzin Frustrated 500 31 comments
Cole Bardreau scores his first NHL goal on a penalty shot 467 67 comments
Barzal shows patience in front of the net and roofs a filthy backhand goal 441 40 comments
Goalie goal alert: Luca Di Pasquo from the Honeybaked U16 435 37 comments
Tkachuk passes the puck with the knob of his stick leading to his goal 431 81 comments
Kaapo Kakko scores off a beautiful pass from Adam Fox for his 3rd goal of the season 404 88 comments
Adam Boqvist scores his first NHL goal 398 74 comments
Pettersson deking several poke checks during zone entry followed by a drop pass to Boeser 392 86 comments
DeBrincat fires it on net while falling and beats Markstrom 390 53 comments
COL challenges a broken stick used to score. Good goal and they get a 4 min penalty 386 257 comments
Marchand fights off multiple Penguins and passes it to Krug; who fires is home with a blistering slap shot 368 77 comments
Makar Gets His Second of the Game to Give the Avs a Lead 354 94 comments
Vasilevskiy's new mask for the Bolts' Sweden games has pictures of him as a pirate and Hedman as a viking on it. 352 27 comments
[Highlight] Marner dishes it to Tavares on the breakaway, who buries the winner in overtime over the Golden Knights 350 91 comments
 
Other Posts score link to comments
Just a normal stretch for Gretzky 15,233 900 comments
Bold defensive strategy by the Canucks in OT 13,509 736 comments
Paralyzed Humboldt Broncos player undergoes experimental surgery in Thailand. Surgery is a success! 11,892 519 comments
The Nationals seem to be enjoying the Caps game tonight 6,801 224 comments
(OTT) Scott Sabourin gives update from Boston! 4,522 217 comments
The Washington Nationals, still blackout drunk, attempted to play hockey on the ice after the game. 4,308 247 comments
The New York Islanders win streak ends at 10 games after blowing a 3 goal lead to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 3rd period. 3,646 340 comments
Kakko's reaction to his third NHL goal (GIF) 3,564 240 comments
Ovechkin on the Nats at the game tonight: "They going to have beers, they going to have lots of chicken wings and nachos. They deserve it. That's pretty cool. We very happy for guys, for the whole city, for fans, for this area. They was in the fight and they finished the fight." 3,272 155 comments
Las Vegas casino sues NHL’s Evander Kane over $500K in gambling markers 2,838 559 comments
 
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Weekly What to do in Calgary Thread is finally here! Oct. 14th - Oct. 19th

Hey /Calgary! Sorry it took me so long to post this, a combination of food induced comas and beer goggles kept me distracted this weekend. Here is the thread finally. I think next week I will post the thread on time (Sunday nights) anyway, even if I don't prepare anything, and prepare something when I am not on a food hangover.
Ok /Calgary, let us know what you are going to be doing this week. Any special events, concerts, or anything at all that you want to add? Need a few guys for a rec hockey team or something? Feel free to post anything at all that you plan on doing. Also don't forget to go through the comments to see if there is anything you want to do that someone else suggests. Also lets not limit this to just Calgary, if you know of something going on in Okotoks, Cochrane, Airdrie, or any surrounding area then let us know!
Music & Shows
Oct. 15 - The Wiggles will be at the Stampede Corral for a night of family fun!
Oct 16 - Freaky Flow + Slim Pickins w/ PK Sound @ TEN Nightclub [FREE SHOW]
Oct. 16-19 - Wordfest in both Banff and Calgary. Wordfest features upwards of 85 writers from the local, national and international stage at more than 65 events.
Oct 17 - SKisM + LA Rose + Dubcepticon w/ PK Sound @ TEN Nightclub
Oct. 17 - The Wynners a band from Hong Kong's music scene will be at the jubilee auditorium. - $157 for this one, with limited tickets remaining according to ticketmaster.
Oct. 18 - Mad Caddies a ska punk band from Solvang, California will be at the Gateway Bar. - $15 ADV on Campus / $22 Ticketmaster / $25 Doors
Oct 18 - Knight Riderz + Fat Pat w/ PK Sound @ TEN Nightclub
Oct. 18 - [PWA Wrestling](www.pwawrestling.ca) @ 7:30pm at the century casino! Featuring the return of former WWE superstar Jinder Mahal!
Sports
Oct. 16-18 - [Freshtival](www.freshtival.ca/schedule) Canada's Premiere Ski Film Festival! "I've been last year and it was epicsauce good times. The 18+ events are generally like a beer night at the theatre, cheering on your heroes as they launch massive back country cliffs." - darseyg - $10-$15 per night
Oct. 18 - Medicine Hat Tigers Vs Calgary Hitmen at the dome. Hitmen hockey is good hockey, as always.
Oct. 19 - Regina Pats Vs Calgary Hitmen at the Dome again.
Other
Oct. 15 - AccelerateAB Keynote Series with Jack Newton
The AccelerateAB Keynote Series brings together keynote speakers, collaborative conversation and world-class networking opportunities leading up to AccelerateAB in May 2015. The event explores community-driven topics and discussion on the growing technology sector in Alberta. The series launches in October with a keynote session by Jack Newton, CEO/Founder of Clio. http://www.eventbrite.ca/o/the-a100-2057267769
Oct. 17 - 19 - Calgary Tattoo and Arts Fest will be at the BMO Centre. The name really says it all, this one will be a cool one to see. $25 day pass, or $50 for the whole weekend.
Oct. 17 - 19 - Calgary Corn Maze. Navigate Calgary's Corn Maze with Flashlight on Friday night (17th). Additional activities include Pumpkin Fest, Fun Farm and Petting Zoo.
Oct. 17 &18 - Rocky Mountain Wine and Food Festival will also be at the BMO Centre. The Festival will feature a wide array of world-class wine, premium spirits, import and micro-brewed beer, and an assortment of local culinary creations in a fun, social, and relaxed atmosphere. Ticket pricing available at the website.
Oct. 17 & 18 - Scream Fest! at Stampede Grounds. According to the webpage this is an adult focused Halloween festival, but is rated PG13. Scream Fest has always been a good time in the past, I recommend this. $25 at the door, and open every Friday and Saturday night until Nov. 1st
Oct 18 - Breaking the Silence: British Home Children in Canada - Learn about the 118,000 British Home Children who were sent to Canada between 1869 and 1939. Free of charge and should be fun to learn about.
Oct. 18 - Calgary Comic Collectors Show at the Thorncliff Greenview Community Association. Buying, selling and trading comics and other collectables. $2 admission, $1 if you bring a donation to the food bank, free if you're dressed in costume.
Oct. 18 - Free movies at Cineplex Mobile Facebook link. Sorry I can't seem to find the page so I can't confirm this myself. Can someone post the non mobile link?
Oct. 18 & 19 - For Glory! Smash Bro's Tournament hosted by Smash Logic Gaming, a group BreadGaming runs that is all about unifying Calgary's gamers so we are constantly hosting events or posting about events other people are hosting. It's for Melee, Brawl, Project M, and the new Smash 3DS. 5$ to get in, 5$ per event. Should be a fun one guys!
Oct. 18 & 19 - Calgary Baby & Tot Show will also be at the BMO Centre, seems like a busy place this weekend. $12 for the day and children 12 and under are free.
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Weekly What to do in Calgary Thread is here again! Oct. 20th - Oct. 26th

Ok /Calgary, here it is again! Let us know what you are going to be doing this week. Any special events, concerts, or anything at all that you want to add? Need a few guys for a rec hockey team or something? Feel free to post anything at all that you plan on doing. Also don't forget to go through the comments to see if there is anything you want to do that someone else suggests. Also lets not limit this to just Calgary, if you know of something going on in Okotoks, Cochrane, Airdrie, or any surrounding area then let us know!
Oct. 20th - 26th
Music & Shows
Oct. 20 - Dierks Bentley @ the dome. GL getting last minute tickets for this one if you want to go, haha.
Oct. 20 - 25 - Pumphouse Theatre is performing Jack the Ripper Monster of Whitechapel ($25 general, $20 seniors) and Frost/Nixon ($24.15 general, $19.95 student)
Oct. 21 - Rural Alberta Advantage + guests @ Macewan Hall on UofC campus. - $20
Oct. 22 - Boreal Sons with be joined by guests, I Am The Mountain and Walden, for a night of beautiful music and philanthropy. All the profits from the concert will support sending teens to summer camp at Young Life Canada's property, RockRidge Canyon. - Tickets are $15 in advance through Eventbrite or $20 at the door.
Oct. 22 - Chromeo @ Flames Central - $40 on ticketmaster
Oct. 23 - Five Alarm Funk is playing at Dickens. - $14
Oct. 23 - Jeremy Fisher @ Gateway bar on SAIT campus. - $15 ADV on Campus or Sloth / $18.50 ADV Ticketmaster / $25
Oct. 23 - Miranda Sings with Colleen Ballinger @ Macewan Hall on UofC campus - Appears to be sold out, ask around if you want tickets.
Oct. 24 - Jim Jefferies at the Jack Singer Concert Hall. Says $42.50, but I have no idea about ticket availability.
Oct. 24 - 26 -Richards Scarry's Busytown the Musical from Storybook Theatre. One Act Musical - 55 minutes. Ages 3 & Up ($21 adult, $16 child)
Oct 24 - Wakcutt @ TEN Nightclub
Oct 24 & 25 - Cowtown Opera presents Cowtown Cabaret at Festival Hall in Inglewood. 7:30pm. $38 general, $20 students 2 short. Pocket operas "Wrecking Balls" and "The Bachelor", as well as dance, film noir, parkour, and more! Tickets here
Oct 25 - JPod + Wood n Soo @ TEN Nightclub
Oct. 25 - Heartland's Halloween Hootenanny, celebrate halloween with the cast of Heartland. All proceeds going toward Autism Calgary. @ at Hexter’s Rock ‘n Blues Lounge in Bowness. - $20
Oct. 25 - Shenandoah @ Deerfoot Inn & Casino. $39.00 or $ 59.00 for the first 10 rows
Oct. 26 - Boy and Bear @ Gateway bar on SAIT campus. - $20 ADV on Campus/Sloth/Ticketmaster or $25 Doors
Sports
Oct. 21 - Flames vs Lightning @ 7PM. Big home game streak coming up for the flames.
Oct. 23 - Flames vs Hurricanes @ 7PM.
Oct. 25 - Flames vs Capitals @ 8PM.
Oct. 26 - Hitmen vs Prince George Cougars @ 4PM for a Sunday afternoon game.
Other
Oct. 24 & 25 - Scream Fest! at Stampede Grounds. According to the webpage this is an adult focused Halloween festival, but is rated PG13. Scream Fest has always been a good time in the past, I recommend this. $25 at the door, and open every Friday and Saturday night until Nov. 1st
Oct. 25 - Calgary Woman's Show -www.calgarywomansshow.com - at the BMO centre in stampede park.
Oct. 25 & 26 - Extra Life Calgary, Participate in a 24 hour marathon to support the Alberta Children's Hospital. Join the Calgary Team or Donate! Follow them on Twitch, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!
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The Weekly "What to do in Calgary" Thread for Jan. 23rd - Feb. 1st

Ok /Calgary, here it is again! Let us know what you are going to be doing this week. Any special events, concerts, or anything at all that you want to add? Need a few guys for a rec hockey team or something? Feel free to post anything at all that you plan on doing. Also don't forget to go through the comments to see if there is anything you want to do that someone else suggests. Also lets not limit this to just Calgary, if you know of something going on in Okotoks, Cochrane, Airdrie, or any surrounding area then let us know!
Jan. 23 - Feb. 1
Music & Shows
Jan. 23 - Silverstein (Sold Out) @ the Gateway Bar on SAIT Campus. $20 ADV ON CAMPUS/SLOTH / $22.50 TICKETMASTER / $30 DOORS
Jan. 24 - Buckcherry (Sold Out) @ the Deerfoot Inn & Casino.$49.00 for General Admission (Standing only) and $69.00 for for 10 rows (reserved).
Jan. 25 - Death From Above 1979 @ MacEwan Hall on the UofC's Campus. $37.50.
Jan. 26 - Cinemania - Big Hero 6 @ TES (That Empty Space) on the UofC campus. Free. Can someone elaborate on what this is? I couldn't find a whole lot of info on what TES is at the UofC and it wasn't there when I went to school there.
Jan. 29 - DJ Jazzy Jeff @ Marquee Beer Market & Stage. $20.
Jan. 30 - Candyland @ Marquee Beer Market & Stage for Electric Disco Fridays. $10.
Jan. 31 - Kenny Shields & Streetheart & Doug & The Slugs @ the Deerfoor Inn & Casino. Wristband 6.30pm - show @ 9pm $39.00 or $59.00 for the first 10 rows.
Sports
Jan. 23 - Swift Current Broncos Vs Calgary Hitmen @ the dome. $10-$30 (I think?). Hitmen is always good hockey.
Jan. 24 - Edmonton Rush Vs Calgary Roughnecks @ the dome. $25-$65. Your best bet for tickets is probably the Safeway Ticket vouchers which you get for 25$ and exchange for a ticket at the door. Can a mod editorialize things in this thread? Becuase I love lacrosse and I love the roughnecks. If you have never gone to a lacrosse game before this would be a great first time event for you. Plus it's a battle of Alberta, it's always a bonus when we are playing any game against Edmonton. I highly encourage everyone reading to go to the game tomorrow, I'll be there!
Jan. 25 - Vancouver Giants Vs Calgary Hitmen @ the dome. $10-$30. 3 games in 3 days, will be a hard one for the hitmen.
Jan. 27 - Buffalo Sabres Vs Calgary Flames @ the dome. Tickets prices more expensive than they should be :P.
Jan. 29 - Minnesota Wild Vs Calgary Flames @ the dome.
Jan. 30 - Prince Albert Raiders Vs Calgary Hitmen @ the dome. $10-$30.
Jan. 31 - Edmonton Oil Kings Vs Calgary Hitmen @ the dome. $10-$30.
Jan. 31 - Edmonton Oilers Vs Calgary Flames @ the dome. Another battle of Alberta. Should be fun.
Feb. 1 - WWE Road to WrestleMania @ the dome. WRESTLEMANIA BABY!
other
Jan. 29 - Feb. 1 - Calgary RV Expo & Sale @ the BMO Centre in Stampede Park. $15 - Adult, Senior (60+) - $11.00, Youth (13-17) - $7.00, Family - $35, Children 12 & under - Free.
Thanks and have a fun week /calgary. Go neck go! (I'm 100% unbiased)
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The Weekly "What to do in Calgary" Thread for Feb. 23rd - Mar. 1st

Ok /Calgary, here it is again! Let us know what you are going to be doing this week. Any special events, concerts, or anything at all that you want to add? Need a few guys for a rec hockey team or something? Feel free to post anything at all that you plan on doing. Also don't forget to go through the comments to see if there is anything you want to do that someone else suggests. Also lets not limit this to just Calgary, if you know of something going on in Okotoks, Cochrane, Airdrie, or any surrounding area then let us know!
Feb 23 - Mar 1
Music & Shows
Feb. 22 - 28 Man Equals Man - A production by the UofC drama program put on @ the University Theatre on UofC Campus. $20 Adults - $15 Students/Seniors - Free for UofC Students with your UNICARD 30 minutes before show.
Feb. 23 - Cinemania is playing Penguins of Madagascar @ That Empty Space on the UofC Campus. FREE
Feb. 24 - Stars with Hey Rosseta @ ManEwan Hall on the UofC Campus. $35
Feb. 25 - Arkells @ Flames Central. $27.50 but says it's sold out.
Feb. 26 - Illy @ Gateway Bar on SAIT Campus. $10 ADV CAMPUS & SLOTH / $15 ADV TICKETMASTER
Feb. 27 & 28 - The Irish Rovers Farewell to Rovin @ Deerfoot Inn & Casino. $39.00 or $49.00 for the first 10 rows
Feb. 27 - Cowpuncher & Copperhead @ Gateway Bar on SAIT Campus. $10 ADV ALL LOCATIONS / $15 DOORS / Free for SAIT & ACAD Students
Feb. 27 - Machine Head @ Flames Central. $29.50
Feb. 28 - Clint Black @ Deerfoot Inn & Casino. $49.00 or $69.00 for the first 10 rows
Feb. 28 - Danny Avila @ Flames Central.
Sports
Flames have a 7 game Away streak so no games this week or next.
Hitmen wont be at home until March 15 as well, after 11 game away streak.
Roughnecks wont be at home till March 14th either.
Feb. 28 - Mar. 8 - Tim Hortons Brier @ the Dome, the reason there are no home games. The brier is always a classic to go to if you get the chance.
Other
Feb. 26 - Mar. 1 - Calgary Home & Garden Show @ BMO Events Centre on the Stampede Grounds. Ticket Info
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The Weekly "What to do in Calgary" Thread for Nov 3 - Nov 9

Ok /Calgary, here it is again! Sorry I missed last week, I feel really bad about that especially with Halloween being last week and my missing that day, but life gets in the way sometimes, sorry again. Let us know what you are going to be doing this week. Any special events, concerts, or anything at all that you want to add? Need a few guys for a rec hockey team or something? Feel free to post anything at all that you plan on doing. Also don't forget to go through the comments to see if there is anything you want to do that someone else suggests. Also lets not limit this to just Calgary, if you know of something going on in Okotoks, Cochrane, Airdrie, or any surrounding area then let us know!
Nov. 3 - Nov. 9
Music & Shows
Nov - 3 : Arch Enemy will be at Mac Hall on UofC campus. - $33-$38
Nov - 4 : Motel Raphael will be at Gateway Bar on SAIT campus.- Free for SAIT/ACAD Students / $10 ADV / $12 Doors
Nov - 7 : Boyce Avenue @ Mac Hall - $25
Nov - 7 : SIINES @ Gateway bar. - Free for SAIT/ACAD Students / $10 ADV
Nov - 8 : Paper Lions @ Gateway bar. - $15 ADV from campus/sloth/Ticketmaster / $18 doors
Nov - 8 : Dreams a Fleetwood Mac tribute band will be at the Deerfoot Inn and Casino. - $29 or $39 for first 10 rows.
Nov - 9 : Adam Cohen @ Gateway bar. - $25 ADV from Calgary Fold Festival / $30 doors
This week is Commonwealth's 3 year anniversary bash. Events include:
electroleum
Sports
Is there something going on at the dome this week that I don't know about? Neither the flames or the Hitmen are in town at all this week, both are on away game streaks.
Other
Nov - 5 & 6 : Buildex Calgary, a conference and tradeshow at the BMO centre focused on interior design, architecture, property management, and construction & renovation.
Nov - 6 : Publisher Freehand Books is hosting a book launch for Maurice Mierau and UofC writer-in-residence Ian Williams.
Nov. 8 - Tequila - The Triple Threat, a tequila and mescal tasting event at the crowfoot co-op wine and spirits.
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