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CREB® CEO Alan Tennant (left) moderated the discussion, as Bill Smith, Mayor Naheed Nenshi and Andre Chabot shared their views on housing-related issues.
Cody Stuart / CREB®Now
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Sept. 22, 2017 | CREBNow

Courageous conversations

Candidates spar at CREB® mayoral forum

Calgary's top three mayoral candidates discussed a variety of issues on Sept. 21 at CREB®'s Courageous Conversations, an exclusive forum focusing on housing-related issues critical to REALTORS® and the city.

Candidates Andre Chabot and Bill Smith joined incumbent Naheed Nenshi in CREB®'s W. Frank Johns Auditorium as the candidates took verbal jabs at each other over several issues.

The forum was hosted and moderated by CREB® CEO Alan Tennant.
CREB® CEO Alan Tennant (left) moderated the discussion, as Bill Smith, Mayor Naheed Nenshi and Andre Chabot shared their views on housing-related issues.
Cody Stuart / CREB®Now
News

Sept. 22, 2017 | CREBNow

Courageous conversations: candidates spar at CREB® mayoral forum

Calgary's top three mayoral candidates discussed a variety of issues on Sept. 21 at CREB®'s Courageous Conversations, an exclusive forum focusing on housing-related issues critical to REALTORS® and the city.
CalgaryNEXT would include a 
19,000 seat arena/event centre and a 30,000-seat ‘multi-sport fieldhouse stadium.'
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April 15, 2016 | Cody Stuart

What's NEXT?

Soil contamination a major hurdle for any West Village development

The Calgary Flames' season may be over, but that doesn't mean hockey talk in the city has come to a close.

In addition to fans' usual examination of how things could have gone differently, the question of where the team is going to play its home games in the not-too-distant future remains.

Part of that answer will come to light April 25 when Calgary Municipal Land Corp. (CMLC) reports findings to city council from its six-month environmental assessment of land in West Village where Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corp. (owner of the Flames, Calgary Stampeders and Calgary Roughnecks) is proposing to build the much-debated CalgaryNEXT project.

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Aug. 22, 2015 | Cody Stuart

5 things about CalgaryNEXT project

After much speculation, the Calgary Flames have announced plans for a massive sports complex, including a new football stadium and field house. The plan would see replacements for the aging Scotiabank Saddledome and McMahon Stadium constructed on the west side of Calgary's downtown. Dubbed CalgaryNEXT, here's a breakdown of five things you need to know about the new Calgary arena project.

1. Location
Currently home to an assortment of car dealerships, empty lots and the GreyHound bus station, the proposed site for the project sits alongside the recently opened Sunalta LRT in Calgary's West Village. Once home to a creosote plant, construction on the site would likely necessitate a costly cleanup, with an estimated pricetag between $50 and $300 million.

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April 02, 2015 | CREBNow

New arena to light up West Village?

The Calgary Herald reported this morning the Calgary Flames have plans of a new arena project, which would not only house the Calgary Flames hockey team but include a football stadium and amateur sports fieldhouse as well.

On March 13, the CREBNow print edition reported some of the particulars that would be involved in the construction of a new arena in Calgary.

5 Things about Calgary's new arena:

Where will the Calgary Flames play?

While those in the know are still very hush-hush about the plans for Calgary's new hockey arena, including where it will be located, there are a few things we can say with some certainty about a potential new home for the Calgary Flames.

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