Dec. 08, 2016 | Joel Schlesinger
Pilot planning initiative puts public health front and centre of new community development
A stretch of Nose Creek that straddles Calgary's northwest and northeast quadrants may now be only home to scenic, rolling grassy hills.
But soon enough, about 9,000 city residents could being calling it home sweet home, along with 21,000 jobs, as planning is underway to develop a community with residential, commercial and industrial opportunities.
Most notably, however, is this community, once built, will be one of city's healthiest places to live, work and play.