April 15, 2016 | Cody Stuart
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.