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Removing barriers to sustainable building in Calgary

October 06, 2016


As the province of Alberta gets set to renew the Municipal Government Act (MGA), the City of Calgary is taking action to remove barriers to sustainable development.

At the request of the City, a legislative review of the MGA was undertaken by the Environmental Law Centre — resulting in a report that highlights legislative changes that could make it easier for Calgarians to undertake sustainable initiatives in the future.

Proposed changes range from tools for brownfield re-development and integrating alternative-energy technologies to building regulations that require higher energy performance.

To gather public input into the proposed changes, the City of Calgary is providing two feedback sessions:

Session 1: Tuesday, Oct. 11

Calgary Elks Lodge & Golf Club — Dining Room
2502-6 Street NE
5:30 - 8:30 pm

Session 2: Wednesday, Oct. 12

Carriage House Inn — Windsor Ballroom
9030 Maclead Trail S
5:30 - 8:30 pm

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