Category Archives: Calgary

Fun with Maps: Top 3 Calgary mayoral candidate vote share

by DJ Kelly October 28, 2010

I’ve been wanting to do this kind of thing for a while. I love maps and I love data. I also love Calgary politics and the intrigue of elections. So it only made sense that I would want to mash that all up together to create some visual representations of the 2010 Calgary Municipal Election. […]

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Metro column: Plenty to be proud of

by DJ Kelly October 22, 2010

The 2010 Municipal Election is over and all Calgarians should be very proud. Yes, it’s true we elected the first Muslim mayor in a major Canadian city and are getting national media attention because of it. But let’s face it — no one really cared during the election. It was only brought up once by […]

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What’s Next? Nenshi’s First 100 Days: Part 1, The First Official Meetings

by DJ Kelly October 21, 2010

With the election firmly in the books – and plenty of analysis still to come – I wanted to be the first to take a look forward at what’s next for our new mayor. Some of the early important dates are already known. October 25 at 7pm will be the swearing in of the new […]

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Calgary, meet your new council

by DJ Kelly October 19, 2010

The unofficial results are in and we have seen a mix of change and returning of the old guard happening. It’s a whole new ball game now; an entirly new dynamic. Here’s the list of who the fifteeen around the table will be: Mayor – Naheed Nenshi Ward 1 – Dale Hodges Ward 2 – Gord Lowe […]

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Metro column: It’s over to you, Calgary

by DJ Kelly October 15, 2010

Finally, the Calgary Municipal election here. On Monday you and I will go to the polls to select who we want to work on our behalf for the next three years. This final week of the campaign has provided all kinds of drama, too. Naheed Nenshi collected endorsements from former mayoral candidates Kent Hehr and […]

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