A photo of Bryan Young's Fire Place at Carraig Ridge


At the third event in the +CONTEXT design lecture series, Bryan Young of Young Projects shares his firm’s investigation and experimentation of new materials while radically re-imagining the process of fabrication.

Kevin Hand stands above a large hole in the ice

The Search for Life Beyond Earth

Part of the Arts Commons Presents National Geographic Live series, join astrobiologist and emerging explorer Kevin Hand as he shares a firsthand report on the ongoing search for life on other worlds.

A poster for Let's Talk About... Movement

Let’s Talk About… Movement

Sometimes when we talk about movement we get caught up in speed, crossings, and timetables. Join d.talks for this conversation that explores design’s responsibility to help all people move in their city.

A photo from Ronan Donovan of a family of chimpanzees

Social by Nature

Part of the Arts Commons Presents National Geographic Live series, join Ronan Donovan as he takes you into the lives of wolves, chimpanzees, gorillas, and bears to discover our fellow social mammals.

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TEDxCalgary Navigators

A full day of inspiring ideas, join TEDxCalgary for deep insights and dazzling performances from the stage, matched with thought-provoking interactions in its participant engagement zone.

Afros In Tha City and Femme Wave partner for networking event sheTALKS


Teaming up for a networking event to connect and empower bold women of colour as well as individuals who identify with diverse backgrounds, Afros In Tha City and Femme Wave present sheTALKS.

Poster for Let’s Talk About... Parking

Let’s Talk About… Parking

Parking is a complex topic, but it’s something we often ponder. But what urban and design factors influence our desire for parking and how? Join d.talks for a second look at parking—how we store, where, and why.

Rebecca Dawn presents on stage at the GlobalFest Human Rights Forum in 2017

GlobalFest Human Rights Forum

The GlobalFest Human Rights Forum promotes diversity, cross cultural respect, and equality in our community, structured around the UNESCO’s Coalition of Municipalities against Racism and Discrimination.