CALGARY, Oct. 1 /CNW/ -
WHAT: Your invitation to the launch of Calgary's
2008 Vital Signs Report. Hear more about Calgary's
citizen report card that looks at 12 key issue areas,
from safety to the environment to the arts that
contribute to our overall quality of life.
INTERVIEW OP: Key members of Calgary's Vital Signs team will be in
WHERE: Outdoor Resource Centre - 1111 Memorial Drive NW
A two-storey heritage building right off the
bicycle pathway, next to the Bow River. Located at the
southwest corner of Memorial Drive and 10th Street NW.
Free parking available.
WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2008, 10:00 am to Noon
Presentation at 10:30 am (approx)
Complimentary coffee, an array of international foods.
WHY: Calgary is at a critical point in its history, with
unparalleled prosperity and opportunities that brings
challenges and the importance of stepping back and taking
the pulse of our community.
One facet of Calgary's Vital Signs is an annual
report card, to be launched this year on October 7, 2008,
that provides Calgarians with the opportunity to have
their say by "grading" Calgary's quality of life.
Calgary's Vital Signs report card will provide a clear
snapshot of our city's wellness and livability.
Calgary's Vital Signs was launched by
The Calgary Foundation as a long-term initiative to spark
discussion, among Calgarians, on our city's quality of
life and to strengthen connections with community
organizations and institutions, governments and citizens
in order to bring about constructive change.
For further information:
For further information: Chris Huestis, Communications Coordinator, The
Calgary Foundation, P: (403) 802-7716, firstname.lastname@example.org