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Down + Livesey Architects

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  • 1995-2004

Down + Livesey Architects is a Calgary-based architectural and urban design firm established in 1995 by its two principals, David A. Down and Graham Livesey. From 1995 to 2004, Down + Livesey Architects was recognized for its expertise in residential developments, art gallery design, administration facilities, bottle recycling facilities, and urban design. Among the notable projects of Down + Livesey are the Uptown Bottle Depot (Calgary, 1997-1998), Bliss Residence (Bragg Creek, 1998-2001), Westmount Road Development (Calgary, 1999-2001), the Art Gallery of Calgary (Calgary, 2001-2003), Alberta College of Art & Design Expansion (Calgary, 2000-2002), Discovery House (Calgary, 1999-2004), Greystones Condominiums (Calgary, 2001-2002), Vulcan County Administration Building (Vulcan, 2001-2003), Grande Prairie Public Library/Prairie Art Gallery (with Teeple Architects, Grande Prairie, 2003-2004). The firm has been the recipient of a Masonry Design Award of Merit for the Uptown Bottle Depot in 1998 and a Prairie Design Award of Merit in 2000 for 2112 Westmount Road. The firm was dissolved in 2004.

Capital Theatre

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The Capital Theatre in Calgary produced this film.

Canadian Freightways

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  • 1935-

Canadian Freightways was established in 1935 by Chris Mikkelsen who hauled freight from Calgary to Lethbridge. The company began interlining with US based Consolidated Freightways and was eventually taken over by that firm. Len Huyser took over as manager in 1965 and Darshan Kailly in the 1980s.

Calgary Flying Club

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The Calgary Flying Club originated as the Calgary Aero Club in 1927. The club provided training for new flyers and a base for recreational flying the in area.

Stewart brothers

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Brothers Norman and Tom Stewart obtained a $600 loan to start a machine agency. That business, called Stewart Brothers and later Stewart Supplies (Penhold) LTD., transitioned through three generations of family, from farm machinery to lumber and building supplies, and served Central Alberta's settlers, farmers, and contractors for more than 100 years.

Skiers' workbench & sports (1982)

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Skiers' Workbench & Sports was established by the Heddinger family in Calgary, Alberta in 1982. They specialize in the repair of skis.

Calgary FLC Seniors Club

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  • 1983-present

Developed in 1983, the FLC Seniors Club was established to bring together older members of the Family Leisure Centre (now Trico Centre). The organization is volunteer run and promotes an atmosphere where independent seniors (55+) can participate in events with other seniors with common interests. The club is the largest seniors organization in Western Canada and offers more than 30 activities a year to keep members engaged and active, such as curling, yoga, line dancing as well as trips to theatre presentations in the Calgary area.

Neumade Products Corporation

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  • fl. 1920-1950

Appears to have been a manufacturer of photographic and motion picture film and film supplies.

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