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Website launched seeking virtual feedback on Kapyong Barracks design plans

Website launched seeking virtual feedback on Kapyong Barracks design plans

A website has been launched to let the public see what the future will hold for the old Kapyong Barracks land on Kenaston Boulevard in Winnipeg. The site, treaty1.ca/Kapyong, goes through the timeline, history and current design aspects of the project. Canada Lands Company (CLC) told 680 CJOB it has had to scrap in-person sessions with the community because of the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE: Demolition of Kapyong Barracks to start next week “We’ve pivoted and developed the project website that will provide anyone who is interested about what’s happening on the lands information about the project,” said Chris […]

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New pedestrian bridge at Prince’s Island Park should be ‘special,’ first design kiboshed

Proposed design of a new pedestrian bridge in Prince

What are your thoughts on the pedestrian bridge in Prince’s Island Park? How do you think its replacement should look? That’s just what the City of Calgary is hoping to hear this weekend at an open house about improvements proposed for Eau Claire, including replacing the ailing Jaipur pedestrian bridge. READ MORE: Calgary city councillor disappointed with continued delays in Eau Claire development The bridge, which opened in 1968, is slated for replacement as it’s “reached the end of its service life,” according to the city’s website. Officials hope the new bridge will meet the following criteria: Meet current […]

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Okanagan student wins gold at national website design competition

Okanagan student wins gold at national website design competition

An Okanagan student topped the field this week at a national website design competition. Aidan Eglin, a Grade 11 student at Pleasant Valley Secondary School in Armstrong, competed in the technology division at the Skills Canada event in Halifax. His website entry on a maritime seafood restaurant was judged the best of all the national competitors. WATCH BELOW (Aired Dec. 21, 2019): Okanagan teen’s scheduling app gaining momentum 1:56 Okanagan teen’s scheduling app gaining momentum Okanagan teen’s scheduling app gaining momentum “We don’t know yet how the judges scored, but my observations were that Aidan completed the tests in […]

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Heritage Ottawa ‘unimpressed’ with new Château Laurier design – Ottawa

Heritage Ottawa ‘unimpressed’ with new Château Laurier design - Ottawa

“The most disgraceful act of heritage vandalism of our generation” is how Heritage Ottawa describes the redesign of upgrades to the Château Laurier in a report they released Sunday. “The revised design fails to resolve — or even address — the underlying flaw that impaired all of the previous attempts,” said the organization in their statement. “The angular, blocky massing and style of the proposed addition remains intrinsically incompatible with the romantic sensibility of the historic Château.” READ MORE: City earmarks $300K of leftover project cash for autonomous vehicle test track According to the city of Ottawa website, the new […]

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Strathcona County business owner says website was hijacked by design company – Edmonton

A screen shot of what Rick Potts’ website looked like on Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.

EDMONTON – A Strathcona County business owner says his company’s website was hijacked by the web design company he hired to maintain it, and he’s losing business as a result. Rick Potts is the owner of Advance Track Setting Systems, a company that makes grooming equipment for cross country skiing. As a part-time, seasonal business, Potts says he relies on his website to stay afloat. “I probably get 98 per cent of all my customers through the web.” At least that was the case until a couple of months ago, when Potts says his site was taken over by TRi-D-FX. […]

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Globalnews.ca wins international award in media web design

Globalnews.ca wins international award in media web design

TORONTO — Global News has won an international award for best overall website design. The winners of the EPPY Awards were announced Wednesday afternoon. Panellists chose the Global News site for the top media-affiliated design award among many other major international websites. Now in its 18th year, entries in the EPPY Awards are judged by a panel of notable figures in the media industry, chosen by the staff of Editor & Publisher. Globalnews.ca relaunched last spring with new technology that automatically recognizes your screen or mobile device, then optimizes the layout and content to create the best possible news experience. There is no app required […]

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