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Hello and Welcome to Co-Creating - Beddington Heights!


We want to thank all participants for their engagement and involvement over the course of the last few months! The collaboration is greatly appreciated by the graduate students from the University of Calgary in the School of Architecture Planning & Landscape, the Beddington Heights Community Association, and the Reimagine Beddington Heights Committee. Additionally, a very big thank you to the Agape Language School, its administration, teachers, and students for allowing us to collaborate with the students and be welcomed into your online classes!


At this time, this platform and any of the tools available within it have been closed. This platform is intended to transition into a tool that the Beddington Heights Community Association may use a resource for collaborative engagement with the public and residents of Beddington Heights.




Hello and Welcome to Co-Creating - Beddington Heights!


We want to thank all participants for their engagement and involvement over the course of the last few months! The collaboration is greatly appreciated by the graduate students from the University of Calgary in the School of Architecture Planning & Landscape, the Beddington Heights Community Association, and the Reimagine Beddington Heights Committee. Additionally, a very big thank you to the Agape Language School, its administration, teachers, and students for allowing us to collaborate with the students and be welcomed into your online classes!


At this time, this platform and any of the tools available within it have been closed. This platform is intended to transition into a tool that the Beddington Heights Community Association may use a resource for collaborative engagement with the public and residents of Beddington Heights.




Public Gathering Spaces

We would like to hear about your personal experiences in public gathering spaces. Please answer the question below in a few sentences. 


In the past when visiting a public gathering space, what was your favourite part? 


Thank you for sharing your story with us.
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    A day at the Y M C

    by Suman, 3 months ago
    My favourite part of my visit to the ride to see all the people having fun together
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    A day at rider bike park

    by James , 3 months ago

    My favourite part of my visit to the Kincora park was to see the children having fun together with my family.

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    My favourite part going to Nose Hill Park

    by Ismere, 3 months ago
    My favourite part going to Nose Hill Park is its clean and natural for kids, they have fun including being with family.
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    Children's Park

    by Mimoza , 3 months ago

    My favorite public gathering place is the park where my children play. I take them when it's warm.They climb, jump and play with others children. They laugh and that makes me happy .I get together with the other parents and we talk about our children.

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    Nose Hill Park Is My Favourite

    by Ling, 3 months ago

    I like the Nose Hill . It is very open. Usually I take my dog for a walk. My dog loves it, too. Especially in summer, there are many wild flowers with beautiful colors. I also like to enjoy the sunset and the beginning of the moon at the top of the mountain. It's romantic to see the moon over Calgary.

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    My travel story in Nepal

    by Ling, 3 months ago

    Nepal is a country I like very much. Although its economy is not rich, its culture is well maintained. Most of them are simple, kind and polite. Their historic buildings are well preserved.And the consumption there is not high. I traveled there for a month six years ago and enjoyed the slow life there.

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    What I appreciate in public places

    by Olga Borbat, 3 months ago

    Here are a few important things I enjoy in public places: the opportunity to meet friends, sit and talk, have a coffee (bring it with you or buy it on the spot), and that children can play nearby in the playground.

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    gathering space

    by alicia, 3 months ago

    i like seeing people spending time outside in the spring and summer.