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Currie Barracks Community Background

The redevelopment of the third and last site at CFB Calgary is well-underway: the 200-acre (80.9 hectare) Currie Barracks site in Calgary, Alberta. About 700 people toured the new Currie Barracks single-family show homes built by Canada Lands Company’s builder-partners when the show home parade was launched, in early February 2011.
Currie Barracks has been among the most eager-anticipated new communities in Calgary. While still based on the principles of smart growth and sustainable community design, the vision for Currie Barracks will build on Canada Lands Company’s previous experience in Garrison Woods and Garrison Green to create an even denser community with a richer mix of land uses, housing types, and servicing innovations to achieve a more complete and integrated community.
At full development, Currie Barracks is expected to accommodate approximately 3,200 housing units of various types, 225,000 ft2 (20,903 m2) of retail space on a European-style High Street. Also, about 300,000 ft2 (27,871 m2) of office space occurs in the development, spread across a number of existing buildings around Parade Square, and in new space above the High Street retail space. This is addition to a private school, and close to 23 acres of parks and open space.
In the fall of 2010, CLC formally dedicated two commemorative parks in the first phase of Currie Barracks: Valour Park and Victoria Cross Park. These parks pay tribute to Canada’s military and to those who served their country during the Second World War


Rutland Park Community Association

3131 -40 Ave SW
Calgary, AB T3E 6W9

Rutland Community association is neighbourhood-based volunteer organization providing a voice for community life, an overall sense of belonging, and social, educational and recreational opportunities for the Currie Barracks, Rutland and Lincoln Park residents.

Currie Barracks, Rutland and Lincoln Park Community Newsletter

The Post is the official Currie Barracks, Rutland and Lincoln Park Community Association Newsletter. The Post is a free glossy covered magazine style newsletter published monthly (12 times per year), and delivered to every household, apartment and business in Currie Barracks, Rutland and Lincoln Park. Consisting of community news, event notifications, philanthropic initiatives, real estate statistics, and babysitter lists, The Post community newsletter has strong and consistent readership and advertising visibility.

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  • Circulation: 3,900 Households
  • 12 Publications per Year
  • Community Calendar
  • News, Events & Photos
  • Community Programs
  • Sports Registrations
  • Church Announcements
  • School Announcements
  • Real Estate Updates
  • Community Babysitter List

Currie Barracks Community Social Media Updates

Currie Barracks Community Elected Officials

Currie Barracks is represented in the Calgary City Council by Ward 11
Councillor Brian Pincott
Ward 11 Office
P.O. Box 2100, Station M
Calgary, AB, CanadaT2P 2M5
Phone: 403-268-2430
Fax: 403-268-8091

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@RockinRoddy @calgarytransit @CalgaryParking now, we just need people to not park in front of it!

Currie Barracks is also a part of the Calgary Currie Provincial Electoral District.
Brian Malkinson

2108 B - 33 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB Canada T2T 1Z6
Phone: (403) 246-4794
Fax: (403) 686-1543

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Brian Malkinson on NDP caucus tweet calling out Drew Barnes… #yyccurrie

CFB Currie Barracks Community Real Estate Statistics

Currie Barracks Active Listings

Currie Barracks Community Demographics

In the City of Calgary’s 2012 municipal census, Lincoln Park and the Currie Barracks had a population of 2,505 living in 1,413 dwellings, a 0.2% increase from its 2011 population of 2,501. With a land area of 1.5 km2 (0.58 sq mi), it had a population density of 1,670/km2 (4,330/sq mi) in 2012. Residents in this community had a median household income of $30,411 in 2000, and there were 28.9% low income residents living in the neighbourhood. As of 2000, 18.8% of the residents were immigrants. A proportion of 62.7% of the buildings were condominiums or apartments, and 62.7% of the buildings was rented. The residential sector is made up completely of rental housing. For more detailed info visit the City of Calgary community profiles site.

Currie Barracks Community Babysitters

This Community Babysitter List is brought to you by Click on the Babysitter’s name to view profile & contact information.
Babysitter Name Age Rate Course
Abigail 19 years old 15 no
Alana 26 years old 12-15 yes
Alexandra 34 years old $12.00 yes
Alison 25 years old $16+ yes
Alison 19 years old 15 yes
Amber 31 years old 15-18 yes
Andrea 24 years old 20.00 no
Angelica 21 years old 13-17 yes
ariel 18 years old 9 no
Ariel 18 years old 10 no
Asha 13 years old 7-9 yes
Ashley 21 years old 15-20; varies with family needs yes
Ashley 21 years old 15 no
Autumn 18 years old 13 yes
Beckie 21 years old 15 yes
Blaise 25 years old $15-$20 yes
Brittney 19 years old 15 yes
Brittney 19 years old 15 yes
Brooke 14 years old $8 yes
Caitlyn 20 years old $12/hr yes
Caleigh 13 years old $10 yes
Camila 29 years old $13 no
Carly 19 years old 14 yes
Catherine 28 years old 16 yes
Cecilia 19 years old $15 yes
Chiara 17 years old 11 yes
Chloe 14 years old 10$/h (min. 3 hrs) yes
Christine 33 years old 25 yes
Christoph 25 years old $10.50 yes
Cindy 24 years old 13 no
Claire 19 years old 12 no
Claudia 22 years old 15$ no
Connie 17 years old 15 no
Danita 22 years old 12 yes
Daria 18 years old 13-14 yes
Deidra 27 years old 15-25 yes
Deidra 29 years old 12-20 yes
Desiree 24 years old Please contact for rate yes
Elaura 19 years old 10 yes
Elizabeth 23 years old 15.00 yes
Ella 18 years old $13/negotiable no
Emilie 24 years old $10.00-$15.00 Flexible yes
Emma 16 years old $10 an Hour yes
Emma 16 years old $14 yes
emma 33 years old 18 no
Emmy 26 years old 16 yes
Erika 19 years old 12.50 yes
Erin 27 years old 12.50 yes
Eugene 19 years old 15 yes
Evelyn 13 years old 4 yes
Genevieve 27 years old 16 yes
Genevieve 14 years old 12 yes
Hannah 17 years old Minimum $12/hour, depending on number/age of kids yes
Hannah 12 years old $6.50 yes
Hannah 15 years old $10 – $14 yes
Harvinder Kaur 32 years old $12-$15 yes
Hayley 20 years old 14 yes
Heather 30 years old 20 yes
Heather 30 years old 10 yes
Heather 30 years old 10-15 yes
Henry 16 years old 11 ~ 20 yes
Jakarta 19 years old 15 no
Jamie-lyn 22 years old $15 no
Jessica 19 years old $12 yes
josefa 26 years old 12 yes
Julianna 17 years old 10 yes
Kaleigh 14 years old 6 yes
Katie 19 years old 10 no
Kayley 16 years old 10 no
Kelsea 24 years old $11.00-$13.00 yes
Kiera 14 years old Negotiable yes
Laura 21 years old 12-20 (will discuss for each situation) no
Lauren 14 years old 12 yes
Lilly 16 years old 11 or above yes
Linda 61 years old $13 no
Louise 55 years old 12 no
Maddy 19 years old 12 yes
Maddy 19 years old 15 yes
Makayla 17 years old $14 yes
Makenzie 19 years old 10 yes
Maria 46 years old $20.00 no
Marina 15 years old 10 yes
Maxine 15 years old 5 yes
Megan 17 years old 12 yes
Michelle 32 years old 16 yes
Mila 23 years old 12.0 no
Modern Babies Playhouse 33 years old 13 yes
Natalie 22 years old 12 yes
Nia 18 years old 10$ yes
Olivia 17 years old $15 yes
Opey 21 years old 12 (negotiable) yes
Polina 16 years old 10 yes
Priscilla 28 years old 14 yes
Salma 39 years old 45 per day yes
sam 16 years old $10/per hour yes
Samantha 16 years old 10 yes
samantha 16 years old $10/hour yes
Samantha 26 years old 15 yes
Shani 24 years old 13 yes
shawna 30 years old 12 yes
Sienna 14 years old Negotiable yes
Siobhan 23 years old 17-20 no
Sophie 29 years old 15 yes
Sydney 25 years old 20 yes
Tamara 23 years old 10/15$ yes
Tania 25 years old 20 yes
Tara 33 years old $15-$20 yes
Taryn 20 years old 15$ yes
Tenzin 19 years old 11-19 no
Teryl 23 years old 10 no
Tianna 17 years old Negotiable yes
Tianna 17 years old $10 no
Vanessa 25 years old $6-$10 yes
Victoria 20 years old 10-11 no
Ya’ara 16 years old 10 yes
Yena 20 years old $15-$20 yes

Currie Barracks Community Map – SouthWest Calgary

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