(Source: Calgary Herald)

A zoologist scanning Calgary’s [new development MAP, NEIGHBOURHOODS] last decade would have observed that its dominant bird was the downtown crane, the animal king was a fat-wheeled, shovel-nosed Bobcat, and the common plumage was construction-hat yellow.

The recession may have spooked these mechanized creatures that moved earth and steel during Calgary’s construction spree, but don’t expect them to scurry away.

Read Jason Markusoff’s full article “Calgary’s next decade: dust will still fly over skyline” in Canada.com (January 3, 2009).

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