We looked inside some of the tweets by @cityofcalgary and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
297. in category Place
359. in country Canada
That's a 78% increase in the number of heads of state and national governments on Twitter from 2011. Which means Twitter is taking over the world. And we're ok with that.
Please be aware @ahs_media has described personal or non-medical masks as a measure to protect others from you, not necessarily as reliable protection for you. You can wear a cloth face covering in public settings where physical distancing is difficult.
As part of our focus on economic relief measures during and after COVID-19, we are inviting members of the public to apply to become a member of our Economic Resilience Task Force. ➡ Deadline: End of day April 8 ➡ More info: http://calgary.ca/economictaskforce …
Only buy what you need for a week. Stockpiling creates additional unnecessary pressure on the food supply chain. We are working with industry to ensure our food supply system remains strong: https://www.alberta.ca/release.cfm?xID=69926EE5B4903-A9C3-5379-F0632EA42528DDAB … #COVID19AB
Please remember that there is no need to buy goods in excessive quantities.
Facing the wall in an elevator might feel rude, but it’s the right thing to do to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Also remember to limit the number of people to 3, avoid touching your face after touching the buttons & wash or sanitize your hands after leaving the elevator.
Traveling has stopped and our daily lives have changed, but Calgary continues to show its undeniable community spirit. From virtual tours to Spotify playlists, to acts of generosity - the love is big in YYC. Please help us share the #LoveYYC from home❤ https://bit.ly/39CQWJn
Our partners at @TourismCalgary have launched a new initiative: #LoveYYC from home. Support local with online activities and delivery from your favourite local businesses, attractions, arts and culture organizations and community groups. #supportlocalyyc
We are continuing to work on new & ongoing development applications, as they are a key economic driver for #yyc. With COVID-19 and physical distancing, you may not see on-site notification posters; but you can stay informed & provide input online at http://calgary.ca/developmentmap .
As a follow-up to the announcement that all public events are cancelled through June 30, we have updated our website with a list of the 79 events that have been cancelled due to COVID-19. The list can be found here: https://www.calgary.ca/CSPS/cema/Pages/COVID-19-Facility-closures.aspx … (7/7)
Our spring street sweeping program has been delayed due to poor weather. With snow & cooler weather anticipated for much of this week, Roads crews will continue to focus their efforts on snow & ice control & will push back the start of street sweeping until April 20. (4/7)
Here’s a summary thread of today’s COVID-19 update. CEMA Chief Tom Sampson said Calgarians are stepping up to the plate & recalibrating to a new normal. We will get to a place where we can once again shake hands & hug our friends, but we are not there yet. (1/7)
Innovation and community spirit have always been at the heart of our city’s business sector, even in tough times. Here’s a great example of a #yyc company helping those in need:
If you were born in the months of January, February or March, and are eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit, apply today! More info on how to apply and eligibility: http://ow.ly/EMAH50z6skC #COVID19
The Government of @Canada is taking immediate, significant and decisive action to support Canadians facing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. More information on how to apply to the Canada Emergency Response Benefit ⤵
ICYMI – here’s Q and A with the American Sign Language interpreters standing alongside Alberta’s top government officials. https://newsroom.calgary.ca/the-helping-hands-keeping-calgary-informed-during-the-covid-19-crisis/ …