- Published: March 22, 2016
The City of Calgary was faced with a tough dilemma in 2014. After a series of events that culminated in the collapse of a building façade, it was time to take action. Inquiries were gathered. Experts met. The City was prepared to move on a new bylaw to hold owners accountable. Except the law was flawed. Very flawed. In November of 2015 Calgary City Council voted down the proposed bylaw and sent it back to committee to face some serious rewrites.