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Kensington Road Legion Branch partners with Developer

Legion Branch No. 264 on Calgary’s Kensington Road is the latest branch of Canada’s largest veteran support service to secure its long-term future by monetizing valuable land assets, thanks to a unique partnership with Truman Homes.

As the branch prepares to open the doors of its new facility to members, the project team involved says partnerships between asset rich non-profits and developers looking to densify inner-city neighbourhoods are viable and valuable to both parties.

What’s more, Oliver Trutina, vice-president of Truman Development Corp., is “throwing down the gauntlet” to developers in Toronto and Vancouver to “step up and start conversations with other Legion branches and social organizations whose futures depend upon innovative new revenue streams.”

“We’ve looked at other sites and have also been approached by other Legions and non-profits in similar situations across Canada. Right now, I can’t divulge more than that,” he says. “We’re working to make this project a huge success so that others can see what’s possible. We want it to be a beacon.”

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How Does Santa Transport All of Those Gifts in One Night?

It's a little thing called nanotechnology, which is what makes Santa's "magic sack" possible. Scientists would have you believe that this technique of manufacturing goods atom-by-atom on a microscopic level is in its early stages, but trust us, this is totally a thing and has been in the works for a while now.

Since all things, whether made of gold or Styrofoam, are really just made of atoms, and since atoms are everywhere, it's entirely possible to make toys and video games seemingly appear out of thin air. Clearly Santa's bag is a nanotech factory that can spontaneously build your gifts on the fly. It's the only explanation that makes sense.

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Sprinkler systems

Sprinkler systems - what needs to be protected.  (what is considered a "conealed space")

"Not every space in a structure is required to be protected by sprinklers and NFPA 13 is very clear on why those spaces need to remain unprotected."

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