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Preparing your garden in autumn

Sep 1, 2020
Colourful foliage marks the end of gardening season which can be bittersweet. As temperatures begin to shift and sunlight conditions decline, this is the time to start planning your autumn to-do list. Doing so will ensure your plants stay healthy over the winter and into the spring. Here are some tasks to do before the ground freezes:

Get Your Home Back to School Ready

Aug 10, 2020
Many of us are busy getting the kids ready with new clothes, school supplies, and more, but what about your home? Here are some of our tips for each room in your home to get back to school ready!

Scavenger hunt on the trails

Aug 4, 2020
Get on the trails this summer to enjoy the natural beauty that is woven throughout Sage Creek. Trails wind along our naturalized wetlands, which provide homes for a variety of prairie wildlife while creating serene settings where residents can slow down to escape the bustle of the city.

Blow the whistle on thistle

Jul 9, 2020
Canada thistle is a perennial, noxious weed that has spear-like leaves with sharp barbs. This species has a deep and extensive root system that can rapidly grow back from even a small piece of root.

The hydro corridor

Jul 6, 2020
Sage Creek’s hydro corridor has transformed from a being a dull utility area into a public amenity. The space has not only been revamped for aesthetic purposes but has become an integral aspect of Sage Creek’s network of trails.

Sage Creek’s commitment to Earth Day is every day

Apr 8, 2020
Sage Creek demonstrates the most current thinking on what makes a complete community thrive. Qualico Communities thoughtfully designed Sage Creek as a walkable community by incorporating several sustainable features such as constructed wetlands and native plantings throughout. An abundance of amenities, recreational parks, playgrounds and trails propel residents to be physically active while instilling a sense of connection and overall wellbeing.

What’s the scoop on dog poop?

Mar 9, 2020
Spring can be a smelly time of year for dog owners, especially when turds can no longer freeze into poopsicles. It’s one thing to become lenient in picking up the poop in your own backyard but imagine seeing and smelling everyone else’s dog poop when you’re out on a walk.

How to navigate a roundabout

Mar 4, 2020
While driving in Sage Creek, you may have noticed more roundabouts in this community than used in older neighbourhoods. This is because roundabouts are much safer in high traffic areas than traditional stop signs. When used properly, roundabouts have proven to reduce collisions and the severity of them by promoting continuous traffic flow, lower speeds and one-way travel.

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