For University of Calgary graduate student Matthew Kindree the fascination with building reached its peak in the summer of 2015 with his participation in an international competition, the Schulich Off-Road.
Calgary’s Extreme Air Park is 3,900 square metres of activities and fun, with something for just about everyone who loves trampolines.
The end of January was host to a few days of above-zero temperatures, which allowed some local disc golfers to hit the courses a little earlier than usual. Much like its ball-based brother, disc golf requires warm days with little wind, yet with a little more room for forgiveness.
A small crew of SAIT students have been working for months designing a unique concrete toboggan that will be used in a national engineering competition.
The Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race, an annual competition, is being held at Big Rock Ski Resort in Kelowna, B.C. this year. Colin France, an MET student at SAIT Polytechnic, is eager to demonstrate the school’s engineering capabilities.