Bilingual stop signs could be coming to historic Mission district

  Calgary Herald 

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Calgarians biking and driving the streets of Mission could soon be tapping the breaks at street corners featuring traffic signs with the words: STOP/ARRÊT. Coun. Jeromy Farkas is proposing bilingual stop signs be installed on streets in historic Rouleauville, a part of Mission that was once a distinct village bordering Calgary that was home to […]

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