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The uncovered stories of some of Mainstreet’s team members

Not every one gets to work with a recording artist, a pilot and accomplished sporting personalities – but here at Mainstreet Equity Corp. I am fortunate to work with just such a group: A musician (Pradaboi), a pilot/karting champion, a soccer star and a track star. They each bring something unique to our company, so I’d like to share a bit of their stories with you. Read More...

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Mainstreet team member, Tyler in Thailand – Travelogue (Part 2)

One of the things I love about Thailand is how easy it is to get around and how incredibly inexpensive it is at the same time. Whether it’s getting around by plane, train, boat, or bus, you can buy transit on almost any street corner for cheap. After spending our first few days in Bangkok we took an overnight bus north to Chiang Mai, which isn’t a bad way to travel. We boarded the bus around 7pm, had a stop around midnight for a meal (included in the ticket cost) and woke up the next morning in Chiang Mai (not bad for $20). Read More...

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Car-less in Calgary, it’s possible and surprisingly easy

You might think of Calgary as a city where you need a car to get around and it’s the only option for transportation. I’m here to tell you about a word that used to be dirty in Calgary but lately has picked up a lot of steam, that word is cycling.

Mainstreet buildings near the core (Inglewood, Bankview, Downtown, Beltline and more) are all very easy to navigate around and get to important things you need like grocery stores, local entertainment, shopping and evening and weekend events & festivals and more. There’s also the downtown cycle track project which just celebrated its first birthday and is a great way to navigate the core and take some stress out of riding your bike as you get your own lanes to comfortably ride in that allow easy access and traversing of the city center.  Read More...

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