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Member Benefits

TGCA Member Benefits Program


Supporting business in your community  


The TGCA has partnered with local businesses to provide a promotion for both TGCA Members (Voting and Non-Voting), and our local businesses. 


If you are a local business who would like to get involved in our member benefit program, please call the office at 403-274-6840 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


TGCA members are entitled to the following benefits at these establishments:



Hunterhorn Save On Foods

Visit Hunterhorn Save On Foods to save 10% off of your groceries every time you spend over $25!! That’s

a potential savings of $1000s in a year! All you need to do is make sure your membership is up-to-date, and then come into our office here at the TGCA and get your discount card. Show the cashier your discount card each time you shop at Hunterhorn Save on Foods, and you’ll get an additional 10% off of your purchase.

10% off all purchases over $25 for TGCA Members


Please note that this offer excludes 15% Tuesday promotion, pharmacy and lotto purchases. 



Martin’s Pest Control 

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In order to serve you better and faster, Martin’s Pest Control is using leading edge electronic technology with real time reporting. This is set up at every visit, and means we will send you an electronic report which also includes photographs of our findings. All of this is done in real time.

10% off all service for TGCA Members

Addresses - Calgary SE Address: 70 Shawville Blvd SE #240 Airdrie Address: 836 1st Avenue West, Airdrie | Phone: 403 - 460 - 7213 |



Thorncliffe Family Dental

Thorncliffe Family Dental

Their general dentists, Dr. Muoi Leong and Dr. James Peng, and staff understand the value of oral health and provide a welcoming environment for family dental care, where strong smiles are nurtured. They welcome children and adults for preventive oral health treatments and dental restorations and will be happy to make an appointment for you and your family today.

10% off all services for TGCA members

Unit #4 - 5602 - 4th Street NW. Conveniently located beside the Shoppers Drug Mart and just next to the Royal Bank, with plenty of free parking.

Phone: 403-274-7033 | Website:



Calgary North Decorating

As an independent Benjamin Moore Retailer, with over 20 years’ experience. Calgary North Decorating provides their clients with Premium Paint Products, a variety of Window Coverings and Interior Design Services.

$10 off all gallons of paint and 20% off supplies, and as a possible third option up to 40% off blinds for TGCA members.

Address: 920 Northmount Dr NW, Calgary, AB T2L 0A9 | Phone: 403-289-6227 | Website:



Seca Sport and Marineseca marine logo

Established in 2008 and locally owned; Seca Surf and Marine was created to provide boat service, storage, detailing, and hauling to the Kelowna, Lake Country, and Vernon areas. Since its grassroots beginnings, Seca has expanded its operations to provide a one-stop shop for all marine and watersports enthusiasts. Seca was built on a foundation of providing top level service and products by a staff of watersports enthusiasts. Seca's customers return year after year to check in on new stock, the latest and greatest in technology, equipment and accessories or just to shop for cool surf gear.

10% off all retail products in Seca Sport and Marine's Gift Shop for TGCA members.

Address: #108 620 46ave NE | Phone: 403-291-5555 | Website:



Coastal Day Bliss SpaCoastal Bliss Icon Logo

Enjoy a getaway at home or have the perfect corporate event. Pamper yourself, your friends, or your employees with the perfect fusion of luxury, quality, and convenience through an extensive array of mobile services. Massages, skincare, and esthetics services, we bring it all to you! Our mobile services come to life right in your home, office, or hotel.

10% off at Coastal Day Bliss Spa for TGCA members.

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Phone: 403-818-4728 




One Piece IT onePieceWeb1 2

One Piece IT relieves IT related pain points and provides proactive solutions for small and medium sized businesses.

10% Off Services at One Piece IT for TGCA members.

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Phone: 403-775-1761, ext. 205 | Website:



Red Bison Breweryred bison brewery logo

Red Bison Brewery: Our passion grew from home brewing on the balcony of our downtown Calgary condo. Now we are brewing in our very own brewery in NE Calgary. We love sharing our story and brews.

Stop by and see them for $5 pints and $10 growler fills every Thursday for TGCA Members. See their website for hours of operation.

Address: 3016 10 Ave NE | Website:



The Strength Edge

The Strength Edge is the premiere strength sports training facility in Calgary. We are the proud home of many competitive Strongmen, powerlifters, and other athletes. From complete beginners to world class athletes, if you want to get stronger, this is the place to be.

TGCA members receive 50% off their first month at the Strength Edge

Address: #1 4828 Pacific Rd. NE | Phone Andrew: 403-901-4141 |

2018 Director Report

Director Update

It has been a busy year fund raising for the Thorncliffe Greenview Community Playground Replacement Team.

To date we have raised approximately $400,000.00 in donations and grants for the TGC Accessible Playground  (Lets All Play 2gether).

The City of Calgary has informally stated that the site will be prepared in April 2019.

The installation of the Playground is scheduled for May 2019

The TGC Replacement Team is looking for donations and volunteers.

We need:

Advertising Materials

Signage for Playground

Use of a Bobcat

Landscaping Supplies and Service

Lafarge will be donating all concrete and gravel for the project

We are also hoping to create a donor wall inside the Community Centre.

I would like to thank Maureen O’BrIen and Amanda Ocampo for all their tireless work and tremendous efforts as we could not have done this without them.

Patrick Saunders

2018 Public Service Report

PSR for Oct 2018 AGM:

In reflecting on the past year of the TGCA public service events, it’s hard to delineate the progress of issues that have been slowing grinding on for years.

Nevertheless here we go:

Calgary Drop In Centre & the Old Hotel:

Mandated discussions continued with the DI regarding a Citizens Liaison Committee & a Good Neighbour Agreement. In late 2017 at a TGCA hosted public meeting, the DI in an attempt to demonstrate a change in attitude and leadership at the DI made an apology to the community. This was later published in the Horizon. In early 2018 public allegations of workplace bullying and sexual harassment were made against the DI. The named individuals were the same that TGCA had encountered significant strife with in the long six year engagement over this project. The executive director of the DI stepped down and an investigation of the organization was undertaken by both province and city. TGCA stepped away from negotiations during this time. On Oct 24 we finally met again with DI leadership including a new executive directive. We are hopeful that a transformative change is taking place with the DI as all we have asked for and more is now inclusive in the project. While it is tempting to say that TGCA played a part in the DI’s reform, we can at least say we have been on the right side of the debate (often against tremendous pressure) since more or less the beginning.

Golf Course Development:

Similar to the DI, a nearly transformative change has taken place over the past year. In a condition as part of the land use change application for development of the site a “regional water study” was completed and essentially confronted any possibility of its expected building plan. Again we can feel vindicated for holding to a likewise position since 2013 when this began and again against pressure often from community voices that we were taking a losing and less than progressive perspective. During the last year we have continued to have discussions with water services, toured elected officials on the site and proudly participated in the first ever “Sprawlcast” taking a journalist “into” the creek itself.

Secondary Suites:

After eight years of advocating for secondary suite reform. TGCA was pleased to go before City Council when a motion finally passed to improve the process.

Homeowners will no longer need to seek a land use change to develop a suite and significant rules are in place to ensure suites are safe and meet all planning criteria.

Laycock Park:

This disappointingly is being shaped without the promised wetland creation and riparian zone improvements initially promised from 2007 onward. A new bridge and playground are however part of Laycock Park’s redevelopment.

Outdoor Amenity Space:

TGCA worked with an architectural student from the U of C to develop a future plan to compliment the upcoming playground. Concpet drawings can be viewed in the office.

North Hill Planning Engagement:

TGCA successfully lobbied the city to have at least part of our area included in this upcoming process. All residents can go online to add feedback as this begins.

Greenview Industrial Business Improvement Area (BIA):

Mandated by council just over a year ago we have been pleased to attend BIA meetings and provide support to this group as we have continued to do with the GBA (Greenview Business Association) and Skyline Industrial businesses.

Community Representation Framework:

Continue to engage with FCC the city & other community associations on what may change the very structure of how city engagement and community association operation works in the future.

Wing Kei:

Ongoing meetings with the Wing Kei group on what may be a major development for them on Centre Street and 40th Avenue


Reviewed and commented on over fifty development permit and land use applications including six cannabis retail locations in this area (all of which are still going through the process)

Finally thanks to all who have contributed to the public service for TGCA this year who are either members of the board or not.

Marvin Quashnick