By Frankie Hart, October 5 2018 —
First-year student Theresa Tacchino returned from her visit home from the holidays with a new look. During Thanksgiving, a fight broke out in her family over cranberry jelly, escalating to a point where … Read the rest
By Kayle Van’t Klooster, October 4 2018 —
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a keystone document in our country, but it has a fundamental flaw. The inclusion of Section 33 — the notwithstanding clause — is perhaps … Read the rest
By Matty Hume, October 4 2018 —
Even in the dead of night, when pleasant dreams fill the minds of sleeping souls from Sundance to Hidden Valley, Ninth Avenue remains a restless stretch of dimly lit pavement. It’s the gateway … Read the rest
By Thomas Johnson, October 2 2018 —
The Calgary Farmers’ Market has announced plans to develop its long-awaited secondary location.
“We’ve long dreamt of opening a second location,” says Calgary Farmers’ marketing coordinator Leilani Olynik. “The opportunity arose to build … Read the rest
By Thomas Johnson, September 26 2018 —
On Sept. 3, the Keep Koi Afloat fundraiser was held at Inglewood’s Festival Hall to support Koi’s invaluable presence in Calgary’s musical community. Koi, formerly known as Café Koi, is an integral venue … Read the rest
By Alena Martin, October 2 2018 —
Scaled, a Calgary-filmed show that makes reptiles the centre of attention, will premiere in Canada Oct. 8 on Animal Planet.
Each episode of the show will showcase intricate custom-made reptile terrariums, with an … Read the rest