The federal constituency of Calgary Centre may be a conservative place historically. But that doesn’t mean the majority there favours the Conservative party, says Brian Singh, founder of the 1CalgaryCentre website.
Alberta Street News is spreading more than awareness and philanthropic spirit this winter, as its readership reach expands throughout the province. Sexual abuse and poverty are only two of the topics covered by Alberta Street News in its October 2012 issue.
In the depths of the University of Calgary Kinesiology building lies a small and dingy gymnasium which smells a little like sweat all the time, and a lot like sweat during practice. But don’t be fooled by the setting. This nondescript space is an incubator for Olympic medalists in the sport of women’s wrestling.
The Bridgeland-Riverside Ladies’ Night Out, a project spearheaded by Bridgeland-Riverside Community Association President Peggy Wouts, has helped bring women in the community closer together since it was started last year.
This year’s 3rd Annual Holiday Gift Market brought Calgarians in from the cold for a community enriched Christmas shopping experience that didn’t disappoint.
The holiday season has officially begun, with the hustle and bustle of Christmas shopping, decorating and partying in full swing. But Christmas is also a time when charities begin pushing hard for donations.
Mayor Naheed Nenshi flipped the switch on Calgary’s largest free drive-by Christmas light display Dec. 1st at the Confederation Park Golf Course. Its the 26th anniversary for the Lion’s Festival of Lights display, and a memorable one at that: for the first time, the display is 90 per cent green.
The historic Simmons building in East Village was transformed into a Christmas bazaar for the second annual Elves in the Village Christmas Market Dec. 1-2.
One of Calgary’s foremost underground music venues, The Distillery, closed its doors on Thursday Nov. 29, but plans to relocate are already in motion. Sub-leased to the basement of 615…
Eventually every athlete has to retire, though sometimes injury or illness force them to quit while still in their prime.