Jim Prentice, the former Alberta premier, was remembered Oct. 28 during a memorial service at Calgary’s Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium. An estimated 1,500 people, including business and political leaders from across Canada, took in the event. SAIT photojournalism majors Shaleen Ladha and Jeremy Ash were also in attendance and captured these moments. [ READ MORE ]
Around a dozen of selected student’s at SAIT struggling with autism, social anxiety and other factors inhibiting their social skills and ability are meeting with psychologist Barbara Patterson.
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This Halloween, expect to see a lot of solid coloured pantsuits, bad hairpieces, and orange spray tans, both American presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will win big on Oct. 31. [ READ MORE ]
Thousands gathered holding lit lanterns in Calgary for the Light the Night walk to raise funds and awareness for blood cancer and their patients. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada has been holding the annual event for the past eight years, and has 11 official walks across Canada. [ READ MORE ]