With the flu season just around the corner, Alberta healthcare personnel are preparing for this year’s influenza strain.
Calgary Mayor, Naheed Nenshi, has big plans of improving the current situation of poor student housing in Calgary.
With a shoot up in the rental market after the July 2013 flood, students across the city of Calgary have been facing serious troubles in finding housing that fits into their student budget.
SAITSA held a Mental Health Awareness day on Thursday, October 10th. Volunteers came from Pet Access League Society and brought their happy and loving dogs to SAIT, to give students the chance to de-stress, smile and relax before exams start.
“110 days ago we faced the greatest natural crisis we’d ever seen in our city’s history and thanks to the incredible citizens whom we serve, willing to use their own two hands to help their neighbours out of pain, we passed that test, and that proved what a great place we live in.”
Offices, homes and even that obscure corner store down the block are wired to the internet but is there such a concept as being too connected?
On Tuesday, October 1, at 7:00 p.m. a forum meeting was held at Eau Claire Mall for the candidates running for city councilor of ward seven.
Proposed by Premier Pauline Marois, the Charter of Quebec Values has put large numbers of immigrant women in jeopardy by prohibiting them from wearing their religious garb, the hijab, while working in a public sector environment.
Chinook LRT station recently reopened after nearly a year of renovation, but it’s not the only station to be getting an upgrade. Between April to October of next year, the SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee station will also get a makeover.
Local artist, Rosemary Brown, works on her intriguing display of mesh bags and branches, also known as Plastic Fantastic located in the Ledge Gallery at the EPCOR Center, on September 12, 2013.