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.
With a lack of strong candidates and an incumbent seemingly to big to beat a majority of people polled feel that it’s just not worth their time; this is especially true of young voters.
With municipal elections in Alberta slated to take place October 21, election races are just starting to heat up everywhere except for the race to be Calgary’s mayor. Naheed Nenshi is running completely unchallenged, a first for Calgary since the 1930’s.
Despite being hailed as “one of the greatest public health achievements of the 20th Century,” some Calgary parents are questioning the safety and effectiveness of vaccinating their children.
With the recent flood situation and an increase in apartment rentals, students from across the city of Calgary are having troubles in finding a place to live. Kenneth Taylor, VP External at SAIT Students’ Association (SAITSA), said while the situation hasn’t improved for many students, it hasn’t gotten worse either.
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.
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.