SAIT will be competing in the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race in Waterloo, Ontario. Each school must build a toboggan in which the running surface is made completely of concrete.
After a year-long run with their long-time station manager Kai Sinclair, CJSW 90.9 FM, the community driven and run Calgary, Alta. FM and internet radio station is now under the wing of Adam Kamis, a veteran in the Calgary music scene.
A three-per cent drop in employment is expected in Alberta next year. However, SAIT students are confident they can find a job once they graduate even when the recession is an obstacle.
Calgarians have a chance to take a look at what is inside themselves at the new TELUS Spark BODY WORLDS Vital exhibit, which runs until May 31st at the Calgary Science Centre.