For years, the federal government has mistreated and disrespected Indigenous people, despite their status as the first people of our great land. Chantal Changon, a well-known activist in Calgary, has dedicated 30 years of her life to ensuring change and being the voice of those who are afraid to speak out.
Entering a haunted house can be tense, terrifying, and spooky; however, behind the scary scenes of Haunted Calgary, you’ll find a huge heart. The volunteer-run event is nonprofit and offers a variety of scare modes, friendly to neurodivergent attendees. [ READ MORE ]
Purple Kisses depicts the story of a young woman who is desperately trying to navigate through life while in an abusive marriage without any support from her immediate family, as seen through the eyes of writer and cinematographer Maryam Ejaz.
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Around 280 artists and creatives gather to celebrate Calgary’s 10th annual Muslim art event on the evening of September 17th. The show featured artists from many different backgrounds, musicians, and entertainers, as well as a variety of foods and beverages for attendees to enjoy. [ READ MORE ]
Despite Alberta being a province famous for its oil production and jacked up trucks, it is undeniable how electric vehicles are progressively showing up on the province’s road each day. The electric car innovation is in Alberta; furthermore, with changes comes opportunity for some and resentment for others. [ READ MORE ]
Over the past two decades, the number of Canadians who have been to college has doubled. Press reporter Ewan Kennedy went down to Baker’s Park to ask the people of Calgary a question: What is [ READ MORE ]
The global music industry is striking a chord with more people, as the number of musicians has been rapidly increasing over the last few years. In a study done by Global Music Report, they recorded [ READ MORE ]