Interesting features on people and places
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 ]
Inflating food prices complicate Calgary’s residents’ attempt to lead a healthy lifestyle and buy affordable groceries amid difficult times, ranging from weather conditions to rising prices for produce importers outside Canada.
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Despite the number of crimes happening in Canada, including a deadly stabbing spree in Saskatchewan, immigrants from various countries say they still have confidence in local law enforcement. [ READ MORE ]
After two years of pandemic-related setbacks and precautions, the annual Terry Fox Run kicked off at Chestermere High School (CHS) on Monday, September 19. The run intends to honour Terry, bring awareness, and raise money for Canadian cancer research. [ READ MORE ]