Calgary parents, already nervous about their kids’ return to school Sept. 1, are frustrated the province has now backed off physical distancing rules in classrooms. Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, signed
One person has been charged and two victims in Friday’s double homicide in Sandstone have been identified. Police are still looking for two additional suspects. At 8:40 p.m. Friday, Calgary police were called to the
Calgary-Elbow students are still pushing for clarity on Alberta’s education budget after speaking with their MLA, Doug Schweitzer. Led by 11-year old Nora Vukadinovic, eight other students from Elboya School, William Reid School, Altadore School
Earlier this year, the Alberta government announced it intended to partially or fully close dozens of parks and hand off management of 164 more. When Calgarian Tanya Yeomans heard this, she wanted to see which
A new southwest Calgary Costco store is the first-ever opened on First Nation land in Canada. The 151,000 square foot warehouse opened Friday, in the Taza development on Tsuut’ina Nation land in the city’s southwest.
Calgary will once again welcome carsharing, as Communauto will launch 150 cars in the city starting today. This comes roughly one year after popular carshare company car2go left the city amid rapidly changing mobility options.
So far, the response to the closure of Crescent Road NW has been, well, overwhelming. Even “transformational.” Now the north Calgary community wants the city to extend the road closure along the McHugh Bluff for
The director of Calgary Transit said they’re not punishing anyone, it’s a matter of carrying out a plan in the works for two years. On Tuesday, the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 583, took issue with