City councillors will have the chance to talk about COVID-19 after the councillor who chairs the emergency management committee called a meeting for Friday. Coun. Gian-Carlo Carra said this was a way to get into
Calgary’s Green Line transit project is sporting a new look, with a refreshed, revamped and focused website. The site launched officially on Monday, the culmination of nine months of work by the Green Line team.
Mayoral candidate Jan Damery, along with five other Calgary city council candidates, called for a city-driven COVID-19 response plan. The group made the announcement outside the historic Calgary city hall Monday morning. Damery was joined
Kim Tyers said since the federal writ dropped, their campaign for the Ward 2 seat hasn’t skipped a beat. “If anything, we’ve actually picked up the pace,” Tyers told LiveWire Calgary. “What I have found
Tahir Merali said there was a void created when current Ward 5 councillor George Chahal withdrew to run in the upcoming federal election. Merali, an engineer and 25-year resident of Calgary, said he’s always had
Two vehicles believed to have information in a recent Crescent Heights shooting are being sought by Calgary police. On Thursday, Aug. 19, officers were called to the 200 block of 11 Avenue NE after reports
Mahesh and Shruti Date decided they would take matters into their own hands when they couldn’t find specific learning programs for their son. It started when they sought out resources to help him develop his
Welcome back to Ward Zero for episode 10! In this 45-minute episode, Esmahan Razavi helps Jeremy Zhao and LiveWire Calgary editor Darren Krause navigate the federal election, rising COVID numbers, racism and harassment on the