Welcome to Episode 14 of the Ward Zero podcast! In this episode, Esmahan Razavi kicks things off with a hot take on tweets/misinformation from the account Save Calgary. The trio of cohosts, which includes former
Calgary’s festival of all things art, science, and engineering set new heights on Saturday evening with The Ascent. Beakerhead in conjunction with the Calgary International Film Festival hosted DAVID, a 34 foot marionette that spent
The world’s most popular celebration of German culture is returning to Calgary breweries and cultural clubs starting this month. For Calgarians looking to put on their Dirndl or Lederhosen, partake in a stein of lager
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi sparred with the reeve of an area just south of Calgary on the issue of COVID-19 vaccine passports and misinformation. The dispute happened at the Sept. 17 meeting of the Calgary
Hundreds of heritage trees along Memorial Drive could be at risk as Calgary grapples with balancing Sunnyside flood mitigation and the public realm. Current designs for the roughly $28 million Sunnyside Flood Barrier would force
The Calgary Board of Education has disclosed that nine of their schools have had an AHS declared outbreak. In the past week, these outbreaks have included North Haven School, Braeside School, and W.O. Mitchell School.
Calgarians can now save their shock, and shocks, by finding one of the city’s post-winter-thaw potholes. The city’s Roads Department launched a live pothole portal at the end of August that allows viewers to see
Jun Lin said Calgarians aren’t satisfied with the politicians leading them on Calgary city council. He said the economy is stagnant, the downtown Calgary vacancy rate is still sky high and thousands of citizens remain