The University of Calgary recently announced their petroleum engineering program would suspend admission due to industry changes. However other related programs throughout post-secondary institutions haven’t seen similar changes in their enrolment. Gwen O’Sullivan, the chair
The 2021 Tokyo Olympics are right around the corner, but for athletes and their families alike it’s going to be very different compared to other years. Tokyo declared a state of emergency, which came into
COVID saw many changes in Calgary’s restaurant landscape, including the introduction of patios to facilitate outdoor dining throughout the city. Now, Ward 8 Coun. Evan Woolley wants to help make the seasonal patios program permanent.
Funding for updates in several exhibits in the Canadian Wilds area of the Calgary Zoo was announced Tuesday, as well as a new exhibit featuring a Canadian icon. Dr. Clément Lanthier, the president and CEO,
Groups advocating for the preservation of a northwest Calgary creek believe a statement of defence from the city solidifies their claim. The City of Calgary filed a statement of defence on Feb. 8, 2021 in
An aggressive coyote in the city’s northwest will be destroyed, the city said Monday. An increase of interactions and sightings of coyotes in the city has set Calgarians on edge. Most recently, there were a
Calgary city councillors voted no to having their own fair deal question on the October municipal election ballot. Councillors discussed the idea in day two of the combined meeting of council on Tuesday. The idea