Passing trend or the way of the future? Some Calgary businesses are on the cutting edge, experimenting with accepting various cryptocurrencies as payment. The price of Bitcoin has rocketed past $75,000 CDN in recent days.
Walking a fine line to stay in business, Red’s Diner and other Calgary businesses are in a constant tug-of-war with public health restrictions. This time the public health restrictions tugged back. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney
Some Calgarians may have a costly surprise in their mailboxes this month, as the cost of utilities have spiked. Specifically, some Enmax customers seen their utility bill rise nearly 50 per cent in the last
Building on last year’s virtual format, the Alberta University of the Art will be creating a virtual tour of graduates’ artwork for the 2021 convocation and grad show. In a statement released by Dr. Daniel
With COVID-19 taking Calgarians away from live art events, one local glass artist has made the move to online streaming to promote their art and interact with fans. For Kenzie Roth, a fourth-year glassblowing major
The SAIT Trojans have partnered with the Alberta Esports Association (AESA) to bring you the Trojan eSports Showcase Series. The event lanched with the group stages from March 16-25, with the finals this weekend. This
A global shortage in computer hardware throughout the pandemic has been affecting both local businesses and Calgarians alike. From stymied production due to COVID-19, the increased popularity in PC gaming and remote working and the