Gender identity, LGBTQ representation, and family dynamics were the stars of the show in this year’s winner of the W.O Mitchell book prize. It was another online-only year for the Calgary Awards as the winners
Mackenzie Fraser is doubling down on making her dreams come true. Fraser, 28, a youth counsellor at the YWCA Calgary, is funnelling her passion for jewellery to help fund her lifelong dream of writing a
Local artisan and publisher Robert Angus is seeking the public’s assistance in keeping his century-old, “Octavia Book Bindery,” open for business. After running the bindery out of his West Hills home for the past two
The unofficial guide to escaping your couch during a pandemic In light of new public health measures announced Tuesday, the need for pandemic-conscious activities has never been higher. Toronto-based food and travel writer Jennifer Bain
So, what’s with our obsession to measure things? In a new book called Bad Data by Calgary author and planning professional Peter Schryvers, he examines what we’re measuring and why often it’s the wrong thing.
Hundreds of city schools will be without long time reading support programs now that Calgary Reads has suspended two of their in-school offerings due to budget uncertainty and a drop in donations. Calgary Reads has