Earlier this year, buried paragraphs deep in a blog post on Calgary’s downtown, Ward 7 Coun. Druh Farrell announced she wouldn’t be running in the upcoming municipal election. She was first elected back in 2001.
Don’t worry – we still have plenty of coronavirus content inside this month’s show. But, we’ve got great interviews with Calgary’s outgoing Poet Laureate Sheri-D Wilson and Righteous Gelato owner James Boettcher and the company’s
In this month’s episode, host Darren Krause, editor at LiveWire Calgary, talked with two people at the forefront of helping others as the coronavirus began in our city. Krause talked with local photographer Neil Zeller
Dr. Richelle Schindler, a resident physician at the University of Calgary, who specializes in Public Health and Preventative Medicine, chatted with LiveWire Calgary editor Darren Krause about tackling the monumental task of tracing the steps
The inspiration for Haysboro rocks comes from Morgan Turigan’s two kids and their desire to bring rocks home from the playground. You can find out more about how that created a community activity that’s stone
In our first episode of 2020, LiveWired in Calgary host Darren Krause looks at changes to the way Alberta has funded post-secondary, actual data on crime trends around Calgary’s Supervised Consumption Sites (SCS) and a
Lucky number 13! In this month’s episode, LiveWire Calgary editor, Darren Krause talks with Calgary artist Katie Green about her multiple-surface art installation along Calgary’s RiverWalk in the East Village. We chat with Calgary cyclist
When veteran Calgary journalist Arthur Kent first travelled to Afghanistan four decades ago, a year had already passed from the time US ambassador Adolph “Spike” Dubs was kidnapped in Kabul and killed. A cloud has