Calgary lawyer explains implications of extreme intoxication defence Supreme Court decision

June 23, 2022

The ruling means self-induced extreme intoxication can be used as a defence in violent criminal cases, but the federal government has introduced a bill to "close the loophole"

Innocent woman killed in apparent road rage incident was a mother of five

May 13, 2022

Friends and family of Angela McKenzie have started a GoFundMe to help her kids

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Province unveils a balanced budget with a focus on health care, helping Albertans find jobs

February 25, 2022

Calgary Chamber of Commerce applauds the economic supports for businesses

After receiving a potential lifetime ban in 2019, Alberta chuckwagon driver is rejoining Calgary Stampede

February 9, 2022

Chad Harden was banned after incident that killed a horse and injured three others

Mayor Jyoti Gondek speaks out about targeted harassment at her home

January 12, 2022

Local political expert says protests at the homes of politicians are not garnering support

Is panic buying coming to a Calgary grocery store near you?

November 19, 2021

As BC continues to deal with supply chain issues and panic buying due to the floods, experts are weighing in on whether that will happen in Calgary

The Secret Marathon: Local filmmaker tells the courageous story of a group of Afghan women running for their freedom

August 26, 2021

Kate McKenzie travelled to Afghanistan in 2016 to tell the story of the brave women training in secret to run in the country’s marathon while reclaiming space for their gender in the country.

Community rallies together for Gabbana the Golden Retriever

August 18, 2021

A fundraiser is raising money to help pay for the injuries a golden retriever allegedly received while at a dog daycare near CrossIron Mills.

Local Afghan community helplessly watches from afar as tragic events unfold in Kabul

August 17, 2021

Afghan-Calgarians are terrified for their friends and family back home as the Taliban overtakes the capital.

Daycare Series Part 2: Up to 78% of kids remain in unlicensed child care facilities

August 11, 2021

Jen Woolfsmith’s daughter 21-month-old Mackenzy passed away after suffering injuries in a dayhome; now she’s on a mission to reform unlicensed care to have more oversight and support.

Calgary’s child care part 1: The price women pay for affordable daycare

August 10, 2021

With Alberta’s current child-care programs, many parents have to make the tough choice to spend thousands on child care while pursuing their careers or stay at home with the kids.

Would a 4-day work week be realistic for Calgary’s workforce?

July 19, 2021

The way we work has changed forever and Iceland’s study on 4-day work weeks has us all dreaming of a life filled with shorter weeks and long weekends.

Cuban-Calgarians watch in fear and sadness as a dire situation unfolds back home

July 13, 2021

Many have taken to the Calgary streets to raise awareness of the crisis in Cuba, as they struggle to attain information on their family and friends due to government-induced internet outages.

Canada’s journey to ‘making wolf’

June 29, 2021

As a nominated candidate for ‘National Chief’ of the Assembly of First Nations, Chief Lee Crowchild believes that honesty and accountability are at the root of Canada’s recovery.

Trouble is brewing and it’s ‘not a whisper anymore’

June 16, 2021

The chorus of those speaking out against the craft beer industry’s toxic treatment of women is growing louder.