Immigrants and refugees may not realize the extent of Canada’s cold weather — what to wear and how to deal with freezing temperatures. It’s a bigger problem when they can’t afford warm clothes.
International Avenue — or 17th Avenue S.E. — in Calgary has long been home to a cornucopia of culture. The strip has been there for decades, once a part of the town called Forest Lawn before becoming part of Calgary in the early 1960s.
Paul Hughes, a Calgary activist and mayoral candidate, is no stranger to the municipal election process. Hughes has campaigned for mayor more than once. He is a passionate activist, veteran, farmer and single parent — one who is very critical of municipal politics in Calgary.
Wildrose and Progressive Conservative party members voted overwhelmingly on Saturday, July 22, to unite Alberta’s right-wing parties.
It was calm and quiet at the Marda Loop community hall on Saturday, July 15. A long line […]
Canada is on the cusp of an exciting time as the cannabis industry begins to grow and the legalization of marijuana is on the horizon.
If you are planning a trip to Banff this summer you had better be prepared for crowds because the park is bracing for an increase in tourism over the summer for Canada’s 150th birthday.
The Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties have a long road ahead of them as they proceed with merger […]
As an MLA for Calgary-North West and single mother, Sandra Jansen works hard to set a good example for women and young people — like her daughter. This motivation pushed Jansen to put her bid in for leadership of the PC Party, but after she was threatened online as well as during a leadership forum in Red Deer, Jansen left the party and crossed the floor to the opposing NDP — a party she had previously criticized during her leadership campaign.