- Written by Abby LaRocque Abby LaRocque
- Published: 11 December 2016 11 December 2016
Ever since the devastating flood of June 2013, the City of Calgary has been actively preparing for the next big wave.
The provincial government however, has been questioned on whether they are doing everything in their power to put flood prevention at the top of their priority list.
- Written by Stephanie Hagenaars Stephanie Hagenaars
- Published: 10 December 2016 10 December 2016
Defeating the right-wing label
Jeromy Farkas, a member of the LGBTQ community and an environmentalist, has left the Wildrose Calgary-Elbow constituency to run for city council. He feels that the current city council members do not represent Calgary’s younger and more diverse demographic.
- Written by Mackenzie Jaquish Mackenzie Jaquish
- Published: 09 December 2016 09 December 2016
Figuring out how to get to school every day is an issue that every student has experienced. Some choose to tackle their homework on transit every day, while others take things into their own hands and battle with other drivers on the Deerfoot 500.
Increase in emergency calls to Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter could be related to economic downturn.
- Written by Malak Amche Malak Amche
- Published: 06 December 2016 06 December 2016
The Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter has experienced a sharp increase in calls to their helpline since the economic plunge.