Both leaders are agents of change and face similar challenges
Within a single year, two Alberta leaders have been elected on a wave of new ideas and new voter engagement. To be precise, it wasn't so much that the ideas were new, but that those who embraced them voted in unprecedented numbers.
Now that Calgarians have innovative leadership at the provincial and municipal level, two intriguing questions emerge: what do these leaders share, and how will they work together?
- By LORI WILLIAMS
Watching Arrivals and Departures brings a human element to YYC
It could be that silent thought in the back of my mind that still marvels at the idea that people can fly through the air.
Or maybe it's the sight of jets speeding up the runway, then suddenly lifting their noses to the sky and leaving the ground so seamlessly. Or it could be the knowledge that going on a plane equals going on an adventure.
- By EVA COLMENERO
One Calgary Journal reporter learns to live with gluten intolerance
I mean, I really like beer – in a genuine, take the first sip and sigh with happiness kind of way. In my mind, there is nothing as satisfying as celebrating the summer months with a cold beer on a warm patio.
So, you can imagine my devastation when I was diagnosed as being gluten intolerant.
- By KATHRYN MCMACKIN
Pectus excavatum surgery was the most painful experience of my life, but the self-confidence I gained made it worth it
Through the shock and the tears I asked, "Whose body am I in exactly?"
At age 10, I had just gone through an incredibly painful and intense surgery that most people will never experience. I knew I would never be the same again.
- By CLAYTON GOODWIN