The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Calgarians open up about postponing having children

babywaitingstoryTHUMBAllison Wick, 31, knows what she wants — kids.

"Not until I was about 25 (years old) did I really all of a sudden figure out that I needed kids to be happy; that that was going to be part of my life," she says.

Female Calgarians getting involved in Movember fundraiser

thumbnail copy copy copy copy copyJust because you can't physically grow a moustache doesn't mean you can't enjoy one.

 The Movember fundraiser involves men growing moustaches to raise money and awareness about prostate cancer. Started in Australia in 2003, it has been growing in support and popularity every year since, but has always focused primarily on men and men's health.

Learn how to break the silence during bad dates

awkwarddateinfographicTHUMBAutumn McCabe, 43, walked out of her condo complex towards a man waiting inside a Hummer. The man peered behind his messy hair and dirty jeans and said he had been sick with diarrhea for three days, but was currently on medication.

McCabe was on a blind date.

Canadian mother found solace from her son's incarceration on the World Wide Web

MWSIPThumbnailThe story begins with a question: where do mothers go for support when their sons go to prison?

For former Calgarian mother and Canadian executive director of Mothers With Sons In Prison, Susan Black, that very question led her to discovering a "one of a kind website" that connects mothers from around the globe whose sons are serving time in prisons.