The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Calgary fashion designer talks inspiration and loss while pursuing her dreams

Nina Rahal-Kharey sketching a dress designIt did not take long for Nina Rahal-Kharey to develop a passion for fashion; her parents were both in the clothing-manufacturing business.

Rahal-Kharey, who graduated several years ago from the University of Calgary's engineering program, sits in the basement of her Calgary home.

thumbnailAffiliations bring exposure and opportunities

Five friends recall how they got together in high school for the love of dance. Graduating didn't keep them apart. They reunited in college for the same reasons of passion — to dance.

The Zwarych brothers have achieved success in their business ventures promoting popular electronic talent

thumb PRESSThe club is packed with people of all ages and races edging toward the dance floor. Everyone is talking excitedly and sipping drinks as the sense of anticipation grows within the venue.


Protester challenges very essence of community

BWthumbTavis Ford has been there since the beginning. Reporter Gordo Williamson visited him several times to uncover what makes Tavis tick.

Speaking out: An early introduction

Born in South Africa, in 1970, Tavis Ford came to North Vancouver when he was about four years old. In South Africa, Tavis says his grandfather, Leonard Povall, protested apartheid.