Students call shift a 'tragedy'
The Faculty of Education at the University of Calgary has chosen to shift its master of education programs entirely online. This includes specific spirituality courses, which has subsequently caused unrest amongst the student body.
- By DERRICK NEWMAN
Large residential projects on the rise in Calgary
Global economic crisis. Recession. Worldwide financial collapse. With these terms being tossed around by the media so frequently, it seems that the financial world is struggling to survive, and that an individual making any sort of investment is asking to go bankrupt.
- By STEVE WALDNER
Community association working closely with residents and city to find a solution
As car horns honk, the high beams of headlights and drivers mouthing vulgar language can be seen and heard as passengers try to leave or enter the neighborhood of Auburn Bay.
It is 3:16 p.m. and residents along Seton Boulevard have been stuck in traffic for 15 minutes due to the construction around the new hospital.
- By SIBYL BIGLER
Community association searches for resident help in adding amenities
The Kincora Community Association is trying to find volunteers to assist in adding some new amenities into their community.
Community features such as an ice rink and a community garden are in the association's plans, said past president and current board member Bruce Simpson.
- By TAYLOR HAAHR