Friend's diagnosis sparked determination to contribute to non-profit organization
On any given day, Roseline Carter stands within a jumble of activity at the non-profit organization AIDS Calgary Awareness Association.
Among the daily tasks of supporting, counseling and working with those who are HIV positive, Carter was also adamantly involved with the preparations of this year's World AIDS Day celebrations, which took place Dec. 1.
- By APRIL IP
'Art incubator' will be the first of its kind in Calgary
The facility, which will be created in the long-time-closed King Edward School, will be the first of its kind in Calgary.
- By NICOLE BUTZ
Endowment fund from Métis Nation of Alberta will help students achieve academic goals
Swain, who is enrolled in the bachelor of midwifery program at Mount Royal University, funds her own education and said she thinks it would be unfortunate if "financial barriers" prevented her from getting the training she needs for her future career.
- By Krystal Northey
Movement looks to resist law and order legislation that's set to combat crime and terrorism
A protest held Nov. 24 outside Stephen Harper's constituency office stood as an indication that Occupy Calgary may be evolving from rallies and tents into a broader political movement.
The protest was sparked by the proposed Safe Streets and Communities Act, which has been put forth by the federal Conservative majority government.
- By GEOFFREY PICKETTS