Residents left confused and shocked after Thanksgiving shooting
The quiet and beautiful neighborhoods of Signal Hill had bright yellow caution tape surrounding the streets yesterday, along with police cars stopping anyone who tried to get through to the other side.
- By Anna Majowski
Local advocates hope the move will deter discrimination against trans people
Near the end of September, two MPs from different parties each introduced a private member's bill in thethat seeks to protect the rights of trans individuals in Canada.
- By SILVIA PIKAL
Legislature building packed for swearing-in ceremony
Alison Redford has officially been sworn in as the 14th premier of Alberta, and the first woman premier of the province.
Redford delivered a heartfelt speech to a packed Legislature building in Edmonton after being sworn in on Friday morning.
- By Aaron Taylor
Local choir addresses oppression by being a 'voice for the voiceless'
With the slogan "voices for the voiceless" as their rallying cry, a new Calgary choir known as Harmony Through Harmony is like no other.
The choir, which is also a non-profit organization, promotes social justice through song – raising both funds and awareness for certain causes – while at the same time developing the leadership skills of its members.
- By GEOFFREY PICKETTS