The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


A petition from a Forest Lawn resident to "stop the stroll” on 19th Avenue S.E. isn't being received well by other members of the community, who say relocating sex workers out of the area is not the solution to the problem. 

For more than 25 years, 19th Avenue S.E. has been host to the city's most notorious “stroll.” William Carnegie, former president of the Forest Lawn Community Association, says he and other residents are fed up with what he described as the city's approval of sex trafficking in the area.

One of the centerpieces of Historic City Hall is expected to be back in operation this fall.

The Seth Thomas Clock is the last remaining clock of its kind in Canada.

It would be easy to miss Tea Seremetkoski’s duplex in southwest Calgary among the row of residential homes if it weren’t for one distinctive decoration — the six-foot-high inverted cross on her front lawn.

Seremetkoski, who has been a card-carrying member of The Satanic Temple since 2015, says she has never hid her association with the organization despite its inherent controversial nature. 

The city will be getting its first permanent rainbow and trans flag crosswalks on July 21, Calgary Pride confirms.