Calgary Canvas is a five-part series that illustrates two views on city issues. Tune in to hear a new topic every episode, produced and hosted by two reporters from the Calgary Journal.
Episode 5: Paranormal Perspectives
April 16, 2018
In the final episode of the season, Sarah Green and Dan Khavkin delve into the unknown and explore different views on the paranormal. Interviews: Holly Goddard from Wolf Paranormal Investigations & Dr. Chris Seers from the University of Calgary's psychology department. // logo by Nicholas Vicent & the Noun Project.
Episode 4: Student Stress
April 9, 2018
Kyra Bird and Chula Casey look at different sides of student stress, talking to MRU student Lindsay Ulsifer and Sarah Rude from MRU's Student Success and Early Support programs
Episode 3: Wage Wars
April 3, 2018
Nathan Woolridge and Ricardo-Andres Garcia take a look at two sides of Alberta's new minimum wage, talking to server Marissa Corea & Scott Crockatt from the Calgary Chamber of Commerce
Episode 2: Carbon Conflict
March 26, 2018
Bill Atwood and Halen Kooper look at the economic and environmental impact of Alberta’s carbon tax. Interviews: Ryan Johnson, VP at Baytex Energy Corp., and Israel Dunmade, Environmental Science professor at Mount Royal University.
Episode 1: Battle For The Bid
Mar 19, 2018
In this episode, Grace Dirks and Liam Gilles explore what a 2026 Olympic bid might mean for Calgary. Interviews: Dale Henwood, President and CEO of the Canadian Sport Institute, and Peter Watts, radio host of the Alberta Morning News on 770 CHQR.
- By Calgary Journal