Hello Calgary Journal Subscribers!
My name is Samreen and I am excited to welcome you to the final edition of our summer 2022 newsletter! We hope you’ve enjoyed the exclusive stories from the past three months. My colleague Josh and I have definitely had fun bringing this interesting local content to our readers.
Are you caught up on all our great reads from August?
- Calgary communities help Ukrainian refugees feel at home Since many Ukrainian refugees have been forced to leave their homes, Calgarians have been engaging in efforts to support them as they adjust to life in the city.
- Documentary addresses treatment of mentally ill Wendy Hill-Tout is releasing a documentary centred on her family’s search for her brother on the streets of Vancouver as she examines why so many people with mental illnesses end up homeless or in jail cells instead of receiving health care.
- New handbook guides communities in helping name and rename city projects The handbook features an eight-step process designed to help people approach the naming of their projects correctly, focusing on purpose, decision-making, reconciliation and learning.
Don’t forget to visit the Calgary Journal website to see all our stories. Stay tuned for new content from journalism students in September!
—Samreen Ahmed, newsletter editor
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