Hello Calgary Journal subscribers!
Nick again, coming to you with an update on all things Calgary Journal. With the semester nearing an end, our reporters have been hard at work continuing to cover a wide variety of stories and you can expect a ton of new content over the next few weeks.
This week’s newsletter includes some of our top stories from this week:
- New Indigenous film is ‘the perfect project to do for COVID’
- Banff businesses face an uncertain future after a tough COVID summer
- Winter is coming — leaving many Calgary non-profits out in the cold
For those who may have been busy and haven’t had the chance yet, head over to our newly-redesigned website and check it out!
— Nicholas Montpetit-Skuba, newsletter editor
New Indigenous film is ‘the perfect project to do for COVID’
By Angela Lackey
When the world shut down in the spring, live theatre was one of the first casualties. But for Clare Preuss, the artistic director of Downstage, the break gave her the chance to help an important […]
Darren Fuentes shares his journey to becoming a personal trainer
By Ashley Fazekas
NEW PRINT EDITION
In case you didn’t already know, the print team has been hard at work on our November-December 2020 print edition. You can find it on newsstands now or read the digital version here!
In case you missed it…
Calgary Journal Recap: Episode 2
By Dean Cordero
Winter is coming — leaving many Calgary non-profits out in the cold
By Mackenzie Hermann
MRU Cougars soccer captain left with tough choice as her final season becomes a COVID-19 casualty
By Izaiah Reyes
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