Hello Calgary Journal subscribers!
We’ve made it — yesterday was the last day of classes for the semester! I’d like to congratulate all the students and staff who’ve made it through this very different semester. Our editorial team has been working hard to adapt and publish as much outstanding student work as we can.
A few of the stories included in this final edition of the newsletter before winter break are:
- How Calgary’s lead service line map stacks up against other cities
- Alberta announces new mandatory measures to curb the increasing spread of COVID-19
- Sex toys still not regulated in Canada despite their, um, popularity these days
And more, including the rest of Watered Down, our investigation into Calgary’s lead water pipes.
Thank you to our readers and everyone who has submitted stories for publication over the past few months — we couldn’t have gotten here without you. If you still haven’t had the chance to check out our redesigned website, have a look!
— Nicholas Montpetit-Skuba, newsletter editor
How Calgary’s lead service line map stacks up against other cities
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