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Calgary Journal

Hello Calgary Journal Subscribers! Do you also feel like you blinked and suddenly February was over? Spring is around the corner (though with our weather, you never really know what to expect) and our journalists have some great content to share with you. 

This week we have strong stories on pressing topics such as the opioid crisis and carbon emissions. We also have a handful of new photo galleries from our photojournalists, so be sure to check those out! I have a few of them linked in this newsletter.

Happy reading!

This just scratches the surface, so be sure to check out calgaryjournal.ca for all stories and event coverage.

Until next time,

—Kae Burnett, newsletter editor


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Cassidy McKay is in her final year of MRU’s Journalism and Digital Media program, and currently lead editor of the Calgary Journal. She specializes in sports journalism and social media marketing.  Find all of Cassidy’s stories with the Journal here!



Recent photo galleries

Asian Night Market dazzles at city hall

By Cullen Chan

Chinook Blast and the Asian Heritage Foundation cooperated last Friday and Saturday to hold an Asian Night Market at city hall. The market showcased a variety of vendors and atrium stage performances.

Connor Bedard’s super snipe doesn’t stop Hitmen in win over Pats

By George Potter

The Calgary Hitmen withstood a highlight-reel goal from Regina Pats star Connor Bedard to beat the visitors last month at the Saddledome.

Lake Louise: a winter wonderland

By Cullen Chan

These photos, taken on Jan. 26 show the lake at its winter best. The annual Ice Magic carving competition, which ran from Jan. 13-29, was in full swing and the rink was filled with skaters.



Calgary news round-up

Here are some stories from other news sources that I found interesting, hand-picked just for you, plus a bonus read from local independent news source The Sprawl.

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