Hello Calgary Journal Subscribers and happy July!
As the sun shines brightly and the days are long, we find ourselves immersed in the vibrant spirit of summer. It’s a season filled with warmth, adventure, and endless possibilities. Whether you’re basking on a sandy beach, exploring new destinations, or simply enjoying the company of loved ones, summer brings a sense of joy and rejuvenation to our lives.
In this edition of our newsletter, we’re excited to bring you a delightful collection of articles, from rising badminton stars to African empowerment fashion shows!
We encourage you to take a moment to relax, grab a refreshing beverage, and immerse yourself in the pages of our first Summer Newsletter. Let the stories and insights within inspire you to embark on your own summer adventures, try new experiences, and savor the simple pleasures that the season offers.
- African fashion empowerment takes center stage in Calgary Elizabeth Aberefa launches African Fashion Week, creating opportunities for African designers and creatives to showcase their work here in Calgary.
- Calgary Police Service keeps an eye on safety for the upcoming Stampede, World Petroleum Congress Calgary Police Commission joined Calgary Police Service for their regular meeting on June 28, 2023, to discuss public safety and proper policing protocol for events of such magnitude.
- Calgary drops to 7th in the 2023 Global Liveability Index More than 170 global cities are scored for over 30 qualitative and quantitative factors across five broad categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure.
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Sahar Hakimi, a visual artist originally from Tehran, Iran is the Newcomer Artist in Residence at the Calgary Public Library. Her work is inspired by the everyday lives of Iranian women and the freedom she has found to express that in Canada…
Taurai Imbayarwo, originally from Zimbabwe is famously known as DJ Slice and help runs Biggz Entertainment based in Edmonton…
The Calgary Humane Society is investigating after two dogs were abandoned outside their office on Canada Day…
The Yonex Canada Open has seen a jolt in prestige and competitiveness since it moved from Richmond, British Columbia to Calgary, Alberta, going from a Super 100 to a Super 500 tournament…
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