Hello Calgary Journal subscribers!
Welcome to the first summer edition of our lovely newsletter. We here at the Calgary Journal have been hard at work bringing you local and compelling stories. We hope you’re staying cool in the heat, and enjoying the beginning of summer.
We’ve got plenty of new stories on The Calgary Journal website, including:
- Restaurants and patios are back for the summer — patios and restaurants are back, just in time for summer
- Calgary’s Climate Emergency: The governance of climate change — is it time for Calgary to take a serious look at declaring a climate emergency in its city limits?
- Mothers struggle too: The reality of postpartum mental health — Postpartum depression is a very real and very overlooked issue
- Why is it so difficult to educate Canadians about cybersecurity? — cybercrime is an ever rising problem in the online space, and so few know about it
For some fun in the sun, our other summer editor, Charlotte Holmes, went out and made a photo essay, which you can find here.
—Taylor Charlebois, newsletter editor
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