Hello Calgary Journal subscribers!
Welcome to November, and another lovely newsletter. We’ve been blessed with a gorgeous fall season, and so far there still hasn’t been much snow. While we wait for the snow to fall though, here are some of the latest and greatest from the journalists at the Calgary Journal.
- #BLACKEDUCATIONMATTERS — How two local organizers are fighting the lack of diversity in the Alberta school curriculum
- Urinary Track Infections: a Hidden Menace — A deep dive into UTI’s, with expert advice on how to diagnose and handle them
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We hope you stay on top of your assignments during the early weeks of November and remember to stay warm!
— Taylor Charlebois, newsletter editor
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