Hello Calgary Journal subscribers!
It’s crazy to think we’re already at the tail-end of the semester. Things really do fly by! I wanted to take some time and look back on many of the great stories that have come out of the Journal over the past year.
Maybe I’m feeling nostalgic as this is my second-last newsletter with the Journal, but here are some of the best that have come across our desk.
- Calgary salon owner juggles home, business and family life — a gripping story of how a salon owner juggles all aspects of her life amid the pandemic
- Mothers Struggle too: The reality of postpartum mental health — an in depth look at how women are affected during the birthing process
- Egg-citing changes to Calgary pet bylaws allows for backyard chickens — the verdict is in, the city is now allowing homeowners to adopt a pet chicken in a community near you
- The toughest cases of homelessness: Is there a way out? — the never ending issue of homelessness in Calgary
- The illegal man: The story of Adebayo Katiiti — the story of a man who left his home to find a new one that is more accepting and inclusive
This is just a taste of some of the great work reporters at the Calgary Journal have done over the year.
Check out our new events page if you’re interested in the rumblings and happenings in the city, and don’t be shy to shoot me an email if you see or hear anything news worthy.
—Taylor Charlebois, newsletter editor, email@example.com
Four powerhouse punk ensembles took the stage on October 29th, 2021 at the Palamino Smokehouse.
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