Kimberlee Jones and Laurie Anne Fuhr are devoted poets who believe that passions for literature bring innumerable and immeasurable benefits to women.
Calgary Mayor Jyoti Gondek says obstacles can be overcome for those facing discrimination while at an event in early November.
These are four women with different ages, backgrounds, personalities, and life philosophies; however, they share the common belief that women should live fearlessly, do their best, and believe in themselves.
Opening day for the Calgary Tattoo and Art festival was lacking in man-power to accommodate the artists, as the event returned to full capacity for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Currently, it is still Libra season, but Scorpio season is right around the corner, which starts Oct. 23!
We may start to feel this Scorpio energy coming in, and Scorpios are known for being intense.
Adrian Stimson proclaims that after living between residential schools in his childhood, art has gifted him a fulfilment and happiness.
Libra season is a time of finding harmony and balance in your life. It is an air sign, a cardinal sign, and it begins on Sept. 23.
Fallentimber Meadery has connected beekeeping, tourism and community for the last 12 years.
Nathan Ryan, Founder and Operations Manager at Fallentimber Meadery, grew up on the land where the meadery now stands.
Dragon boat racing returns to Calgary after the COVID-19 pandemic, and people come together to race for a cause, and to build community.
The International Centre at SAIT is spending the summer of 2022 building ties between SAIT and cultural communities in Calgary by sponsoring local events.
In a rare combination of celestial events, the height of the Perseid meteor shower and the last supermoon of 2022 will dazzle this Thursday night. Depending on who you ask, this may be a blessing or a curse.
Calgary is aiming to hit goals of the Canada’s Net-Zero Strategy by 2035, and that’s increased demand for electric cars at dealerships.
SAIT’s premier event space the Gateway closes it’s doors after providing students a safe space to have fun.
SAIT optician students prepare to enter the industry that has a labour shortage that has burdened the Alberta optical industry.
Alberta bars and restaurants come together to brings awareness to mental health within the restaurant industry after dealing with the effects of COVID-19.
The Calgary Stampede has returned in 2022 after a cancellation in 2020 due to COVID-19, and a parade that saw a virtual attendance in 2021.
The Schizophrenia Society of Alberta’s (SSA) work across the province is endless as they aim to reduce stigmas surrounding the illness. The society provides programs and initiatives that provide educational support to patients, caregivers, and the public. They also specialize in community education presentations and classes, and they organize larger awareness events, such as the Walk of Hope. The marches […]
Calgarians can now belt out tunes on the way to work thanks to Calgary Transit’s latest move to attract more riders. Read on!
SAIT has officially announced the closure of Campus Centre for Monday, Aug. 1, 2022, which will include SAITSA facilities, Trojans Athletics facilities, the Odyssey Café, and the Gateway Restaurant and Bar.
SAIT’s student association, SAITSA, will be looking for a new home for their facilities as Campus Centre is set to close at the end of Sept. 2022.
Calgary’s anime convention, Otafest, went back to in-person events after the COVID-19 pandemic in 2022, and with so much more to offer.
Calgarians protested in front of City Hall against the acts of violence the Israeli government committed against Palestinians.
Photo series: Calgarians were caught with the most snowfall in a month, and drove off a a winter storm in the month of…April?
A networking app has received a boost from SAIT student participation, and that app hopes to compete with a networking giant in accessibility.