Tags » Calgary

Saturday Snapshot Dec. 3: Late Autumn

After I came back from London in mid October, the Pond already looked deserted. Suddenly in the last few days my Air (Avian) B&B was buzzing with activities again. 218 more words

Photography

Nelson: Aboriginal job losses are worth a protest

As though we don’t have enough homegrown protests over our own pipelines, it appears Alberta is now a prime venue on the Standing Rock world tour of indigenous indignation. 672 more words

Calgary

Your letters for Saturday, Dec. 3

Legacy of Olympic bricks will endure

Re: “I’ll take my Olympic bricks back, thanks,” Letter, Nov. 30.

This past week, the city received an outpouring of heartfelt memories of Olympic Plaza from near and far. 1,180 more words

Calgary

Craig: City hall is out of touch with reality (with poll)

Earlier this year, my wife and I were walking our dogs at Sue Higgins Park in southeast Calgary when we noticed something quite surprising … but symbolic. 587 more words

Calgary

The best sandwich ever

It is seeming to become an almost weekly event, the boy and I going to the Italian Centre on Friday evening for a grocery shop and a snack. 318 more words

Happiness

Man found guilty of attempted murder in Calgary bar shooting

Paraplegic Ralph Pierre was believable — despite his criminal past — when he identified the man who shot him, a judge ruled Friday.

Justice Glenda Campbell dismissed defence lawyer Kim Ross’ argument Pierre was an untrustworthy and dishonest witness when he said Kinnon Sutherland fired the shots which confined him to a wheelchair. 212 more words

Local News

Before boy died, mom searched internet for home cures to childhood ailments

For more than a week before her son died, Tamara Lovett scoured the internet looking for cures for childhood ailments, a computer expert testified Friday. 403 more words

Local News