- Written by Skye Anderson Skye Anderson
- Published: 07 November 2016 07 November 2016
Turning 18 often presents an exciting new chapter in our lives, but this legal transition into adulthood also comes with many responsibilities. Pressures such as rent, food, utilities, healthcare, and even education can become heavy burdens during these initial adult years.
- Written by Kyle Pura Kyle Pura
- Published: 21 March 2016 21 March 2016
Online comments criticize city council’s pay raise
Calgary’s city council received an automatic increase to their salary by 0.88 per cent at the beginning of 2016, bringing the councillors’ salaries to $116,313 and the mayor’s salary to $218,285. In the previous year the salary increase was 3.8 per cent.
- Written by Melanie Walsh Melanie Walsh
- Published: 09 September 2015 09 September 2015
Camp fYrefly is a four-day leadership retreat for LGBTQ youth
Camp fYrefly is Canada's first and only leadership retreat for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-identified, two-spirited, intersexed, queer, questioning and allied youth.
- Written by MELISSA KADEY MELISSA KADEY
- Published: 06 September 2015 06 September 2015
Mobile yoga company helps brides deal with wedding season
Beginning in Vancouver, B.C., in 2004, Innergy has expanded into Alberta. What started as a mobile yoga studio has grown into a business that is known for holding group classes in a corporate setting, in addition to private sessions at home or at work. The company recently expanded to showcase movements at conventions, laughter workshops and is now taking aim at bridal parties.
Heather Johnson, who oversees Innergy Corporate Yoga in Alberta, says more people seem to be joining fitness classes with friends, sparking the idea of bridal yoga.