A reporter's struggle to stop trying to help others and focus on herself
Well, they are tough for everybody. But if Shakespeare were around, soliciting for ideas on his next tragedy, he would turn to me for inspiration.
- By Jessica Clark
A Calgary reporter remembers the sound of the train's horn as she slid into its view
With my iPod plugged into the dash of my little Chevy Sonoma truck, I bobbed my head to the tune of country music. The music seemed appropriate for the surrounding scenery of those oh-so-familiar back roads, which had taken me from my parents' house in High River to their farm by Blackie many times. I took in the beautiful prairie fields and roads where I could drive for miles without meeting another vehicle.
- By Lisa Taylor
Contesting an election with two female party leaders
Since the election of Alberta's first female party leader in October 2009, many have wondered if the province's politics were beginning to shift.
- By Lori Williams
In light of the burka ban in France and Canada's current ban of Muslim women wearing face coverings such as the burka and niqab when swearing the oath of citizenship, Sadia Jibran, a local young mother shares her thoughts and experiences on her decision to wear the niqab, its meaning and the misconceptions that follow.
- By Asha Siad