The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal

Voices

The controversial documentary, Hush, which was screened by Campus Pro-Life at the University of Calgary, left audiences with different emotions about the film and the supposed impacts of an abortion while an anti-abortion activist and a neutral social conflict academic agree on one next step forward.

Nelson Nottveit has always considered himself pro-life, but he never thought he’d be the president of the club. After showing up at the University of Calgary pro-life club's annual meeting, he found himself in the surprising position of being its president, and now he is working to rebuild it.

Growing up, dance was everything. It was the first thing I thought about when I woke up and the last thing I thought of before going to bed. The dance studio was my second home, the place I’d eat dinner, do homework, and hang out with my friends.

A lack of awareness and resources is making it more difficult for police and advocates to combat young Calgarians who are being sexually exploited.