At any given time, up to 150 Calgary Journal reporters are infiltrating their neighbourhoods, their communities, their city, their world. Our special projects showcase some of our strongest journalism investigations, ranging from street photography to in-depth coverage of news issues affecting our day-to-day lives.
Mental Health Mind Map
The Calgary Journal's Mental Health Mind Map series dives into the complexities of mental health. Through eight podcasts and additional stories, our reporting team captured a multitude of voices and experiences that unpacked many mental health issues. Thanks to our Calgary partner, the Canadian Mental Health Association for its role in supporting stories that matter.
The Calgary Builds website is the result of hard-working Mount Royal University Online Journalism students who culled information from the City of Calgary, hit the streets to interview key people and also dug deep into previous media coverage to highlight a variety of infrastructure projects that will transform Calgary for decades to come.
Federal Election 2015
Many were surprised when Justin Trudeau's Liberals cinched a majority in the October 2015 federal election. The Calgary Journal offered unique coverage of the issues, ranging from a test-your-political-smarts video feature to intimate recorded conversations featuring Calgarians with different backgrounds sharing their concerns.