The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Giving money may not be the answer to helping the homeless but there are other ways that you can help them get back on their feet. Produced by Amy Simpson & Jolene Rudisuela

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Mount Royal University won’t see any official changes regarding indigenous courses for another year or two, with full implementation expected by 2020.  
Produced by Nicole Auger

Indigenous courses as a requirement for graduation may be in the future for Canadian Universities, or at least for one Alberta University.

Nicole Bracey launched Salt Water Tea a year after she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from the Alberta College of Art + Design. Bracey creates gemstone jewelry and crystal infused candles and runs Greater Goods - an avenue for artists to sell their work locally all year round in a store setting. She answered a few questions on the time and work that goes behind her business. The Calgary Journal wanted to see the contrast between a conventional work week and the work week of an artist. Below is Bracey’s average week for her art and business.

Cliff Hendrickson is the owner of StickFix, a growing Calgary business that is committed to keeping carbon fibre sporting goods out of the dump. Produced by Cassandra Telford

Cliff Hendrickson wants to stick it to expensive hockey gear.