Activists fear another Middle East quagmire may be looming
As international concerns mount over Iran's nuclear program, a group of Calgary activists descended upon the U.S. consulate on Feb. 4 to voice their opposition to Western military intervention.
- By GEOFFREY PICKETTS
3-year pilot project to utilize services for potential reoffenders in Calgary
Provincial government officials announced a new approach to the corrections system in hopes of breaking the crime cycle at the McDougall Centre on Feb. 24.
- By SHANE FLUG
Officials hope to learn travel behaviours to determine future transportation
The City of Calgary's transportation department is conducting a survey that asks households to record their travel experiences for a day.
Whether you take transit or drive, the survey aims to gather information about travel behaviours that will help future transportation decision-making.
- By ARYN GUTHRIE
On Common Ground allows panel of artists to display work, share stories regarding impact of art for homeless
They say you can tell a lot about a person just by looking at their shoes.
So what inferences could be made about a crowd where steel-toe work boots, UGGs, red rubber-boots and runners with the front sole flapping off can be seen?
- By LISA HALLET