The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre hosts annual three-day festival in celebration

thumb Breze CNY1 WebFirecrackers exploded loudly and sent a cloud of smoke into the air around the Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre.

A golden dragon coiled around itself while colourful lions danced in front of a crowd of about 800 Calgarians gathered to celebrate on Chinese New Year's Eve on Jan 22.

A cultural exchange to encourage the continued relationships between the provinces

A dragon, a bull and panda bears — oh my!

Three ice carvings sit in front of the Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre.

Four artists from Harbin, capital city of the Heilongjiang province of China, created the sculptures.

Metres away from homes and businesses, Kaiser Exploration Ltd. could drill as early as April

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A lot of people know what a pain bad neighbours can be.

Constant noise, lights, and activity can be an annoyance for any community. Residents of Calgary' s Royal Oak community are concerned they will soon be welcoming one of these neighbours, but one far less conventional than the usual party-hardy crowd.

Woman shares her story of sexual assault and why she welcomes the initiative

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An awareness campaign, aimed towards men, is providing comfort to one 22-year-old Calgarian who said she suffered two alcohol-related sexual assaults.

The "Don't Be That Guy" poster campaign, which was launched in Calgary by Sexual Assault Voices Calgary in the fall, includes three different images.