Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre hosts annual three-day festival in celebration
Firecrackers 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.
- By ARIELLE BERZE
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.
- By Jessica Clark
Metres away from homes and businesses, Kaiser Exploration Ltd. could drill as early as April
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.
- By Gina Iaquinta
Woman shares her story of sexual assault and why she welcomes the initiative
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.
- By JENNI O’NYONS