The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Movement looks to resist law and order legislation that's set to combat crime and terrorism

Picketts thumbA protest held Nov. 24 outside Stephen Harper's constituency office stood as an indication that Occupy Calgary may be evolving from rallies and tents into a broader political movement.

The protest was sparked by the proposed Safe Streets and Communities Act, which has been put forth by the federal Conservative majority government.

Lululemon continues lucrative leaps with spin-off Ivivva Athletica in Chinook Centre

SamandTrinityLuluthumb copyAs Lululemon Athletica launches yet another store in Calgary, marketing experts suggest the expansion represents the Vancouver-based company's carefully cultivated brand.

Just this past month, the company launched their second spin-off store, Ivivva Athletica, which caters to tween girls in dance and gymnastics.

Family that lost loved one due to unsafe left-hand turn want those responsible to pay more than $115

Bigler thumb copyOn Aug.18, 2011, Brett Bardenhagen, 26, was charged $115 for making an unsafe left-hand turn on a highway near Clearwater County, Alta.

This traffic violation resulted in the death of William Tomlinson, who was on his motorbike heading east at the time.

Project aims to fight hopelessness by shedding positive light on unsung heroes

Siad thumbWorld maps and mementos from countries she's visited in the past decorate the four walls of Kate McKenzie's classroom, giving it a global feel that is appropriate for a current events instructor.

The 27-year-old bubbly Red Deer native is cool and collected discussing the project that will see her travel to 10 countries in eight months, leaving everything behind.