Symposium to engage all groups of society to discuss multicultural initiatives
An upcoming conference, billed as the first of its kind, is working towards creating "barrier-free" organizations across Calgary that promote openness and non-discriminatory hiring and operating policies.
The Calgary Police Service is hosting the 2011 Diversity Conference from Nov. 8 to 10.
- By ERICA POLLOCK
Online forums could create platform for harassment of girl gamers
But since the Internet's explosion into the mainstream, the trend of online harassment towards females is becoming seemingly commonplace.
- By DANNY LUONG
Students call shift a 'tragedy'
The Faculty of Education at the University of Calgary has chosen to shift its master of education programs entirely online. This includes specific spirituality courses, which has subsequently caused unrest amongst the student body.
- By DERRICK NEWMAN
Large residential projects on the rise in Calgary
Global economic crisis. Recession. Worldwide financial collapse. With these terms being tossed around by the media so frequently, it seems that the financial world is struggling to survive, and that an individual making any sort of investment is asking to go bankrupt.
- By STEVE WALDNER