A look at one Calgarian's remarkable journey
Chelsea Gillum, a 23-year-old Mount Royal University student, worked from December 2009 to January 2010 in Uganda as a social worker, and says her experiences there influenced her outlook on life and choice of studies.
- By VERENA ISAK
Bypassing the university life is becoming more acceptable option for graduates
High school students all over Alberta are logging volunteer hours and gathering their portfolios, transcripts and resumes to present to recruiters from post-secondary education institutions all over the world.
Other students, however, are logging work hours, putting together resumes and
- By ALYSSA QUIRICO
A century-old neighbourhood works to keep its unique sense of home
It's a neighbourhood straight out of the movies: Victorian style houses reach for the skies, only to be surpassed by the century-old trees that shade front lawns and line the street's boulevards. The roads are a dream for any kid with a bike. The sidewalks are a never-ending highway for dogs taking their owner for a walk and kids trucking to school.
- By JORDEN DIXON
What goals are your representatives working towards achieving in 2012?
As we move into the year 2012, Calgary's city council will have the chance to focus on a wide array of projects that will hopefully match the productivity they achieved in 2011.
- By SEAN-PAUL BOYNTON