The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


thumb LLushingtonLegoKidsUpstairs in the library of the Calgary Science School, a group of students huddle around a mat watching intensely as a robot tries to deliver dinner to a waiting kitchen table.

Aside from its computer chip and mechanical parts is something special — it's a robot made of Lego.

Edgemont represents development where the car — not the person — was the priority

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Real estate agents probably don't have too many problems selling homes in Edgemont. After all, the northwest community is full of ravines, schools, views of the mountains and expansive lots; the 16,534 residents in the community have a median salary of $102,950 per year.

thumb CambridgeNearly 40,000 participants in 114 countries engage in Secret Santa program

From Pogs, tea and chocolates, to horror movies — Cambridge Broxterman never knows what she's going to find in her mailbox.

A look at one Calgarian's remarkable journey

Isak thumbChelsea 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.