The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal



The room was divided during Tuesday’s public hearing as city councillors listened to opposing sides of a possible decision to add fluoride into Calgary’s drinking water once again.

On Thursday, the UCP released its first budget since taking office in the spring. The 208 page fiscal plan includes cuts across the board. Post secondary education is taking a big hit and fees are supposed to rise in a number of different areas. Mental health spending is being increased but public sector funding will be slowly decreased.

Here are five items for young people in Calgary to keep an eye on.

The Calgary Journal went live on election night with political experts, student electoral groups and journalists to discuss the election and what it means for Alberta.

The conversations centered around voter concerns and media coverage over the 40 days of the campaign.

The Conservatives have swept all 13 seats in Calgary, despite the Liberals winning a minority government in Monday’s federal election .