The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Hundreds of Calgary marchers gathered Thursday evening in Marda Loop to support strong gay-straight alliances in Alberta schools.

Amelia Newbert used a megaphone to decry the United Conservative Party’s education plan that could see educators report to parents their children’s involvement in GSAs.
Since October, Calgary has seen hundreds of hospitalizations due to the flu despite the vaccine being offered free of charge.
A bright red fire engine could be seen in the parking lot of the Country Hills Library on a cold Sunday afternoon. But, this was no ordinary call.

Two of Calgary’s finest stopped by the library for Firefighter Storytime, a new partnership between the Calgary Fire Department and Calgary Public Library that brings the city’s emergency crews to read stories and talk about fire safety to local children and families.

Scroll through your Facebook feed and you’ll see it’s the Wild West for political advertisers on Facebook, communication experts say. As Alberta heads to the polls on April 16, political parties and third-party advertisers are corralling votes through mobile apps and online advertising.

All of this comes as online advertisers and platforms face increasing scrutiny from federal regulators concerned with interference that could ultimately influence election results.