Visit these outdoor rinks in and around Canmore, Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Invermere and Fernie.
The Calgary-based animal-rescue organization saves dogs and cats from high-kill shelters and finds them foster or adopted homes.
Adam Thompson started Friday Sock Co. four years ago, and has grown the business to an expected million dollars in annual sales. He makes his products with ethically sourced materials and labour and donates socks to the Mustard Seed and Drop-In Centre. Read full profile here Photo by Jared Sych
Ellen Parker’s firm Parker PR has organized events such as Kensington’s Diagon Alley (now Fantasy Faire). She’s passionate about giving back and helping to connect people, businesses and communities in like-minded collaborations. Read full profile here Photo by Jared Sych
Over the past six years, Kirsten Fleming has almost doubled Run Calgary’s operating budget and added three full-time staff positions. She is making Calgary a destination for elite runners, while promoting the already-existing running community in the city. Read full profile here Photo by Jared Sych
Nathalie Huerta is the owner of The Queer Gym, the first inclusive fitness centre in the U.S. Here she shares some of her favourite spots, including where to go on a hike and experience the arts. Read the full interview here Photo by Soraya Matos
Anthony Beauregard played his first game with the Laval Rocket since signing an amateur tryout contract on March 20. This deal comes after the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey forward won the Most Outstanding Player award in U Sports this season, recording 60 points in 28 games. The Stingers season came to end earlier this month... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdxEp17uvoA Video report made for Jour 321 Visual Journalism class. Written - Matthew Coyte VO - Matthew Coyte SOT - Allison Reilly
Written by Matthew Coyte and Megan Hunt Mandatory consent training for university staff and students dominates conversation Concordia students and department association representatives voiced their thoughts on potential sexual misconduct policy changes at a student congress hosted by the Concordia Student Union (CSU) on Feb. 28. At the end of the night, attendees voted on... Continue Reading →