The Calgary chapter of the Tetra Society is a volunteer-run organization that creates assistive devices for people who are challenged with disabilities.
The Giller Prize-winning Calgary author's newest book, The Shoe on the Roof, was published this past October.
This pro lacrosse player made it to the big leagues while still in medical school. He's still part of both the sport and medicine worlds, playing for the Calgary Roughnecks while working as a family doctor.
He's also a go-to guitar repairman in the city.
Soaking in an open-air hot spring on a snowy day is a classic Canadian experience.
Before the debates take place, March 26 to 29, read this article that became a book about Davidson's lessons of a year on the road as a school bus driver.
Last summer, the 4th Avenue flyover space featured a street mural and temporary patio furniture, ping pong tables and foosball tables. The plan is to eventually feature trees, a plaza, outdoor furniture, a boardwalk, play areas and a flood-mitigating rain garden.
The history behind a Baptist church, a Dutch Colonial Revival-style building that was a coffee shop and an entire stretch of houses along Memorial Drive that were all taken down in 2017.
Diagnosed with autism as a toddler, this Calgary athlete has found her true calling on the ice, rising to become the top-ranked figure skater in her level in the world, with Special Olympics gold to show for it.
Meet the nearly 40 Calgary athletes that will be at the Winter Olympics, plus what day and time (in Mountain Standard Time) they'll be competing.
Yes, we are luring you in with animal photos, but it is for a good cause. It's to tell you about the Capture the Wild Photography Contest.
This black-and-white photographic artwork is part of this year's Exposure Photography Festival.