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Jennifer Dorozio is a local journalist in Calgary, Alta.
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How did Albertans dress for the cold 100 years ago? Layering like crazy
To keep warm in the early 1900s, Albertans employed lots of layering, topped off with a fur or wool coat.
Popular Bragg Creek Trails draw 1,000 visitors a day
The Bragg Creek trails, west of Calgary, have a had a record-breaking year in terms of visits, says the association that manages and maintains the trails.
Grieving in a pandemic: How Calgarians are finding ways to say goodbye
Calgarians cannot gather for funerals like they used to, so they are finding other ways to cope, often using virtual means.
9-year-old rescue cat with grouchy personality adopted after long wait
The Heaven Can Wait Animal Rescue Foundation says the wait to adopt out mature cats or dogs usually takes a little longer.
'We're guinea pigs,' says inmate as cases surge to 234 at Calgary Remand Centre
A COVID-19 outbreak at the Calgary Remand Centre has ballooned this week to 234 active cases as of Thursday, including inmates and staff.
Gift-stuffed little free library offers holiday treats to Calgary neighbourhood
A little free library in southeast Calgary offers wrapped presents alongside books this holiday season.
Giant pandas slept, snacked and passed gas on flight home
Da Mao and Er Shun, two giant pandas who had been at the Calgary Zoo for 2½ years, are now quarantined at a zoo in China after a trip full of snoozing, snacking and passing gas.
Canmore Eagles junior hockey team reports 16 positive COVID cases, more in family contacts
The Canmore Eagles of the Alberta Junior Hockey League have 16 confirmed COVID cases while other teams also have cases. All games are suspended due to provincial restrictions.
Live alone or with a roommate in Alberta? Your COVID-19 questions answered
Common questions have arisen regarding rules for those who live alone, so here's what Alberta Health and an infectious disease specialist say.
U of C researchers experiment with growing fish cells in a lab
Growing seafood — or any meat — in a lab can be pricey, which is why a team of researchers at the University of Calgary are experimenting with ways to drive down that cost by focusing on fish protein.