Ose Irete


Ose Irete is a photojournalist and reporter at CBC News Calgary. He has covered migration, sports, and music. He hopes to one day eat junk food in every country in the world.

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'We don't have that much time': Inglewood seniors disappointed by delay of small-scale care home

Proposed affordable small scale care home for seniors in inglewood has been on hold while awaiting provincial funding. Now the project is delayed another year as the province says it won't open up the small homes funding stream until 2023

Alberta tourism and hospitality industry buoyed by domestic travellers

Tourist attractions around the province are seeing a resurgence driven by Albertan and interprovincial travellers.

University of Calgary profs digitally preserve Edelweiss Village, a B.C. heritage site

Professors at the University of Calgary are digitally capturing an endangered heritage site to ensure one of the birthplaces of Western Canada's mountaineering culture is not lost to time.

Calgary festival wants to be the anti-Stampede

Inspire Fest is a new all-ages music and arts festival that aims to be an organic, local focused alternative to Calgary Stampede

On a budget? Here's how to save some bucks at the Calgary Stampede

Free and discounted admission on value days and discounted ticket packages are some of the ways people can save money while enjoying the Calgary Stampede.

Stampede breakfast fans licking their lips in anticipation

Free food aficionados celebrate the return of this Stampede staple, and organizers and attendees say they are essential for rekindling connection within the community.

Artists, fans celebrate the return of Sled Island

The music and arts festival known for its eclectic selection of local and international performers returns to Calgary after a pandemic hiatus.

University of Alberta international students call out 'unfair' exclusion from awards

International students at the University of Alberta say many of the school's awards and scholarships exclude them and that they feel unsupported by the administration.

Global Energy Show returns to Calgary

The energy industry event is back after a two-year pandemic related hiatus.

Nigerian king visits Calgary in search of investment

Ogiame Atuwatse III, king of Warri, an oil-rich region of Nigeria, is in Calgary to build ties with First Nations and court economic investment for the oil rich region in Nigeria.