Sarah Moore

Online journalist/associate producer

Sarah Moore joined CBC Calgary as an online journalist in 2021. If you have a tip or story idea, send her an email at sarah.moore@cbc.ca.

Latest from Sarah Moore

Despite World Cup defeat, Canadian men's soccer team inspires young Calgarians

The Canadian men's soccer team was eliminated from World Cup contention on Sunday, but for people in Calgary gathered at the Genesis Centre to watch, the match inspired new dreams.

Calgary animal rescue group asking for help after 90 cats surrendered from one property

An animal rescue group in Calgary is asking for donations to help cover the veterinary care for more than 90 cats that were surrendered after their owner died.

Sit-ski athletes learn new skills, gauge Paralympic dreams at Canmore camp

The success of Canada's Para nordic skiers has more athletes with a disability interested in trying out sit-skiing this weekend at Nordiq Canada's annual development camp in Canmore.

New bylaw prosecutor's office on Siksika Nation believed to be first of its kind in Canada

A Calgary-area law firm has been contracted to act as a bylaw prosecutor for Siksika Nation, an arrangement believed to be the first of its kind for First Nations in Canada.

Calgary Remand Centre inmates say defence lawyer job action leaving them stuck in custody

Calgary Remand Centre inmates say that because of provincewide job action by defence lawyers, they are unable to access lawyers through Legal Aid Alberta and are stuck in custody — sometimes for weeks.

Danielle Smith will run in Brooks-Medicine Hat byelection

Two days after winning the vote to become the Alberta UCP's new leader, incoming premier Danielle Smith announced Saturday that she will run for MLA in a byelection in Brooks-Medicine Hat.

What you should know about taking medication during hot weather

Taking certain medications during heat waves can lead to a slightly higher risk of heat-related illness, doctors say, but it can be more dangerous to stop taking medication.

Owners of 3 dogs that fatally attacked woman in June charged under Calgary bylaw

The owners of three dogs that fatally attacked a Calgary woman in June have been jointly charged with 12 offences under the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw, the city said Wednesday.

Calgary Stampede Powwow held in Saddledome for first time

A pilot project moved the adults' competition, held each year at Elbow River Camp, to the Saddledome to accommodate bigger crowds.

Climate change forces Parks Canada to dismantle, remove historic mountain hut

A historic site in Yoho National Park will be dismantled and removed this spring because of effects caused by climate change, Parks Canada announced Thursday.

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