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Jennifer Dorozio is a local journalist in Calgary, Alta.
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Check out photos of these black-and-white bandits who are on the rise in Calgary
Alberta has had raccoons for decades, but a naturalist says Calgarians could see more of them in populated parts of the city as trees grow and rivers provide food sources.
Take a stroll through downtown with the Calgary Eyeopener and hear what key players are saying
Spanning from the west end of downtown along Stephen Avenue to the city's core, Calgary Eyeopener hosts David Gray and Angela Knight explored the struggles, triumphs and future of this unique area of Calgary.
Parents told different isolation rules after Bowness students exposed to COVID-19
Two families are grappling with differing isolation rules after being told to quarantine their kids due to possible COVID-19 exposure at Bowness High School.
'Every day is a blessing:' Calgary solo sailor returns after year at sea
While many Canadians sheltered at home during the global pandemic, Calgarian Bill Norrie was alone at sea on the trip of a lifetime.
Backyard bug problem? Send in the hens to do the dirty work
Hire hungry hens for your garden for a couple of hours to get rid of backyard pests, thanks to a Calgary-area company created out of pandemic boredom.
'Cronk is the drink' old newspaper ads capture attention of Calgary researcher and twitterverse
What started as an amusing tweet by a Calgary researcher turned into a lively online debate about the nature and mysterious origins of a drink known only as Cronk.
Dr. Deena Hinshaw holds teleconferences to gather feedback on care facility visitor policy
In the first of three such calls, Dr. Deena Hinshaw fielded questions from care facility operators, residents and their family members.
Leave a baby hare alone but bring in orphaned squirrels, wildlife society says
The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society is still open and is taking in animals in need, but asking the public to call ahead in order to assess the need for an animal drop-off.
Costume designers creating protective gowns for frontline workers
Alberta Film and theatre industry costume crews are busy creating protective clothing for frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic after most productions have ceased.
These Grade 1 and 2 students were handed an art project that could make master painters gulp
Young students at a northeast Calgary school were nervous when their teacher handed them a challenging assignment — but thrilled to see their "unique" faces on display in the community.
Leap day wedding: Alberta couple getting hitched today
Emily Murray and Jared Szuch are getting married today in Rocky Mountain House, but today will be extra special for them as they are marrying on Leap Day, a once in four year occurrence.
Why Banff is giving residents a rebate for buying urban shoe spikes
In an effort to encourage more walking, and safety while commuting, the Town of Banff is offering a first-come, first-serve rebate for urban shoe spike purchases. The money for the new reimbursement comes from a surplus in the studded bike tire rebate program.
'It was a wonderful experience:' Skydiving senior celebrates 100th birthday above the clouds
By the time she turned 100, Patricia MacKenzie had been dreaming about skydiving long enough, she decided, and resolved to just do it.
This Calgary meme-maker has hilarious takes on his city
One man is behind the funny social media accounts Calgary Memes, creating jokes to publish online that get thousands of likes and shares.
Vanmore in Canmore will be no more come spring
Beginning May 4, people living out of their vehicles in an area of Canmore colloquially called "Vanmore" will have to pay and register to park, among other hurdles.