Pamela worked for more than 10 years at the Calgary Herald. She also served as managing editor of WestJet Magazine before joining CBC Calgary in 2019.
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2 Alberta finalists for Canada's best restroom represent different levels of luxury
The Westview RV Park in Wetaskawin and the Hawthorne Dining Room in the Fairmont Palliser are two of five finalists in Canada's Best Restroom contest.
Showdown between Split Lip and The Boss, 2 of Banff's most notorious grizzlies, caught on camera
Canmore-based wildlife photographer John E. Marriott was just out for a bit of camping with his family when an epic grizzly showdown between Split Lip and The Boss began right next to his campsite.
Calgary private schools report spike in enrolment as back-to-school looms
As anxious parents weigh their back-to-school options for September, some are looking for alternatives — even if they come at a price.
Family celebrates Evelyn Roy's 12th birthday by raising $59K for cancer research with driveway dance party
Evelyn Roy's 12th birthday would have been Aug. 6. In recognition of the special day, her friends and family threw an epic, all-day driveway dance party — and managed to raise $59,000 in her name for the Alberta Children's Hospital.
Drumheller hands out 'Dino Bucks' to reward mask-wearing, physical distancing
The Town of Drumheller is going to reward people for wearing masks and using hand sanitizer, rather than pass a bylaw to enforce the behaviour.
University of Calgary's new vice-provost focused on equity, diversity and inclusion
Malinda Smith, the University of Calgary’s new vice-provost of equity, diversity and inclusion, says she’s committed to real action, not just virtue signalling.
COVID-19 killed the karaoke star? Calgary businesses that focus on singing hope to open before it's too late
Singing is classified as a restricted activity, so karaoke bars will be one of the last places allowed to reopen under Alberta’s guidelines, even though Korean-style karaoke is done in private rooms.
Bragg Creek's busy four-way intersection may soon get traffic lights
Bragg Creek's infamous four-way stop is slated to have a roundabout in 2025, but will get traffic lights in the meantime.
A look back at Alberta's great train robbery 100 years ago in Crowsnest Pass
Not many people know the details of one of Alberta's most dramatic crime stories — the great train robbery of the Crowsnest Pass, which happened 100 years ago, this weekend.
Outdoor gear hard to come by this summer as Calgarians snap up kayaks, paddleboards and skateboards
Gearing up to stay close to home has proven difficult this summer, especially for those on the hunt for stand up paddleboards.
Golf rising in popularity as Albertans flock to the greens for fresh air, socializing and sport
The global pandemic has created a surge in the popularity of golf, and that’s giving the beleaguered industry a boost.
Random camping on the rise in Alberta, for better or worse, during pandemic
Camping traffic in central Alberta's foothills and Rocky Mountains has been on the rise, but so has the destruction of nature, especially in the Nordegg area, where some campers just aren't playing nice.
1st-year university students in Calgary face tough choices for fall
The graduating class of 2020 has not had an easy year. And now, as deadlines loom closer for final decisions on post-secondary education, many of them are wrestling with some hard choices.
Calgary student tests positive for COVID-19 at Catholic summer school
The Calgary Catholic School District confirms a student attending summer school has tested positive for COVID-19 but says the school will remain open.
Calgary doctor says 'dramatic' 40% drop in preterm births during lockdown could be global trend
Doctors in countries including Denmark, Ireland, Australia, the U.S. and Canada have been reporting that fewer preterm babies are being born.