Terri Trembath is a video journalist who joined CBC Calgary in 2008. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Stay home, plead the parents of a boy with cystic fibrosis — his life depends on social distancing
Brady Hansen's stress level is at a 100 out of 10 these days. Her four-year-old son, Jaxon, has cystic fibrosis, and the COVID-19 pandemic gives her extreme anxiety.
Marriage commissioners worry new rules around temporary officiants could cause headaches
Some Calgary-based marriage commissioners say new rules around officiating civil ceremonies are going to have a negative impact on weddings.
Calgary scrap metal dealer wants stronger legislation to stop shady business
Dan Klufas makes his living buying scrap metal — mostly copper — and recycling it. Hundreds of thousands of pounds of copper is sold to his business, Federal Metals, each week.
Restored Eamon's gas station could be home to a drive-in theatre
It's been a long journey, but the historic 1950s-era gas station is almost completely restored and ready for visitors.
Former employees launch bullying accusations against Lethbridge principal
For three years, an employee of a Lethbridge, Alta., high school says working with her boss, principal Wayne Pallett, was like working for Jekyll and Hyde.
'Canadians helping Canadians': Albertans raise $45K to help clean up Ottawa-Gatineau floods
Some Calgary business owners are teaming up to help flood victims in the Ottawa-Gatineau region.
Biting through hateful words, trans artist protests Calgary arts venue 'censorship'
A two-spirit artist performed a protest art piece Saturday to let Calgary's biggest arts venue know his community won't be silenced.
State of ski jump facility at Winsport Canada an embarrassment, says city councillor
Take a close look and you'll notice the facility has seen better days.
13-year-old violinist from Alberta heads to the Olympics of music competitions
A 13-year-old Edmontonian travels to Calgary every week for lessons at the Mount Royal Conservatory, but will soon be heading off to the prestigious Menuhin Competition in Switzerland.
Calgary non-profit offers free naloxone clinics to fight stigma of drug addiction
Rosalind Davis is determined to get more people trained to use naloxone kits after losing her partner to a fentanyl overdose two years ago.
Calgary Pride Parade's grand marshal opens up about her coming out in the 1960s
In 1964, 28-year-old Lois Szabo sat down with her best friend and husband of 10 years and told him she had fallen in love with a woman. She went on to co-found one of Calgary's first gay clubs and stayed married to that man for more than 50 years.
Medicine Hat senior says process to get medical marijuana too complicated
After trying pharmaceutical prescriptions, Judith Brooke, 75, was recommended medical marijuana by her doctor for her extreme back pain. But Brooke says she was given little guidance and found the process to procure cannabis complicated.
Alberta second-hand store turns economic blues into green
The owner of a second-hand story in southern Alberta says while many in the province are suffering from the economic downturn, his business has picked up.
Changes in Calgary bus routes take effect
Some major changes kicked in Monday for those who ride the bus in the northwest. Calgary Transit says it's a matter of making things more efficient and it will save a million dollars in the process.
Calgary's Elbow River water quality signage questioned
Water quality advisories are posted along the Elbow River near Sandy Beach because Alberta Health Services says there are elevated levels of fecal coliforms but those who enjoy a splash in the water say the signs are not obvious enough.