Danielle is an award-winning journalist who has worked across Canada, China, Japan and Mongolia. She has spent more than a decade as a CBC reporter, producer and writer.
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Woof! Dogs in the office make for relaxed environment, businesses say
Business owners say dogs in the office create a fun, relaxed environment with less stress, and they're trying to balance health risks and noise.
Olympic Plaza brick app leads you to your Calgary '88 legacy
Ron McMahon spent four years and more than 1,000 hours geocoding more than 35,000 of the custom donor bricks in Olympic Plaza so you can use your smartphone to find your Calgary ‘88 legacy.
Texts from the dead: Post-mortem digital communication has arrived
Now you can send audio, video and text messages to friends and family even years after you die, thanks to post-mortem digital communication services.
Calgary Marathon adds 150K race for Canada's 150th birthday
In celebration of Canada's 150th birthday, the Scotiabank Calgary Marathon has added a 150-kilometre race to its 2017 event — and people are actually signing up.
'The thrill is in the hunt': Alberta retiree helps find lost wedding rings
Bill Jones is with the Ring Finders, a network of do-gooders armed with metal detectors who charge a nominal fee to help people find their precious lost items.
Winter lights illuminate natural beauty of Lethbridge Japanese garden
For the first time ever, the shrubs, shrines, bridges and trees at Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden in Lethbridge are lit up for winter.
Alberta bee lab working to keep Canadian hives buzzing
The National Bee Diagnostic Centre in Beaverlodge, Alta., is working to keep our country's precious pollinators healthy by testing for colony-killing parasites, pathogens and diseases.
Is Rogue One any good? Film critics weigh in
It’s raking in cash at the box office, but not everyone thinks Rogue One stands up to the hype. Two movie buffs dissect the pros and cons of the Star Wars spinoff.
Moose licking salt off car had 'kind eyes,' says Banff couple
A placid moose with “kind eyes” spent about 45 minutes lapping the salt off a truck on Thursday in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park west of Calgary.
Nice ice: How to make the best outdoor skating rink
Sharpen your skates! In honour of Canada’s ultimate winter pastime, we asked some of Calgary’s most dedicated rinkmasters to share their ice making secrets.
Calgary couple's solar-powered apothecary stolen in B.C.
A solar-powered trailer belonging to a Calgary-based company that crafts natural skin care products has gone missing in B.C., with $50,000 worth of property inside, and priceless hand-picked plants and proprietary recipes.
Tips from Edmonton on how to make Calgary a better place to live in winter
The co-chair of Edmonton's winter strategy shares his ideas for making the longest and coldest season of the year more enjoyable for Calgarians.
Single mother gets Gallery of Fine Cars Jeep fixed for free by Calgary auto shop
A Calgary mom who says she was misled by a used-car dealer to buy a vehicle riddled with mechanical problems has been given an early Christmas present.
Whistling carols: Calgary man uses 'God-given' ability to buy Christmas toys for kids
A 61-year-old busker is whistling for charity in the city's Plus 15.
Paper frocks: Alberta fashion students create dresses from gift wrap
Runway models could suffer a few paper cuts when they slip into dresses made from gift wrap at a holiday fashion show on Thursday at Bankers Hall in downtown Calgary.