Tags : Calgary

The Last of Us TV show generating big money for

A popular video game turned TV show is set to be released on January 15. The Last of Us games have sold over 37 million copies worldwide as of December 2022. The show was shot primarily in Alberta in locations such as Fort Macleod, Calgary, and stunning Waterton Lakes National Park. As BCN’s Micah Quinn […]Read More

Tight political battlegrounds in Alberta

The Alberta provincial election is not until next May but according to political reporter Tyler Dawson the UCP has to shore up a lot of support between now and then. The latest polls suggest the UCP is trailing the NDP in popular support not just in Edmonton but in Calgary as well. Dawson shares the […]Read More

The popularity of hydrogen

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has been promoting many of our natural resources including hydrogen. Hydrogen appears to be in abundance in Alberta and many argue it is a solid alternative fuel source. John Sutherland is the CEO of Alberta H2. He says what is great about hydrogen is that it is a byproduct from the […]Read More

Lethbridge musician wins Project WILD contest

A Lethbridge singer has been named Alberta’s number one rising country music star winning the Project WILD singing contest. Along with taking the top spot, Shaela Miller also won $100,000, money she will be putting towards building her country music career. Miller explains what the money will be used for and says it feels great […]Read More

Pastor Artur Pawlowski back in court next month, attorney says

Calgary street Pastor Artur Pawlowski remains behind bars and his attorney, Sarah Miller, says she and her client will be fighting the recent charges that were laid following the incident that took place near the Coutts Border. Pawlowski’s next court appearance is on Apr.1, and Miller explains some of the challenges he is facing and […]Read More

Calgary woman says federal travel mandates should be dropped

A Calgary woman is speaking out against Ottawa’s travel mandates after her father experienced major car troubles while driving across the country to attend his mother’s funeral. During her father’s 36- hour long drive to Ontario, Zoe VanSickle says his vehicle suffered car troubles, forcing him to wait hours for a tow in the freezing […]Read More

Lethbridge McMan Centre making a difference in community

The McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association Drug Treatment Court program has been running in our city for the last year and has seen great success from those who are currently enrolled in the program. Angela Stewart sat down with an official from the centre to talk about the difference they are making in […]Read More

New smile, new life for Calgary man

Imagine being ridiculed and bullied your entire life because of your teeth.  That was the reality for a 47-year-old Calgary man until he decided to do something about it.  Much to his surprise, the community jumped on board to help him begin a new life with a new smile. Paul Bennett has not smiled in […]Read More

Former paramedic reflects on work-related mental challenges

This week is National Paramedic Services Week.  It is an occasion to recognize hardworking and courageous professionals for their dedicated public services and to thank them for protecting our health and safety. We spoke with a local former paramedic and heard some unsettling stories. Since the early age of eight, Charissa Klamn knew she wanted […]Read More