Wed, Oct 24: Christophe Dubi, Olympic Games executive director with the IOC, says the committee has promised $1.2 billion to an Olympics in Calgary.
A new bus service is gearing up to take over some of the B.C. routes that are being shut down by Greyhound. Sarah MacDonald reports.
Kurtis Baute sealed himself ‘in a jar’ to continue the discussion about climate change
The $20 billion bridge took almost a decade to build while incurring major delays and cost overruns The post China opens mega-bridge linking Hong Kong to mainland appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
A growing number of Canadian families are embarking on round-the-world trips with their kids — here's how you can make it work.
Wondering where, how and when you can vote in the upcoming Olympic plebiscite in Calgary? This guide has all the information you need.
Canada Post workers continue their rotating strikes in a number of cities across the country. Tanya Beja tells us how the job action is expected to affect service, including B.C.’s referendum on proportional representation.
"By updating our approach to imagery to be more inclusive, we hope that more people will see themselves as part of the co-op and feel welcome at MEC."
Victoria is joining Edmonton, Windsor and Halifax in the rotating strikes.
With the clock ticking towards a Calgary vote on hosting the 2026 Winter Games, what the federal government and the city are willing to spend remains unclear.
Geophysicist and disaster researcher Mika McKinnon talks about the latest series of quakes to strike B.C. and what could have caused them.
That, too, was reversed. But the guest said he'll never use Airbnb again.
Boutique accommodations meet authentic Red Mountain adventure at The Josie
New online maps let viewers zero in on how climate change will affect their part of Canada's boreal forest.
Move follows troublesome evidence of online Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election The post Election watchdog seeks digitally savvy specialists to zero in on threats appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
Mon, Oct 22: Calgary’s Homes for Heroes Foundation has started production of over a dozen 275-square-foot homes that will soon be part of Canada’s first veterans village. Sarah Offin reports.
Green Bay Committee will address Winnipeg Free Press story, also launch ‘Reach Out’ season ticket campaign The post Committee calls for Town Hall meeting to deal with Ice “relocation” story appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
B.C.’s chief electoral officer Anton Boegman said he didn’t expect the postal strike to affect the mailing out of voting packages for the upcoming referendum, but will extend the voting period if necessary.
B.C.’s chief electoral officer Anton Boegman walks through what you’ll find in your proportional representation referendum voting package, and how to fill out the ballot and send it in.
In our previous episode (2014) of “Cranbrook’s incredible shrinking voter-turn-out,” (a hit TV series brought to you by democracy): 39.64 per cent. The post Cranbrook’s plummeting voter turnout appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
Jeremy Milligan, owner of Alumni Sandwich & Liquor Bar, and Wall Wo, the restaurant’s chef, join Global News Calgary to talk about their goal of bringing ‘reckless gourmet’ dishes to Calgarians. They also make some of the most popular items...
With all the votes counted, the once-dominant Vision Vancouver has been reduced to a single school trustee, a far cry from its breakthrough 2008 election.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) announced Sunday that it will begin rotating strikes on Monday morning at 12:01 a.m. in Victoria, Edmonton and Windsor, and at 1:01 a.m. in Halifax.