Carolyn has been a reporter with Global television since 1997.
She was born in Calgary and attended University of Calgary and SAIT.
Carolyn enjoys bike riding, running and backpacking. When not working weekends at Global, she’s volunteering at her daughters’ school, Escuela St. Margaret.
According to the provincial government, Harvie Passage is an active construction site and will remain closed to the general public until the summer of 2018. Continue reading →
A look at what is being done in Calgary to prevent a cyberattack similar to the WannaCry ransomware disaster from happening here. Continue reading →
Dozens of mourners gathered at Rocky View Garden of Peace cemetery on Sunday morning to celebrate the life of Maryam Rashidi. Rashidi was killed in June of 2015 when she tried to stop a man from driving away from the Centex gas station she was working at without paying for fuel. “I know there was… Continue reading →
Things are looking up in the Calgary workforce, but determination and patience are key for job seekers, according to one expert. Continue reading →
The City of Calgary has approved a $1.5-billion plan which would see improvements made on Crowchild Trail from 24 Avenue northwest to 17 Avenue southwest. Continue reading →
The waiting room was packed at Beacon Smiles Dental Clinic in Calgary’s Northwest Sunday. The dental clinic provided free exams, tooth removal and children’s cleanings for families who applied. Continue reading →
Hundreds of people packed the Big Four Building at Stampede Park for the Cannabis and Hemp Expo Saturday. Continue reading →
The Stampede Grandstand was packed with people looking for work on Monday. Continue reading →
Spring street cleaning is into its fourth week in Calgary and the complaints are now piling up. Continue reading →
Around 400 people showed up at Olympic Plaza in Calgary for the March for Science Saturday. Continue reading →
There are plans to build nearly 900 homes on the Hawkwood Farm land, which isn’t sitting well with some people who live in the area. Continue reading →
Like many other churches across Calgary, Knox United Church was packed on Sunday for Easter service. Easter is a day that marks Jesus Christ rising from the dead, a foundation of Christian faith. But this year’s Easter sermon at Knox United was delivered by non-Christian Mayor Naheed Nenshi. Continue reading →
It’s the longest running LGBTQ sports festival in North America and Calgary has hosted the multi-sport tournament over the past 35 years. Continue reading →
John George Pattison didn’t intend on fighting in the First World War. But when his 16-year-old son Henry lied about his age to join in 1916, the Calgary man figured going with his son was the best way to protect him. Continue reading →
Ceremonies were held in Calgary to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge Sunday. Continue reading →