The head of the Health Sciences Association of Alberta says staff are falling victim to burnout and are being denied time off.
Carolyn Kury de Castillo
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 Calgary, she’s volunteering at her daughters’ school.
The Alberta government plans to rescind a public health order preventing health-care workers from working at more than one continuing care facility
Calgary bishop says he received a message of hope from his meeting with Pope Francis regarding reconciliation.
Flooding from a burst pipe has damaged dozens of computers that were donated to help kids in need with online learning.
Calgary minor sport organizations will continue games while adapting to new COVID-19 restrictions in the New Year due to the rise in Omicron variant cases within Alberta.
The City of Calgary has approved spending $750,000 to coordinate a community hold weather response to support Calgarians experiencing homelessness.
Hundreds of people have been forced to leave their homes in a downtown Calgary apartment building because of several burst pipes.
Extreme cold and a pandemic didn’t stop some shoppers on the hunt for Boxing Day deals in Calgary.
Catholic Christmas masses are going ahead in Calgary while some United Church services will be online only because of the pandemic.
The Calgary Firefighters Toy Association managed to host an event for kids on Sunday after their annual party was cancelled last year because of the COVID pandemic.
Parents and educators who don’t like Alberta’s proposed school curriculum aren’t giving up the fight to have it scrapped as many gathered to voice their concerns on Saturday.
Representatives from Alberta Indigenous communities are hoping to continue reconciliation efforts by sharing their stories with Pope Francis later this month
Upper northeast Calgary has the highest rate of COVID-19 vaccination in Alberta.
People around Alberta who have lost a loved one to suicide gathered virtually Saturday to share their stories.
If you are planning to get a real Christmas tree this season, you might want to shop sooner rather than later.