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.
Calgary city council is expected to vote Monday on whether or not it will move forward with an Olympic bid. Continue reading →
Syrians now living in Calgary helped organize a blood drive amid fears of continued unrest in their former country. Continue reading →
A “free speech rally” was met by counter-protesters from the group Calgary Anti-Fascist Action. Continue reading →
Street sweeping can’t start until the snow and ice melts, according to city officials. Continue reading →
Straschnitzki is recovering from surgery after his back was broken in the bus crash in Saskatchewan, but his coach has full confidence he will make a strong recovery. Continue reading →
Stettler RCMP are investigating a suspicious death after a man’s body was found inside a home on Friday. Continue reading →
Preliminary results from a new research project based at the University of Calgary show that dogs can be used to help people suffering from chronic pain. Continue reading →
Those who knew 22-year-old Nadia El-Dib said she was an outgoing woman who loved to make her friends laugh. Continue reading →
Park users say they’ll fight the city’s plans to have the green space rezoned to expand Queen’s Park Cemetery. Continue reading →
Michael Hornburg, who became a vocal advocate for war veterans after his son Nathan was killed in Afghanistan, has died after suffering from a brain tumour. Continue reading →
A Calgary man is now at the Foothills Hospital and remains in a coma after surviving a crash that killed his wife and two other people in Arizona. Continue reading →
An airport spokesman said YYC has been experiencing a network issue Friday morning. Continue reading →
The homicide unit has been called in as the death has been deemed suspicious. Continue reading →
March for Our Lives protests were held across North America on Saturday with hundreds of thousands of people calling for gun law reform. Continue reading →
Is there still a future in book stores in Calgary? That’s what some book lovers are pondering with the news another local book store will shut its doors this spring. Continue reading →