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.
Hundreds of people attended a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Hangar Flight Museum in northeast Calgary on Sunday. One of the guests was a 99-year-old WWII pilot who shared his memories of the horrors of war. Continue reading →
The store, located in a plaza at 6520 Falconridge Blvd. N.E., will close on Dec. 10. Continue reading →
Harry Hawthorne was driving to work on Friday when his car was struck by a semi-truck on the Trans Canada Highway at Garden Road. Continue reading →
Anxiety is one of the biggest mental health issues facing Canadian teens. On Monday, hundreds of Calgary and area students attended a summit designed to give young people the skills they need to tackle mental health issues. Carolyn Kury de Castillo reports. Continue reading →
A priest who has worked at Catholic parishes around southern Alberta has been put on administrative leave after allegations of sexual misconduct were brought forward to the Diocese of Calgary. Continue reading →
A city report said the market value of downtown office properties will continue to decrease in 2019. Continue reading →
Alberta’s finance minister and city councillors are reacting to news that the federal government will contribute $1.75 billion to Calgary’s efforts to host the 2026 Winter Olympic Games — but only if the province and city up the ante. Continue reading →
“The farmer said it wouldn’t have been worth the gas to try and harvest what grew in his area. So he didn’t make any bales.” Continue reading →
There were lineups again outside Calgary cannabis stores on Saturday and retailers aren’t sure if their supply will last until their next order arrives. Continue reading →
A Calgary woman with a muscle wasting disease is begging the provincial government to cover a drug that could save lives. The woman’s parents have now helped raise nearly $200,000 and are going in debt in a desperate attempt to keep their daughter alive. Continue reading →
The 2013 floods destroyed not only homes in Calgary but much of the city’s riverbanks. Now, a local group is doing a “river makeover” using plants to protect water quality and save river properties from erosion. Continue reading →
A Calgary family who lost everything in the economic downturn in Calgary is starting all over again, this time helping people in need of gluten-free products. Continue reading →
An expert in dementia care is urging a change in the way we relate to people with Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading →
Outreach workers with the Canadian Mental Health Association are hoping a new initiative will help people living on the streets in Calgary better cope with winter months. Continue reading →
Battery theft is becoming a problem for companies and RV owners around Calgary. Continue reading →