John Othen, who drove for Calgary Transit for 45 years, is being remembered a kind man who left a lasting impact on his passengers. Continue reading
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.
Cypress-Medicine Hat MLA Drew Barnes said he is hearing from people living in his constituency that restrictions should be eased. Continue reading →
Some Chestermere residents are disappointed that they are no longer allowed to skate on a local canal for safety reasons. Continue reading →
COVID care teams across Alberta have delivered 25,000 care packages over the past month. Continue reading →
“I told them how much I appreciated the lovely person their son was and they could be so proud of him,” Forde said. Continue reading →
A Calgary medical marijuana advocate who died from cancer is being remembered at Humane Society after Alberta Health Services declined the donation. Continue reading →
City bylaw officers are dealing with a big increase in complaints of snowy sidewalks over the past two weeks. Continue reading →
Over the past seven days, the city has received more than 4,000 311 service requests regarding snow on the roads. Continue reading →
Some of a Calgary woman’s memories of elementary school are sitting with her friends at lunch time, not having anything to eat. Now, she is giving back. Continue reading →
A notorious hotel in southeast Calgary could soon be converted into affordable housing. The Town and Country Hotel has a long history in Calgary, dating back to 1972. Continue reading →
The Parkdale Community Association needed to build a new rink to replace their old one, so they decided to build one accessible for everyone. Continue reading →
Calgary shoppers didn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop them from lining up outside stores in search of Boxing Day deals. Continue reading →
As the second wave of COVID-19 puts more demands on social agencies, a Calgary Muslim youth group is getting supplies out to people in need. Continue reading →
“We do not live in a society where a person can pick and choose the laws they follow,” Calgary’s police chief said. Continue reading →
Calgary’s Catholic bishop is calling on people in southern Alberta to make sacrifices this Christmas to help keep COVID-19 from spreading. Continue reading →