“I’m seeing a lot of women pick up pet projects or take coding courses online or join these communities and just get involved in the discussion.” Continue reading
Digital Broadcast Journalist
Emily Olsen was thrilled to join the team at Global Saskatoon in February 2021.
Emily joins the Saskatoon team from Global Lethbridge where she began her career telling a range of hard-hitting and community-focused news stories.
She attended both the Radio and Television Broadcast program at NAIT and the Bachelor of Communications degree program at MacEwan University in her hometown Edmonton, Alta.
Emily loves telling strong, character-based stories and getting to know the people that make a community thrive.
“There really has been a big push for initiatives for women in science and making sure that the space is a safe place for them to be and an encouraging place for them to be.” Continue reading →
“People are pretty upset right now. It’s not the first time that this has happened in the building and the criminal activity around the area is so high.” Continue reading →
“We’ll keep digging away and looking at everything but if anybody has time to help us with some of the research, we’re always looking for help.” Continue reading →
This year’s event will include traditional 6K and 10K distances with new longer distances to represent 0.01 per cent of the distance to the moon or to the moon and back. Continue reading →
Current Lethbridge statistics show that around one collision results in injury each day and, more critically, around two collisions result in death each year. Continue reading →
“People are just in a hurry to get to and from work, and it’s getting pretty scary out here.” Continue reading →
“[The process is in place] to ensure that everyone has a chance to have input, but also that that input has an opportunity for opposing parties to examine it.” Continue reading →
Black pioneer “Auntie” Annie Saunders wore many entrepreneurial hats at the time of Fort Macleod’s creation. Continue reading →
“I think it’s important… to think quite expansively and think about how economic, social, educational, cultural and housing benefits can all be part of the equation.” Continue reading →
The address pinpointed bright spots such as investment in the municipal airport, agrifood corridor developments in the region and partnerships with downtown organizations. Continue reading →
Lethbridge thrift businesses say the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a noticeable spike in interested shoppers and bargain hunters. Continue reading →
Parents at École Agnes Davidson say they’re dismayed at the Lethbridge School Division’s proposed new boundaries which would consolidate Agnes Davidson to a French-only school. Continue reading →
Collaborators have created a new documentary showcasing the unique experiences and contributions of Black Albertans throughout the province’s long history. Continue reading →
“We launched it in about three or four days and $512,000 was spent locally that we know of,” Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce president Sam Schofield said. Continue reading →