People in the areas hit by Saturday’s severe storm and tornado in Alberta are surveying the damage left behind.
Jacqueline Wilson is happy to be home reporting in Calgary.
She joined the Global News family in 2015, reporting and anchoring in Saskatoon. The early riser loved hosting Global News Morning and informing Saskatonians about what’s going on in their community.
Jacqueline has covered national events like the La Loche shooting, Husky oil spill and Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Global Saskatoon’s coverage of the shooting in La Loche won the RTDNA Award for Best Newscast in a medium market.
During her free time you can find Jacqueline golfing, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowboarding and spending time with her rescue dog, Winnie.
Stage 1 of the province’s reopening plan starts June 1, and now the province says Stage 2 might start June 10.
The company in charge of the Calgary Stampede midway is sharing tentative plans for its workers and the rides.
HMCS Calgary has made a record-breaking heroin bust while on Operation Artemis in the Arabian Sea.
Alberta child care facilities are experiencing a spike in COVID-19 outbreaks. According to Alberta Health data, more than half are in Calgary.
Large tailgate parties have become more frequent at Calgary’s Deerfoot City. Hundreds were seen gathering Friday, to the frustration of mall management.
Several small pharmacy owners in Calgary are frustrated by the lack of COVID-19 vaccine supply, saying shortages have forced them to cancel hundreds of appointments.
Calgary city council will get a confidential update on the Green Line LRT on Monday. Procurement on the first segment has been paused for over a month.
The message was categorized as a ‘critical’ public health alert, one that’s used when people’s lives are in “imminent life-threatening danger”.
India has set another daily record for new COVID-19 infections. Those with loved ones there are scared as overwhelmed hospitals run out of oxygen.
The Calgary theatre community is mourning the loss of award-winning playwright, Sharon Pollock.
Not everyone is sad about the snow in Calgary on Sunday. Farmers say they’re thankful for the moisture as seeding gets underway.
Calgarians headed outside to enjoy the nice weather Saturday, but what activities are low risk for COVID-19 transmission?
Many Calgary non-profit organizations say they’re seeing a spike in demand. One group says it needs volunteers and donations now more than ever.
Sky-rocketing lumber prices are causing sticker shock for some hoping to renovate.