Flair Airlines unveiled its first Boeing 737 MAX on Thursday before flying the first passenger flight from Edmonton to Toronto.
Born and raised in Calgary, Michael King joined Global Calgary as a digital journalist in June 2018.
Graduating from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology’s Broadcast News program with honours, he started out in radio as an anchor and reporter before making the move to television.
He focuses on reporting stories that affect the community, covering a wide range of topics including politics, court, sports and issues-based stories.
Michael has a background in sales and management, working with Canada’s largest telecom providers before going back to school for broadcasting.
In his spare time, he enjoys following some of the more obscure sports such as darts, cycling and curling. His days off are spent cooking, barbecuing and taking day trips to B.C.
The Calgary Parking Authority is cancelling more than 1,500 tickets that were handed out at Calgary’s downtown vaccine clinic.
An 18-year-old man from Newell County, Alta., is facing more than a dozen child pornography charges after an RCMP investigation identified several victims.
A couple, who recently got married in a drive-in style wedding that was streamed on Zoom, thinks others should consider tying the knot virtually during the pandemic.
ASIRT investigates collision that killed two pedestrians in southwest Calgary Saturday night
FunnyFest founder Stu Hughes says he’s learned a valuable lesson after being hospitalized with COVID-19, admitting he didn’t take the health restrictions seriously.
The Canadian Rangers have been activated in four First Nations in the prairie provinces and one in Ontario.
Early Sunday morning, Kenan Poskovic caught an attempted break-in at his bar in northwest Calgary on camera, but police say the call didn’t meet the criteria for a response.
Calgary police said it had 20 officers patrolling Chinook Mall on Saturday after a large crowd of teenagers lead to a number of fights on Black Friday.
The Retail Council of Canada says retailers have adapted their supply chains to meet the needs of customers and that there is no need to rush out to stock the pantry.
A flyer sent to residents of Alberta MLA Miranda Rosin riding is being criticized for stating that “the worst of the COVID-19 health pandemic is behind us.” The UCP Caucus says it was written in September, before the latest spike in cases.
A Calgary man has a home and a new direction in life after living on the streets thanks to the generosity of a group of women.
The owners of HiFi announced on Tuesday that the popular club in downtown Calgary would be permanently closed.
A Calgary family whose son died in a glider crash in 2019 is petitioning the federal government to do more to protect pilots and improve safety.
Calgary’s Pakistani community is looking for answers after its community association hall was broken into over the weekend.