A Canadian expat is working to get a quarantine exemption to attend his father’s funeral after having his previous applications denied.
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Tracy Nagai’s career as a television producer and reporter first began seven years ago in Calgary, after graduating in 2005 from the broadcast program at Mount Royal College.
Eager to get away from the desk and out in to the frontlines with a camera, she accepted a position in northern British Columbia in Chetwynd, eventually making stops in Dawson Creek, Edmonton and Lethbridge.
In April 2009 Tracy was recruited to the Global Calgary news team as a reporter and producer and has been reporting on issues and events that concern people across the province.
With Albertans learning Friday that all of the province’s COVID-19 restrictions are set to lift on July 1, many employers will soon begin welcoming staff back to the office.
After being temporarily closed in April for improvements, the South Glenmore bicycle pump track is set to officially reopen this weekend.
A security guard is hoping to spread awareness following a dangerous encounter in the northeast community of Mayland Heights earlier this week.
Calgary business owner, Ky Ly, is coming forward after receiving a disturbing, hate-filled message from a customer at the end of May.
With an increase of racist attacks aimed at Asian Canadians during the pandemic many are left to wonder what recourse there is when it comes to Canada’s justice system.
A Calgary man is thankful to be back at home after battling COVID-19 for nearly four months. The 71-year-old spent 40 days in the ICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.
An Alberta couple is back home with their new bundle of joy following a high-drama delivery earlier this month.
A section of the Grade 4 draft curriculum is dedicated to the mistreatment of Chinese railway workers, mass burials and the origin of the Chinese head tax.
Alberta businesses owners are taking to social media, vowing to keep their businesses open in the face of another round of health restrictions.
An Alberta family has been dealt a devastating blow after being informed that their child does not qualify for funding for a costly gene therapy treatment.
Following reports on social media of women being attacked and harassed on Calgary streets, staff at Trolley 5 will now be walked to their cars after work.
A day after a Confederate flag was spotted flying over Calgary’s Union Cemetery more people are coming forward with their concerns.
A southern Alberta man is sending out a warning after several people showed up at his home recently looking for the same trailer.
Residents in an inner-city community say they didn’t receive their mail for more than a month.