Ximena González is a freelance writer and editor based in Calgary. Her work has appeared in the Globe and Mail and the Sprawl.
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Leader Sonia Furstenau says government is failing to take big steps needed to protect public from third wave.
Alan Sayers’ family is mourning the prolific Downtown Eastside artist, who died in March.
When my favourite team’s bubble burst, so did mine. Call your shot, Dr. Steve!
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As a RCMP leader, I saw the deep problems created by the training of recruits into ‘warrior cops.’
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Conservative leader responds to community’s questions about rail safety and more.
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