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Reporter and Anchor, Global Calgary — Global News
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Global Calgary Reporter/Anchor. Calgary born, farm raised. Love family, travelling, my horse. amber.schinkel@globalnews.ca

Cheap eats in Calgary: where to dine for less than $10

globalnews.ca — Now that summer is in full swing, it can be much more tempting to dine out than fire up the oven in the heat of the late afternoon. Unfortunately, eating out too often can leave your wallet feeling a little lighter. Enter Calgary food writer John Gilchrist.

Calgary MP Michelle Rempel to host job fair Saturday

globalnews.ca — CALGARY- Calgary Nose Hill Member of Parliament Michelle Rempel is hosting a job fair this weekend for out of work Calgarians. Joining Global Calgary Morning on Tuesday from Ottawa, the Conservative MP explained one of the most common issues she's hearing from her constituents are concerns about the labour market.

‘100 Women Who Care’ make a big difference in Calgary area

globalnews.ca — COCHRANE, Alta. - The concept is simple: 100 women gather and each bring $100. Together they pool their money and donate $10,000 to a charity of their choice. It's a movement that started in Michigan in 2006 and since then "100 Women Who Care" has expanded globally.

Day trip with Amber Schinkel: Wayne, Alberta

globalnews.ca — CALGARY - Located less than two hours from Calgary, a trip to Wayne, Alberta is a great way to spend a summer day. The former mining boom town is in the Badlands, just southeast of Drumheller. Less than 40 people now live there, a stark contrast from the roughly 3,000 that flocked to the town in the 1920s for coal-mining opportunities.

Calgary’s axe throwing league gaining popularity

globalnews.ca — CALGARY - Once associated solely with lumberjacks, warriors and Vikings, axe throwing has become mainstream. So much so, that Calgary is now home to an axe throwing league. BATL, which stands for Backyard Axe Throwing League, started in 2006 in CEO Matt Wilson's Toronto area backyard. The first indoor facility opened in 2011.

Sexual assault victims speaking out

globalnews.ca — Mon, Nov 10 : The Jian Ghomeshi scandal has triggered a more public conversation about sexual assault. And it's motivating a lot of people to come forward with their own stories. As Jill Croteau reports, their voices are an example of the power in speaking out.
Jul 18, 2016

RT @CS__Media: Stampede attendance Sunday, July 17, 2016: 151,695 Cumulative attendance for 2016: 1,088,039

Jul 14, 2016

RT @MLumsden770: Coleman says police have yet to search the house of the person in custody. They will be. #AmberAlert #yyc #TaliyahMarsman

Jul 14, 2016

RT @NewsTalk770: Insp Don Coleman says reports says black male came out of victims car with young girl and went into grey sedan #yyc https://t.co/X5FgW3nmbb


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