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Jason Herring

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Tempe, AZ, United States

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Recent:
  • driving.ca
  • Calgary Sun
  • The Province
  • Edmonton Journal
Past:
  • Edmonton Sun
  • SudburyStar
  • Healthing.ca
  • The Vancouver Sun
  • Regina Leader Post
  • National Post

Recent articles by Jason:

These are the personalized licence plates rejected by the Alberta government

Among the nixed plates were some references to the COVID-19 pandemic, with seven Albertans attempting to remember the novel coronavirus with their plates → Read More

Calgary medical student named Top 25 Canadian Immigrant

A U of C medical student who entered Canada as a refugee nine years ago has been named a winner of the RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award → Read More

'A heartbreak': Ranchman's searching for new owner amid COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic and Calgary's economic downswing were factors behind Calgary's iconic Ranchman's bar being put up for lease → Read More

'Nonsense, racist garbage': Video captures tirade at Calgary liquor store

The video, posted Saturday evening, shows a man berating the employee after allegedly being told to put on a mask. → Read More

Ranchman's building up for lease

A legendary Calgary restaurant and club may be hanging up the saddle. → Read More

Alberta exploring less-invasive COVID-19 testing methods: Hinshaw

Alberta public-health officials are looking into new, less invasive COVID-19 testing methods, the province's top doctor said Friday. → Read More

Police seize animals in 'extremely shocking conditions', two women charged

Seven animals living in "unsuitable conditions" were seized by police this week, leading to criminal charges for two Calgary women. → Read More

Alberta timeline for COVID Alert app still uncertain as Sask. and New Brunswick sign on

It's been a month and a half since Ottawa launched the COVID Alert app, but there's still no timeline for when Albertans will be eligible. → Read More

LIVE at 1 p.m.: Dr. Hinshaw to give update on COVID-19 in Alberta

Alberta's top doctor will give a press conference on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic Friday afternoon. → Read More

LIVE at 3:30 p.m.: Hinshaw to give Alberta COVID-19 update

Alberta’s top doctor will give her twice-weekly update on the COVID-19 pandemic Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Sixth Calgary school, Chris Akkerman School, declares COVID outbreak

A northeast Calgary elementary school is the latest in the city to declare a COVID-19 outbreak in the first weeks of the school year → Read More

Positive COVID-19 test at Bowness High School forces some to isolate

A COVID-19 case at a northwest Calgary high school is forcing some students who were close contacts to self-isolate for 14 days → Read More

No injuries, spills after CP Rail train derails in southern Alberta

An investigation is underway after a CP Rail train derailed in southern Alberta early Saturday morning. → Read More

LIVE at 3:30 p.m.: Hinshaw to address Albertans ahead of Labour Day weekend

Alberta’s top doctor will give an extra update on the COVID-19 pandemic Friday afternoon. → Read More

'A loving, fun kid': Relative remembers victim of Sandstone shooting

A close relative of one victim in the Aug. 28 shooting that left two dead in the northwest Calgary community of Sandstone is speaking out → Read More

U of C law faculty alters admission to better represent Black students

A new admissions process will aim to address the under-representation of Black students at the University of Calgary's Faculty of Law → Read More

Harm reduction advocates send open letter to province protesting Lethbridge SCS closure

At up to 800 visits each day, the ARCHES site had been the busiest supervised consumption site in North America → Read More

Police investigating after assault hospitalizes woman

Calgary police are asking for the public's help to locate a person of interest after a woman was hospitalized following a suspected assault → Read More

Family dealing with last-minute online learning rejection from CBE

A last-minute rejection from online learning made for a stressful back-to-school weekend for one Calgary family. → Read More

Federal education funding still in limbo as Alberta students return to class

There is still no timeline for when school authorities will be able to access Alberta's share of the $2 billion in federal funding. → Read More