We are proud to announce the newest addition to the OMG community, Calgary Citizen.
Every weekday, Calgary Citizen brings readers beyond the headlines with stories on the people, places and moments that drive its community.
The editorial team aims to provide in-depth reporting on what matters most to Calgarians by breaking down the news that affects the city, showcasing Calgarians working hard to make their neighbourhoods thrive, and by being a go-to resource for everything readers need to know to enjoy the vibrancy of the city.
At the helm is Managing Editor Kristy Archibald, an experienced journalist whose articles have appeared in publications across Canada. Joining her is Lead Reporter, Krista Sylvester who has over 15 years experience covering social issues, crime, politics, sports, arts and culture, and more for various media outlets, such as Global News, City TV, Metro newspaper, The Calgary Herald, and The Star.
“We’re excited to dive into the overlooked stories of Calgary’s communities and highlight the people within them - something that has been missing in local reporting,” said Kristy Archibald, Managing Editor, Calgary Citizen. “We want to bring back the lost art of reading the morning news and help Calgarians start their day feeling informed and inspired.”
To learn more and subscribe to Calgary Citizen, visit: www.calgarycitizen.com.
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