Calgary Herald

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With a bold transformation and a complete reimagining of new media, Calgary Herald has changed how it creates and delivers content to audiences. This new approach focuses primarily on local news and platform-driven storytelling to bring highly engaged audiences to our advertisers at exactly the right moment.

Calgary Herald’s content reaches more than half a million residents of Canada’s energy capital each week. Since 1883, it has been the first choice for news and information, keeping readers informed with in-depth analysis and context. With revitalized products across all four platforms, readers will engage with stories differently, on different platforms, different times throughout the day.

In 2013, the Society for News Design awarded Swerve Magazine for Excellence in Illustration – Single Lead Colour category and The Calgary Herald for Photography/Multiple Photos Project category.

In 2012, The Calgary Herald won two national awards from Newspapers Canada “Great Ideas” competition. Additionally, they received two awards from the International Newsmedia Marketing Association. They also won First Place in INMA’s Digital Audience Usage and Engagement (75,000 – 300,000) category for the “Stampede Social Media Hub”.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

From Alberta to China, With Nine Kids in Tow

Licia Corbella
Calgary Herald
Cory and Michelle Coles, both 36, and nine of their 10 children are flying off to China for nine months with the hope of learning Mandarin and understanding more about the fascinating culture behind the emerging superpower.