As journalists we often come across a story, person, place or situation that leaves a lasting impression and we wish we could share more with our viewers than the 90 seconds television allows.
Postscript gives us a place to present those little extras and dig a little deeper into those stories that most interest Albertans.
We are pleased to share the more memorable moments from some of our most experienced reporters and anchors with our viewers...
Ian White says new Hockey Calgary rule panders to our ugliest nature.
Bill Macfarlane takes a look at the complex and controversial issue of hunting.
Calgarians packed into the Saddeldome to see the Tragically Hip this week, Chris Epp reports on a generation of Canadians saying good-bye to their favourite band
Ryan White recalls the heartbreaking Amber Alert conversation he found himself in above the kids' midway at Stampede Park.
Chris Epp looks at the public’s growing distaste for trend-jumping restaurants and other corporations.
Shaun Frenette reports on the incredible survival stories from Fort McMurray and the willingness to share them.
Courtney Ketchen reports on the race to rescue Alberta’s animals from the raging wildfires near Fort McMurray
On sources, tips and “butt-holes” – Chris Epp looks at the complicated relationship between police and the media
Assignment Editor Reg Hampton reflects on nearly three decades of monitoring police, fire and ambulance scanners
It was supposed to be "just another day at work" but covering a story about a young woman with brain cancer started to feel a little too close to home for reporter Kevin Green…
It’s been a tough year for the Alberta economy. Robyn Reed shares her perspective on surviving the slump and how some days are tougher than others.
As Ottawa offers thanks for all those who helped the government bring 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada, Tara Nelson reflects on her own family’s decision to immigrate here...
As the Alberta government begins consultations on its controversial Bill 6, CTV Calgary’s Chris Epp reflects on how life on the farm ain’t what it used to be…
Ian White reflects on the personal impact of the deaths of Evan and Jordan Caldwell at Canada Olympic Park.