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...
CTV News Calgary senior producer and video journalist Shaun Frenette recounts his first meeting with Fred Sasakamoose, the NHL's first Canadian Indigenous player, at a trial in Saskatchewan in the 1990s.
The magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic has created a demand for information like no one in our newsroom has experienced before.
"Don't tell mom or dad," was the message my sister sent me when she first told me that she and her partner of four years were getting married.
Thoughts and prayers may not be enough in the wake of mass shootings...but Chris Epp says they can’t hurt.
He coached the St. Francis Browns High School football team for nearly two decades, but perhaps some of the greatest lessons he taught were learned off the field. CTV’s Mark Villani looks back on the memory of mentor and friend, Sam Stambene…
Thousands of energy workers who have been laid off over the past few years are still struggling to find work in Alberta. Chris Epp profiles one local landman who is trying to get back on his feet.
Ian White shares his thoughts after visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. historic district in Atlanta, Georgia.
The tragic loss of so many young hockey players hits close to home for many in the hockey community.
Remembering decades of covering – and following – Gord Downie.
The Saddledome is the oldest barn. While the NHL and the city fight over who pays to replace it, Chris Epp tells us about the fans who've been benched while they wait for a decision…
Why the Wildrose and Progressive Conservatives urge to merge comes with a checkered past and uncertain future.
One year after covering the Fort McMurray wildfire, reporter Shaun Frenette and cameraman Richard Blais returned to the region, to see how people are faring.
CTV Calgary's David Spence received a Lifetime Achievement Award from RTDNA Canada on April 29, 2017 and reflects on his experiences at the weather desk over the last 30 years.
A jury has convicted Douglas Garland of three counts of first degree murder for the deaths of Nathan O'Brien and his grandparents Alvin and Kathy Liknes. Loved ones waited two and a half years for justice. Ina Sidhu describes what it was like to cover the five week trial.
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.