News without analysis is only half the story. The Calgary Herald comes loaded with commentary from some of Alberta’s most influential thinkers, offering their unique opinions on the issues. All our columnists command loyal audiences within their fields of expertise, laying the foundation for our dedicated community of informed, intelligent readers.
Don has written a city column for the Herald since 1993. Before that, he was the Herald’s legislature columnist in Edmonton for five years.
Val joined the Herald in 1998 as lifestyle editor. Prior to her column, Val was the associate editor of the Herald’s Arts & Style section.
Licia Corbella has worked for daily newspapers for almost 25 years and is currently the Calgary Herald’s Editorial Page Editor.
For columns that go beyond the scores and standings, don’t miss southern Alberta’s premiere sports columnist, George Johnson.
David Parker writes several times a week in the Calgary Herald, specializing in all areas of economic development with an emphasis on business growth, commercial real estate and executive profiles.
Deborah has been a Calgary Herald business columnist since April 2007.
Naomi came to the Herald in 1998 and is the letters editor, a columnist and an editorial writer.
Bill Brooks delivers photos and coverage from the city’s biggest and best parties and fundraisers.
Stephen Ewart brings his insider experience and insight from the energy industry to his columns in the Business section.
Lifestyle columns from Yvonne Jeffery take you to the heart of a diverse range of issues.
For the best highlights and insights from the entertainment world, check out Ruth Myles.