Canada 150 Edmonton Trivia Contest – Buildings

To celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, the City of Edmonton Archives is having a contest! Test your knowledge of Edmonton and our history (or learn something new) with our 150 mul...

Canada 150 Edmonton Trivia Contest – Transportation

This post has the answers for last week’s trivia questions on Transportation. The next set of questions on Buildings in Edmonton are now available! Transportation Innovations in transportation have ...

Canada 150 Edmonton Trivia Contest – Arts & Culture

To celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, the City of Edmonton Archives is having a contest! Test your knowledge of Edmonton and our history (or learn something new) with our 150 mul...

Stormwater lakes are no place for the next Gretzky to skate

City warns that stormwater lakes and ponds are never safe for recreational use Edmontonians love to play a pickup hockey game or practice their skating moves on the closest patch of ice. While parents...

Canada 150 Edmonton Trivia Contest – Teamwork

This post has the answers for last week’s trivia questions on Teamwork. The next set of questions on Arts & Culture are now available! Teamwork Frontier communities often found it necessary to b...

2017 is the year of the Quarters Downtown!

It’s only March, but it has already been a fantastic year for the Quarters Downtown. Here’s a quick snapshot of what’s been happening. Glow Lantern Parade Magical prehistoric sea creatures swam ...

Canada 150 Edmonton Trivia Contest – About Edmonton

This post has the answers for last week’s trivia questions: About Edmonton. The next set of questions (on Teamwork) are now available and you have until Thursday, March 30 at midnight to answer them...

Launch of the Canada 150 Edmonton Trivia Contest

Welcome to the Canada 150 Edmonton Trivia Contest! Today we’re releasing the first set of 10 questions – all About Edmonton. Sets of 10 questions will be released every Friday between now and ...

Canada 150 Edmonton Trivia Contest!

To celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, the City of Edmonton Archives is having a contest! Test your knowledge of Edmonton and our history (or learn something new) with our 150 mul...

Edmonton shows global leadership in open government

Edmonton aspires to fulfill its leadership role as a preeminent global city: innovative, inclusive and engaged. Edmonton is the first organization in Canada and the United States to adopt the Internat...

An Excellent Waste of Time

How much is too much when it comes to setting out your waste? For the team behind the City’s innovative Large Volume Set Out (LVSO) initiative, finding the answer to this question started with defin...

Indigenous Artist Event Promotes Revitalization and Reconciliation

Local Indigenous artists gathered at City Hall on Tuesday, February 7, for the Indigenous Artists meet and greet. The event provided opportunities for artists to connect with businesses, organizations...

Vision Zero Hero

Last month, Traffic Safety Analyst Tazul Islam, PhD,  flew to Washington, D.C., to receive international recognition for a paper he wrote titled Before-After Safety Evaluation using Full Bayesian Mac...

Answering Citizens’ Needs

“Thank you for calling the City of Edmonton, Lisa speaking, how may I help you?” The line flows naturally as 311 Agent Lisa Saffin answers the phone. It’s early on a Monday morning, but that doe...

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