All posts by: Glenn Kubish

Have you heard about our GoatWorks Program & Goat Coordinator Position?

[UPDATE March 6, 2018]: Please note the City of Edmonton Goat Coordinator Job Posting is now closed.   No kidding, the job ad has gotten a lot of media attention. Here are some things you may be ...

Students from five continents converge — and collaborate — on climate change (Part 2)

In this Transforming Edmonton blog post, we continue the story of the climate change white paper. Students from Queen Elizabeth High School in Edmonton are among hundreds of students worldwide working...

Students from five continents converge — and collaborate — on climate change

The first smile of the day stemmed from the sheer joy of being together on planet Earth. Terry Godwaldt, executive director of the Centre for Global Education at Queen Elizabeth High School, had just ...

Three artists share uplifting funicular story

Before you go any further, please take a half minute to watch the Fun Fun Funicular video. If you’ve already seen the video, we dare you to watch it again and not smile. We’ll get to the role of t...

10.5 Questions for Shalini Kantayya

Award-winning filmmaker Shalini Kantayya will be in Edmonton on January 30 for a two-part Race for a Clean Energy Future presentation. The events are part of the Change for Climate Community Series th...

For the first time, new Edmonton students welcomed home!

Atizaz Akhtar’s talent for chemical engineering did nothing to help him find the equation to stay on a mechanical bull. “That was fun!” Akhtar smiled as he picked himself off the mat and walked ...

The machinery of local democracy

Iain MacLean understands democracy is all about one person, one vote. But he also knows technology means one vote is all about 245 tabulators. MacLean is the the City of Edmonton’s Director of Elect...

Friendly, neighbourhood spiders

It’s September in Edmonton. These are some of things you hear this time of year: It’s getting dark pretty early, eh? The Walterdale Bridge looks pretty rad. And, I’ve never seen a spider that si...

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