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Edmonton Native Healing Center connects with Prince Charles Neighbourhood for Community League Day

Reconciliation is fast becoming a common word in Edmonton’s neighbourhoods. There is a clear desire to address the mistreatment of Indigenous people and create opportunities for connection betwe...

The two sides of graffiti

Graffiti means different things to different people. For some, it is an appealing form of street art and provides opportunities for artistic expression. For others, it’s an ugly array of spray paint...

Revitalizing Stony Plain Road

Edmonton has no shortage of destination hot spots and one such example can be found in the Stony Plain Road Business Improvement Area (BIA). The area is becoming a cultural and family friendly area wh...

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...

Thank you City of Edmonton Volunteers!

Have you ever wondered how events at the Edmonton Valley Zoo and programs at your favourite attractions facility go off without a hitch? How does litter disappear from neighbourhoods? Or how did your ...

Edmonton salutes its 2016 Citation and Performance Award recipients

It was a full house at City Hall on November 21, with more than 200 individuals being recognized for their tremendous achievements in arts and culture, community service and sports throughout the last...

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