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  • Fruits of the Loom

    The handmade movement sees a resurgence of people embracing textiles as an art worthy of respect.

  • Renewed Hope

    New centre offers increased quality of life for patients living with Parkinson’s disease.

  • Finding Edmonton in Iceland

    Icelandair has made the European country accessible to us — a local sees if it works both ways. 

  • Harsch Has Blueprint for Better Care for Seniors

    Harsch is the owner of ExquisiCare, the first private, boutique-style long-term care home for seniors in Alberta. The 7,000 square foot, 10-bedroom home, which opened in May 2012, looks like every other new home in a southwest Edmonton residential neighbourhood. 

  • Burying the Hatchet?

    Edmonton and Calgary talk about mutual cooperation and a big-city charter, but can they put over a century of jealousies behind them?

  • Advice to Supporters of Wolverine Monument, from an SCTV Monument Supporter

    For those who want to see a Wolverine monument, you can learn a lot from us.  Based on experience, I will give you a primer on the hoops you need to go through to get a monument done.

  • Leading the Leaders

    Kim Campbell briefly held the country’s top office as prime minister — now she’s a founding member of the U of A’s forthcoming college for decision-makers.

  • Taking Stock

    Through crowdfunding, customers invest in the businesses they think will succeed; but sometimes businesses thrive despite a lack of support 

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