The seven men reminiscing on the Coliseum ice last month worked together for over 30 years at the former home of the Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oil Kings. Memories and laughter flowed. Continue reading Saying goodbye after forty-four years Triumphs and legends were created on NHL’s best ice
The holidays herald parties, and that brings more instances of impaired driving. With this in mind, Edmonton Police Service (EPS) is preparing for holiday checkstops, but police encourage drivers who choose to drink to find alternatives to get home. Continue reading Celebrate responsibly this holiday season Edmonton has plenty of options to get home safely
While Edmonton’s Somali community voiced its rejection of violence in the aftermath of the Sept. 30 knife and vehicle attack, it was also the catalyst for a demonstration of togetherness and inclusion. Continue reading Edmontonians unite over September attack Communities celebrate unity at Edmonton City Hall
Our community loves to cook together.
The newly renovated kitchen at Alberta Avenue Community Centre is already host to the Mennonite Centre’s Global Cooking program on Tuesdays, where new immigrants cook dishes from different cultures together, then sit down, socialize, and share a meal. Others in the neighbourhood are also taking advantage of the new kitchen. Continue reading Collective kitchens make food affordable Community members socialize and prepare food together
Yule Ave brings the holidays home for people this December with an emphasis on the values of the season.
The event returns for its sixth year at Alberta Avenue Community Centre on Dec. 16 to bring free fun for the whole family.
“I want people to create Christmas, not to buy it,” said organizer Frank Zotter about the upcoming one-day event. Continue reading Annual festival returns to the Ave for a one-day event Yule Ave celebrates the holiday season with families in mind
The municipal election has come and gone, but we still have the lingering issues identified during the campaign.
These issues are important to community members and come up during an election for good reasons. It’s important we don’t forget about these issues. After all, we have an opportunity to keep advocating for our concerns and ensure city council and public school trustees find solutions. Continue reading Why you should remember your community concerns Following up on issues identified during the municipal election
Last spring, I signed a lease to move into what I thought was a beautiful home, blissfully unaware of the nightmare that was about to unfold. Looking back, I have some tips to share on how others might avoid unintentionally placing themselves in a precarious housing situation. Continue reading Do your homework before renting a property Investigating could save you grief in the long run
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For many people, the holiday season can put a strain on the old budget. So, if like us, you want to keep costs down and still have your home looking fabulous for when guests arrive, here are a few tips. Continue reading Decorating affordably for the holidays Great tips to make your home look fantastic
Christmas is celebrated around the world in many different ways. Now that I’ve been in Canada for four Christmases, I understand Christmas as a good spirit that affects everyone. Continue reading Christmas encourages the spirit of sharing An African immigrant contemplates Christmas traditions
When winter sets in, we prepare to keep ourselves warm, but we should also do the same for our pets. Continue reading Protecting your pets during the winter Cold weather affects animals just as much as people