What to do this Halloween

There’s a Halloween Activity for Everyone This October A guide by Kaylene Stefaniuk There’s no shortage of spooky good times to be had in Edmonton this October. Whether you’re looking to have your socks scared off or to learn about some local lore, you’re guaranteed...

Four Indigenous Role Models In and Around Edmonton

“There emerges a universal theme in their messages. Concentrated in cultural strengthening, progress & development, combating racism & prejudice, and raising awareness for Indigenous topics and issues.” By Chaylene Ribbonleg I’m going to be...

A Tour of Edmonton Best Donairs

“A city with a whopping 120 donair shops and restaurants, the five we tried are only a fraction of what Edmonton has to offer.” Photos and Article by Chaylene Ribbonleg Basha Donair & ShawarmaQueen DonairBest DonairSwiss DonairPrimeTime Donair &...

Netflix’s Deadly Illusions: review

“I knew I was in for a ride, a terribly made, poorly acted and badly written ride, and I was incredibly ecstatic…” by Vanessa Agbulu Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, one of my favourite things to do to pass the time is to watch bad movies. It’s a...
Remembering Grandma. Writing Pysanka.

Remembering Grandma. Writing Pysanka.

“I have realized something that I have willfully ignored: I identify as Ukrainian, though I am of mixed European heritage, but I know nothing about this culture.” By Kelsey Brick Once again Easter has come and gone.  I don’t really celebrate this...

Online dating during the pandemic (bumble review)

How hard could it be to find a decently respectable, funny man who was not looking for anything serious that was still open to anything? image: pandasecurity.com By Mariana Gutierrez-Serna I have grown tired of the number of times my friends have said “I had just...
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