Edmontonians asked to stay away from North Saskatchewan River because of rising water levels

The City of Edmonton warned people to stay away from the North Saskatchewan River late Friday afternoon because of its “rapidly rising water levels.”

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Edmontonians learn permaculture to turn front yards into food lots

Some Edmontonians like Melanie Hoffman are looking to turn their front yards into food producing parcels of land using permaculture.  Inspired by patterns in nature, permaculture

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New online tool allows Edmontonians to access more COVID-19 statistics – Edmonton

The City of Edmonton has launched what it calls its news COVID-19 Data Dashboard to allow residents in Alberta’s capital to find more data

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John Humphrey Centre teams with food bank to deliver to Edmontonians in need

In the COVID-19 pandemic, not everyone who needs food can easily get to the food bank depots themselves. That’s why one non-profit group has

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Boyle Street campaign see hundreds of Edmontonians back revitalization plan

Hundreds of emails have been sent to political candidates after Boyle Street Community Services launched a campaign to revitalize its run-down, over-crowded downtown building. Staff

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Edmontonians step up to support LGBTQ homeless youth

An agency that supports LGBTQ2S homeless youth is thanking Edmontonians for stepping up and funding its new space.   Just days after going public with

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Online job scams have cost Edmontonians $240K this year – Edmonton

Edmontonians have lost more than $240,000 this year so far after falling victim to online employment scams. Between Jan. 1 and July 15, 2019,

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Being sad for the planet: Edmontonians share experiences with ecological grief

For Michael James, sometimes the grief was so extreme that it became debilitating.  As he sits in a circle with six other Edmontonians on a

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City offers tips to help Edmontonians reduce holiday waste – Edmonton

From piles of presents to meals featuring mountains of food; for many of us the holidays are a time for excess. But the City

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Renovated McKay Avenue School transports Edmontonians back in time

Makak Abubaha, 9, hasn’t ever washed socks in a way quite like this. The Grade 4 student from Baturyn School stands besides a washboard and a

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