Groundbreaking for new Roxy Theatre after devastating Edmonton fire

On Monday morning, officials, stakeholders and supporters gathered on Edmonton’s 124 Street for the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Roxy Theatre. The original theatre was built in 1938 and became a landmark on High Street. READ MORE: Roxy Theatre destroyed…

Summer food panel on delicious events in Edmonton this summer

Summers in Edmonton means good food and outdoor events. Courtney Higgins is with Edmonton Tourism and is behind the social media accounts for Explore Edmonton, and Jay Sparrow is the owner of Sea Change Brewing Co. They joined Jennifer Crosby…

It’s Christmas in June at the 630 CHED Santas Anonymous summer sale

This year, you can kick off your summer with some Christmas spirit thanks to the first ever Santa & Friends Summer Garage Sale for 630 CHED Santas Anonymous. Story continues below Every year, the goal for 630 CHED Santas Anonymous…

Alberta leads country in distrust of government, other institutions: survey

For the first time in four years, the CanTrust Index has revealed a significant drop in trust in Canada — with Alberta as the driving force. The survey by Proof Inc. shows the average Canadian is losing trust in government,…

Edmonton River Valley Revenge ultramarathon is bigger than ever

June 14 2019 8:45am The River Valley Revenge Ultramarathon has been ramped up, with distances from a mere 50 kilometres to up to 100 miles for the truly dedicated. Course director Todd Savard explains why people do it. ‘ });…

Edmonton pool closure prompts councillor to ask tower developers to consider P3 rec space

Councillor Scott McKeen sees the pipe leaks at Oliver pool that forced its closure as something that could prompt consultation on new facilities to be accelerated. The Ward 6 councillor would like to see developers of the new residential towers…