Sikh and former white supremacist visit Edmonton to share message of forgiveness

In a year where the United States has seen high profile racially targeted shootings like the one inside a Texas Walmart, an unlikely pair is hoping to combat that hate. The duo was brought in by the City of Edmonton…

Edmonton students to protest climate change at Alberta legislature

Students in Edmonton are among the thousands of Canadians expected to hit the streets on Friday to demand widespread, systemic change to halt the impacts of a warming planet. Marches are planned in at least 85 Canadian cities and towns…

Edmonton a key battleground in 2019 federal election: political scientist

Edmonton will play a key role in the 2019 federal election, says a MacEwan University political science professor. Over the course of the last few months, the leaders of Canada’s main political parties have been travelling the country, making their…

Edmonton’s Centre High moving out of Boardwalk building

Centre High in downtown Edmonton is on the move. Edmonton Public Schools has leased a portion of the MacEwan University’s Alberta College campus, on the corner of MacDonald Drive and 100 Street. The Centre High campus will move from its…

SPUD online delivery service CEO Peter van Stolk gives advice to local businesses on going beyond the bottom line

Peter van Stolk is the CEO of Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery or SPUD.ca, an online grocery company delivering local, organic products. He is presenting at the Enlightened Economy Summit 2019 in Edmonton this week, and joined Jennifer Crosby to talk…

MacEwan University event aims to spark love of literacy among Edmonton readers

On Sunday, MacEwan University welcomed readers of all ages to kick-start — or rekindle — a love of literacy. Family Literacy Day is a national awareness initiative created to highlight the importance of reading and engaging in other literacy-related activities.…