Coronavirus: How Edmonton post-secondary institutes are responding to the pandemic

Colleges and universities in Edmonton are updating their plans after Alberta’s top doctor issued new, stricter guidelines on public gatherings and travel. In her daily update on Thursday, chief medical officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw called for all events with more…

New Edmonton exhibit tells story of Alberta Métis community at residential schools

Posted February 2, 2020 3:20 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ An exhibit in Edmonton is telling the stories of Alberta’s Métis community during the times of residential schools. The Forgotten:…

New facility awaits cooking students as downtown expands hospitality offerings

Students learn valuable skills as quick-service cooks Front of house Alysha Durovick serving up food made in the new commercial/test kitchen part of a new hospitality program in the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation Hospitality Laboratory, which opened recently at NorQuest…

New commercial kitchen enhances hospitality training in Edmonton’s inner city

Norquest College has opened a new commercial kitchen funded by the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation. The facility opened Wednesday, promising a space to teach food preparation, kitchen management and menu-crafting skills to students of the Hospitality Program. A $1.5-million donation…