Gift guide for the master procrastinator

If you are like me and you love to procrastinate, December can be a very dangerous month. Around the beginning of the month you look at the calendar and think “Hey! I have 24 days to get all of this done, no problem! I will plan better this year and […] Read more »

Carsharing in Edmonton celebrates one year

POGO CarShare Edmonton

Celebrating its first year of operation, naming Pogo Carshare’s biggest triumph is easy for co-founder and entrepreneur Kieran Ryan — simply, that it works.  Now with over 2,000 members to date, Pogo has received plenty of local support, with an average user age of 35 and the potential to transform […] Read more »

Old Strathcona Antique Mall is the merchant of memories

Edmonton has many options when it comes to shopping. After all, we still lay claim to the largest mall in North America, and the city is peppered with others throughout its neighbourhoods. What doesn’t always come to mind is the Old Strathcona Antique Mall (OSAM), a great alternative when seeking […] Read more »

No hibernation for Edmonton and area farmers’ markets

When dreaming up a perfect, sunny Saturday in Edmonton, the first thing that comes to mind is a morning stroll through City Market Downtown. I imagine sandals on my feet, a bag of market goodies on my shoulder, a Credo latte in my hand and a bouncing puppy by my side. […] Read more »

Edmonton local project profile: Urban Green Co-Housing Society

Members of the Urban Green Co-housing members aimed to establish a community-minded and environmentally-responsible setting in a walkable neighborhood of Edmonton’s urban core. Now, after years of planning, they have purchased properties in Old Strathcona that will each accommodate up to 25 units. The group is ready to expand their membership and […] Read more »