Posts Categorized: Edmonton Notes

Edmonton Notes for 1/31/2009

Here are some Edmonton-related things I found interesting this week: Edmonton was named the most sustainable city in Canada in the third-annual ranking published this week. We’re also the first city in the world to implement an ecoMobility project with the Global Alliance for EcoMobility. NAIT hosted a pretty cool event this week featuring Chef… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for 1/24/2009

Here are some Edmonton-related things I found interesting this week: The City of Edmonton is co-hosting a photography competition called Lights Down Stars Up. They are looking for photographs that “capture the splendour and sensibility of naturally or artificially lit places.” Submissions need to be in no later than April 30th, and the winners will… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for 1/10/2009

Here are some Edmonton-related things I found interesting this week: Thursday was the official start of Winter Light 2009, Edmonton’s new winter festival. I wrote about it here, and Todd Babiak wrote a good article in The Journal today. Numbers released by Statistics Canada on Friday show that Edmonton has the lowest unemployment rate in… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for 12/20/2008

Here are some Edmonton-related things I found interesting this week: The City was awarded a silver medal for leadership from the Institute of Public Administration of Canada for its program to assess and manage $33 billion worth of roads, sewers, bridges, LRT lines, and other infrastructure. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman was in town this week,… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for 12/6/2008

Here are some Edmonton-related things I found interesting this week: I guess winter has finally arrived 🙁 Though it was raining tonight, very odd! Here are a couple things I already wrote about: Edmonton’s new Future Shop, and more funding for the Winter Lights festival. There were a number of political rallies in Edmonton this… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for 11/29/2008

Here are some Edmonton-related things I found interesting this week: I posted about a couple things already: the new hockey arena concept, and the Halloween Festival. Today, Canwest Global relaunched about ten websites, one of which was the Edmonton Journal site. Sadly, there’s nothing unique about the new look. Every Canwest newspaper site in the… Reads more »