Posts Tagged: events

Edmonton Food Council Recruitment, What the Truck?!, Metro Edmonton’s Future

Here’s the latest entry in my Edmonton Etcetera series, in which I share some thoughts on a few topical items in one post. Less than I’d write in a full post on each, but more than I’d include in Edmonton Notes. Have feedback? Let me know! Edmonton Food Council Recruitment The Edmonton Food Council is… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for June 12, 2016

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines Fallen police officer Constable Daniel Woodall was honoured this week by naming the park at 7304 South Terwillegar Drive after him. “The park includes a new soccer pitch, in recognition of Constable Woodall’s love of soccer. It also features an Autumn Blaze Maple Tree planted with compost created… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for May 29, 2016

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines City Council has approved the EndPovertyEdmonton implementation roadmap. “With council’s endorsement of the road map, EndPovertyEdmonton will begin work on its transition from a task force. Rather than forming a new organization that will compete for resources with other non-profits, EndPovertyEdmonton will work to bring together a diverse… Reads more »

Your Guide to Summer Festivals & Events in Edmonton: 2016 Edition!

It looks like summer is here to stay, and that means it’s time for my listing of summer festivals & events, powered by ShareEdmonton. Below you’ll find dozens of events with a website, dates, and links to social media for each. You’ll also find a link to the event at ShareEdmonton and a link to… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for May 8, 2016

Happy Mother’s Day! Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines What started out as a fairly normal week quickly became anything but when the Fort McMurray wildfire swept through the city on Tuesday, destroying more than 1,600 buildings and forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands of people. The fire grew quickly throughout the week… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for May 1, 2016

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines This year’s property tax increase has been set: “The average single-family home in Edmonton will see a 4.1% increase in property taxes this year, and non-residential properties will see a 2.1% increase.” For a typical house valued at $408,000 the City says that property taxes will be about… Reads more »