From the rich suburbs of St. Albert emerges a young and naive artist by the name of Kyle Bauder. His music is pretty good. During the summer of 2014 he sets out to release a solo album. Will he achieve his dream of superstardom and making a little bit of money? Or will he be permanently banished to the abyss of “wait, what’s that guy’s name?”
The Downtown Business Association (DBA) would like a few of minutes of your time to give us your opinions about downtown Edmonton.
If you’re a film-maker, have an Edmonton address and have a brilliant piece of screened work, you could be eligible for $10,000 – courtesy of the Edmonton Arts Council (EAC). In 2012 EAC launched the Edmonton Film Prize to formally acknowledge the best in Edmonton’s screen-based industries. Over the last two years, judges have scrutinized more than 30 magnificent pieces before agreeing on the winner(s). Features, shorts, docs, experimentals, one-offs – they’re all eligible.
While many Calgarians look on with envy as the Edmonton Oilers plan a magnificent new building to play in, landlord Bob Dhillon sees only the opportunity.
Northlands has started looking at what the future holds after the Oilers leave Rexall Place for the new downtown arena. The non-profit society recently began work on a long-term master plan for the site that will likely be finished in early 2015, executive director of operations Mike Derbyshire said Wednesday.
Some regional mayors hope to put Alberta Transportation’s second outer ring road back on the table Thursday, but face stiff opposition from Edmonton. The proposed highway would circle Edmonton about eight kilometres outside the Anthony Henday.
"Alberta is getting a new licence plate. The plate will feature a new design, Alberta’s website address and new logo, and a reflective coating that will help make roads and communities safer. Vote for your favourite design by choosing one of the three options below by Tuesday, August 19."
Edmonton Police plan to ask the city for $14 million over five years to buy two new helicopters to replace the current fleet of single-engine choppers.
"In case you missed it, here’s my recap of the light up that took place on Canada Day. Now that the lights are turned on, I had some questions about them, and I heard some common questions from others too. So I reached out to the Light the Bridge team for answers. Here’s what I found out!"
"Thousands of Edmontonians lined the river valley on Canada Day to catch a glimpse of not only fireworks, but also the official light up of the High Level Bridge. The project was greenlit back in March when the necessary $2.5 million to purchase and install 50,000 LED bulbs on the bridge was successfully raised. Over the last month the lights were installed and tested in preparation for Canada Day."
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