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Beyond the Blue Horizon (Leftorium)
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Oscar Klefbom blossomed last season, staying healthy, playing 82 games and scoring 38 points. Although the Oilers have been very successful in drafting impact forwards over the years (from Messier to McDavid), quality defensemen have been a very rare thing. Klefbom’s emergence gives the Oil...
Published at OilersNation
Building A Smarter Way Out Of Congestion
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I’m grateful for the chance to provide some context and information about the impacts the Valley Line LRT will have on traffic in southeast Edmonton, and to share what City Council is thinking about LRT planning in light of the many challenges we’ve had with trains at intersections. We hear loud ...
Published at Don Iveson
There’s A Lone Budgie That Flies Around The Streets of Edmonton And We’re Totally Here For It
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There’s A Lone Budgie That Flies Around The Streets of Edmonton And We’re Totally Here For It
  HAVE YOU SEEN THIS BUDGIE?! Apparently, it roams the skies of the City of Champions.  According to a recent Reddit post by user picklejinx, they caught the budgie resting in an evergreen tree near Saddleback Royal Pizza hanging with some Magpies! Definitely an unusual sight. Another user c...
Published at SONiC 102.9
FRINGE: Drag deity does deadly Devil
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Mike Delamont: The Devil By Mike Delamont, Victoria, Venue 37 (La Cite Francophone) Veteran comic Mike Delamont has once again elevated stand-up comedy into a high art form at the Edmonton Fringe festival. In contrast to his other hit show, God is a Scottish Drag Queen (returning to Edmonton in O...
Published at GIG CITY
Where people go, art follows
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Where people go, art follows
Originally published in a 2006 issue of Fifty3 Magazine (Volume 7 Issue 2) Neil Parmar’s article “Art in Space” shines light onto the seemingly unusual crossroads between space travel and art. In this issue of From the Archives, we examine a timeline of people’s efforts to bring art to space and ...
Published at Latitude 53 Blog
RE 17-18 ERIC GRYBA: GENERATOR
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RE 17-18 ERIC GRYBA: GENERATOR
Eric Gryba is a big defender who makes life difficult for opposition skill. His penalty total raises eyebrows and he isn’t going to see power-play time, but the fancy stats have some positive things to say about him. The Edmonton Oilers like his experience, his size, wingspan and toughness....
Published at Lowetide
Learning Analytics and eClass: Improving Teaching and Learning
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Learning Analytics and eClass: Improving Teaching and Learning
As you get ready for the coming semester, have you thought about how learning analytics could be used to improve your teaching?Continue Reading
Published at The QUAD
Let’s Talk: Essential Oil #SpreadWellness Edition || @SajeWellness
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I’m an essential oil lover, that’s a fact. So naturally I gravitate to Saje locations monthly. Their mission is to help you feel better, naturally through plant-derived alternatives to pharmaceutical medicine. I can’t say enough good things about this Canadian owned sustainable ...
Published at Northern Style Exposure
Tempting the Edmonton Fringe Audience
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Guest blog post by Leila Raye-Crofton Off the Top Theatre Projects, a company started by Ashleigh Hicks and myself, came together all The post Tempting the Edmonton Fringe Audience appeared first on curious arts.
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2 more UNEXPECTED Fringe hits
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The Superhero Who Loved Me   By Blarney Productions, Venue 28  (The Playhouse) “It all started with the invasion …” are the terse words that blast off Chris Craddock’s first new Fringe play in six years. As quick as a photon torpedo we are ensnared in this galactic tale. Observes Supe...
Published at GIG CITY
EAC Weekly August 23
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EAC Weekly August 23
EAC Weekly August 23: The EAC Weekly is here! Discover local events like exhibition openings, concerts, book launches and festivals. See opportunities available to local artists, such as joining the Nuit Blanche Edmonton Board, becoming a part of the Edmonton Opera production team, contributing t...
Published at Edmonton Arts Council
WWYDW: Which 1990’s Oiler would you most like to see on Edmonton’s roster today?
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Today’s edition of What Would You Do Wednesday is without question an odd one: If you could transport one 1990’s Edmonton Oiler to the modern day team, which one would you pick? First, there are some ground rules. The seasons covered by this question run from 1990-91 to 1999-2000. That knocks mos...
Published at OilersNation
Q&A with Shawn Selway for Hamilton Review of Books
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Q&A with Shawn Selway for Hamilton Review of Books
I really enjoyed getting the chance to chat with Shawn Selway, author of the recent book, Nobody Here Will Harm You, about the Tuberculosis evacuations of Inuit from the Eastern Arctic.                     Read our full conversation over at the Ha...
Published at Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail
Chicago Travel Recap
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Chicago Travel Recap
Josh and I absolutely love travelling and one of our goals this year was to travel more. We created a little bucket list of places we wanted to visit this year with Tulum being one of them and the next up on our list? Chicago! We headed down to Chicago with a few friends to […] The post Chi...
Published at Over My Styled Body
3 Fringe plays on MODERN LIFE
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Leash Your Potential By Ryan Gunther, Vancouver, Venue 10 (Acacia Hall) If you’ve ever worked in a heavily bureaucratized, stolidly corporate environment, you know exactly what Ryan Gunther is talking about in his new play Leash Your Potential. Through the vehicle of the “seminar” – a forma...
Published at GIG CITY
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