The Local Good

The Local Good is a not-for-profit organization that encourages Edmontonians to become greener, to think local first, and to make informed socially-responsible choices.

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Storify – Green Drinks: The Election #yegvotes
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On October 12, 2017, we kicked off our fall season with an election-themed Green Drinks at the Yellowhead Brewery! Didn’t make it or just interested in seeing some #yegvote interaction? Check out this Storify summary. Our next event (all about Local Art) is November 1st! [<a href=”//sto...
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Election 2017 questionnaire response: Heather Workman, Ward 8
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.]     What is the biggest challenge your Ward faces? What policy solutions would y...
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Election 2017 questionnaire response: Gordon Nickolic, mayoral candidate
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.] What is the biggest challenge the city faces? What policy solutions would you seek if...
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Election 2017 questionnaire response: Eli Schrader, Ward 8
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.] What is the biggest challenge your Ward faces? What policy solutions would you seek i...
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Election 2017 questionnaire response: Felix Amenaghawom, Ward 4
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.] What is the biggest challenge your Ward faces? What policy solutions would you seek i...
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Election 2017 questionnaire response: Kirsten Goa, Ward 8
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.] What is the biggest challenge your Ward faces? What policy solutions would you seek i...
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Election 2017 questionnaire response: Sim Senol, Ward 10
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.]   What is the biggest challenge your Ward faces? What policy solutions would you seek...
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Election 2017 questionnaire response: Samantha Hees, Ward 10
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.]   What is the biggest challenge your Ward faces? What policy solutions would you seek...
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Election questionnaire response: Chris Christianson, Ward 11
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.] What is the biggest challenge your Ward faces? What policy solutions would you seek i...
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Election questionnaire response: Reuben Avellana, Ward 1
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[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 council candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.] What is the biggest challenge your Ward faces? What policy solutions would you seek i...
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