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Art That Heals The Soul

With things starting to open around our city, we are also faced with the reality that it has been a long time since we have done anything social. And what better way to get back into the swing of things than by going with your friends to the “IMAGINE VAN GOH” exhibit which is currently taking place at the Edmonton Expo Center. This amazing exhibit … Continue reading Art That Heals The Soul

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One day, One Hundred Countries

Imagine being able to travel around the whole world in just one day, making stops at 100 different countries without any layovers. Imagine being able to immerse yourself in many different cultures, being able to join in on traditional dances and songs, witnessing stunning and vibrant art and cultural displays, and indulging yourself in various cuisines that stimulate your taste buds and make you go … Continue reading One day, One Hundred Countries

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Lessons From The Unexpected

The following is an unpublished Bolt article originally submitted in March 2019, written shortlyafter the end of in-person classes, by a member of the Class of 2020. A post-script follows theoriginal article text. So this is how it ends. A pandemic. A punctuated semester. A weekend away fromschool that will never end for graduating students. Yes, classes continue, or not, for a small fewwitnessing a … Continue reading Lessons From The Unexpected

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ESPC Blurb for Post-Secondary Students

Are you interested in poverty reduction, food security, housing and homelessness, livable incomes, and other issues that affect vulnerable populations?  Edmonton Social Planning Council Wants YOU! ESPC conducts social policy research to deepen community understanding of social planning issues, influence decision-makers, and spark collaborative actions that lead to positive social change. We are dedicated to encouraging the adoption of equitable social policy. Our work speaks … Continue reading ESPC Blurb for Post-Secondary Students

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The Man Who Conquered Time

Edmonton is home to many aspiring artists, who are using this pandemic as an opportunity to hone their skills and develop the approach they will take to make an artistic stamp on the timeline of our interesting city. From painters who express life on canvas during the Art Walks on White Avenue, to those who are making and selling various types of masks online, there … Continue reading The Man Who Conquered Time

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Days of Comics’ Past

Over the years, Edmonton’s Telus World of Science has been home to some of the coolest exhibits imaginable. From Body Works to Harry Potter, the exhibits that make their stop in Edmonton never fail to disappoint. With content that Marvel fans of all generations can appreciate and relate to, the current Marvel exhibit is no exception. Continue reading Days of Comics’ Past