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Deliria: how a Belgian beer is celebrating women

Now is the time to celebrate women. This past year we have seen some huge wins for women all over the world. From Kamala Harris being elected first female vice president of the United States, to the Norwegian Olympic handball

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Day Trip: The Aga Khan Garden

Have you ever wanted to escape the grey of the buildings downtown but you don’t quite want to make the drive out to the mountains? Do you ever just need a place where you can reflect and take a breath?

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Review: The Tomorrow War

In the inevitable lull of summer TV programming, I did what any bored university student with no homework and way too much time on their hands would do: I went content surfing. This is where I came across The Tomorrow

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Creative Spotlight: Gabrielle DeGouw

Gabrielle deGouw is a self-proclaimed lantern addict. Ever since she saw the lanterns at the Quarter’s Arts Spring Equinox Parade about seven years ago, she’s been hooked. They may just be wire, paper, and a few light bulbs, but they’re

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Converse and Cook

In 2016, Mishma Mukith and Juanita Gnanapragasam were inspired to start Converse and Cook. In an interview, Gnanapragasam said Converse and Cook is “cooking socials where the emphasis is on community building and fostering connection through a shared interest in

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The Issue Magazine

The Issue Magazine is an excellent digital fashion magazine that publishes articles about the fashion industry in Edmonton.  Donnalee Riley, the creative director and the editor-in-chief of The Issue Magazine, shared her inspirations, hopes, experiences, and advice concerning the magazine. 

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Culture

Review: Snow Warrior

I never knew bike couriers exist in Edmonton, especially in winter. I mean, how can anyone ride a bike in the middle of coldness and survive it? In most cases, I have never had a glimpse of a bike courier

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An extra sense of home

“A house,” Chief Billy Morin of Enoch Cree Nation explains, “is walls and a building and a sidewalk — a dwelling to live in. But home is a little bit different.” As his third term as Chief of Enoch Cree

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A Sprawl-ing venture

Whether in a job interview, by your high school’s guidance counselor, or by a job recruiter on campus, at some point everyone has been asked: “where do you see yourself in five years? ” “I always struggled with that question,”

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Review: Framing Britney Spears

The highly anticipated Britney Spears documentary, Framing Britney Spears, had all the makings necessary for a great docu mentary. A beloved pop star in need, a legal battle against her corrupt father, a diverse cast of moderately reputable sources, and

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