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Local holiday gift guide 2020

Edmonton is home to many creators and entrepreneurs, and now more than ever many are in need of support. We’d like to help you, help them! We’ve rounded up some of our favourite local brands and products that are perfect

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Lifestyle

Holiday movie 2020 must-watch list

Holiday movies have expanded since the era of A Charlie Brown Christmas and the stop-motion version of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Though some classics remain must-watches every holiday season, there is always room for more movies to add to your roster, especially

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Lifestyle

Things to do while stuck indoors

Wanting to get outside for some fresh air can be a saving grace while stuck at home during COVID-19 social distancing. But with each passing day, it’s starting to get darker earlier and becoming considerably colder. This can only mean

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Lifestyle

Pandemic theatre

Only one name stood atop the Timeplay podium in auditorium 12 of Cineplex North Edmonton, and it was mine. Even though the pre-show trivia game wasn’t the same without now-former Cineplex host Tanner Zipchen reading off my instructions, it was

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Lifestyle

Review: The Social Dilemma

The title says it all. It is a dilemma, indeed. What happens when the very thing meant to keep us connected to the world disconnects us more than ever? The documentary, available now on Netflix, starts in a very relaxed

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Lifestyle

Sharing is caring — or is it?

If you’ve never heard the term “sharing economy” before, or you only have a guess at what it could mean, you’re in the same boat as a lot of people. Even the people studying this way of looking at our

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Food

Recipe: mango and apple salad

In a few short weeks, most of us students will be done school until September. It’s finally time to start thinking about summer and the possibilities of warm weather. Most of all, it is time to undo the damage of

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Date night

Date night: river valley hidden gems

Edmonton’s river valley is the largest urban park in Canada. In it, there are 160 km of pathways not counting the functionally infinite less-than-sanctioned dirt trails winding through the woods — providing weeks’ worth of activity for anyone who likes

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Culture

The world on demand

Since our global pandemic began, movie theatres have closed down and countless films have been put on pause and postponed. However, not all decided to hold off releasing during COVID. Universal’s Trolls: The World Tour opted to roll with the

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Culture

The unexpected rise of the plant industry

Businesses have slowly begun opening, and people are starting to get back to their usual daily routines. For months, the economical situation in the country was struggling due to the rapid spread of the virus. Everyone was asked to stay

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