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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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Lifestyle

Saluting women in the electrical industry

Jason Courtepatte is a young Métis entrepreneur who is changing the way the electrical industry views women in the Edmonton area. Courtepatte, the owner of Kite Electric, prides himself in operating a diverse and equal-opportunity electrical and solar company.  Since

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Culture

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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Campus

Creative spotlight: Aisha Yusuf

Aisha Yusuf is a 23-year-old writer and former communications student at MacEwan University. Yusuf was attracted to the program due to its emphasis on storytelling and expression. Indeed, Yusuf had that “spark” to engage with ideas from a young age.

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Culture

Inclusivity is in vogue, literally

Marielle Terhart has become the sustainable fashion it-girl, not by mirroring the ones she once dreamed of becoming, but by making a space for herself — and others like her — next to them. Terhart is an Edmonton-based influencer whose

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Creative spotlight: Bailey Stefan-Houle

Since her childhood days playing piano, music was always a big part of Bailey Stefan-Houle’s life. She had always done classical jazz composition and vocals until after high school when she bought her first guitar from a Mennonite couple for

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Culture

Creative spotlight: Ellie Heath

It’s 1994 and a young Anna Paquin has taken to the stage to accept an Oscar for her role in The Piano. As her speech ends, a young Ellie Heath’s begins. Though her audience looks a little different — her

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Food

A lifetime of redistribution

Although he has been a self-described “politics nerd” for most of his life, Cody Bondarchuk was not yet planning to run for Edmonton City Council when he was working at McDonald’s just over a decade ago. He was there to

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Creative spotlight: Simone A. Medina Polo

From Mexico City, Mexico, Simone A. Medina Polo is a trans, Latinx scholar and artist. She started taking a BA in philosophy at Concordia University in 2013, followed by a three year break after graduation to work in the arts.

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