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Café culture

DISTRICT CAFÉ AND BAKERY Situated in a corner unit at 10011 109 St., District Café and Bakery is a brisk 15-minute walk from campus, and it sure is worth it. In fact, you’re better off walking, because the parking situation

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Café Culture

SQUARE 1 CAFÉ Approaching the Aspen Gardens location of Square 1 Coffee, at 15 Fairway Dr. NW, one’s expectations might not amount to much — on the outside, the building which houses the café is not terribly big and seems rather

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Café Culture

BARKING BUFFALO CAFÉ Anyone familiar with 124 Street knows that there is no shortage of places to find delicious coffee, but there’s only one Barking Buffalo Café. The small coffee shop can be found at 10842 124 St., situated inside

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Café Culture

It’s the fuel for everything we do and often the only way to start our day. So where are the best places to find fuel? We take a look at café culture and showcase three places you might want to

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Study spot: The Hallway Café

Across from the Art Gallery of Alberta, you can find a recently reinvented dining spot. The Hallway Café and Takeaway combines art, sustainability, and comfort. Located at 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, the Hallway Café is situated right in the

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A coffee break for encouragement

Yoleen Naidoo is a professional graphic designer and a business development associate at Cancom Developments. She has initiated a campaign called Coffee of Encouragement. Her goal is to encourage all of us to spare a minimum of 10 to 20

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Study spot: The Grizzlar Coffee & Records

The Grizzlar Coffee & Records is new to Edmonton, and explores coffee with a punk-rock ethos we’ve never seen before. Located just behind MacEwan University on 105 Ave. and 109 St., the café intersects music, culture, and high-quality drip coffee

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Study spot: District Moto

This spin-off Italian café and motor shop has history with Edmonton since 1927 and it’s right across 107th street. District Moto opened this past July and is both a café and Vespa dealer. Walking in, you’re greeted with a 1950s

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Study Spot: The Nook Cafe

In summer of 2017 a new café opened up in what used to be the old Edmonton City Market building, and is now home to a cozy spot for coffee and community. The Nook Cafe sits across from Canada Place

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Study spot: Block 1912

Block 1912 is a locally owned café that sits in the heart of historic Whyte Ave. Jorel Pipen, one of the café’s co-owners, purchased the space with his family in 2006. “We bought it from relatives of ours … and

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