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  • A More Natural way to Play

    Nature-focused playground blooms with benefits for children’s health and development Children play a little differently in a new playground at a child care facility in the east Edmonton neighbourhood of

  • Remembering Shirley

    Friends of outstanding science teacher fundraised online to quickly create academic award in her name For 26 years, Shirley Brauer taught chemistry. She was a passionate educator who challenged high-achieving

  • Natural Treasure

    The Edmonton and Area Land Trust’s conservation lands are beautiful sanctuaries you may have never even heard about, let alone seen No matter how much you love the city, it

  • Supporting the Staff

    The van Woudenberg family believes a charity’s operational costs should be as well-funded as its programming for clients These days, Els and Walter van Woudenberg live in the mountains of

  • A Legacy of Caring

    ECF Board Secretary Marshall Shoctor, Q.C. was inspired by the community contributions of his late father, Dr. Joseph H. Shoctor It’s hard to believe that there was a time when

  • Spirit of the Stone

    Storied journey of papamihaw asiniy continues Centuries ago, a fireball streaked through the Alberta sky, crashing into the prairie overlooking Iron Creek in East Central Alberta. The Plains Cree named

  • Mission for Dignity

    Film project spotlights experiences of disabled Edmontonians It was a long four minutes for Roxanne Ulanicki – in fact, she describes it as “torturous.” The disabled Edmontonian, who uses a

  • Moving the Needle

    Racism is a complex social ill that is embedded in our culture, in our history and, too often, in our thoughts. How do we begin to move the needle on such a complex problem?