Marigold Mioc and her mom Lily Ahonen have been making and selling headbands at Calgary’s markets for the last four years.
Kwado is a web-based platform, designed by a former Liberian refugee, that connects daily labourers and employers.
Mandy Stobo has established herself as a well-known contemporary artist, but her latest endeavor is on an entirely different plane.
Keep your head up; cross to the other side pf the street; have your keys in hand—those are all tips women are taught when alone or in a potentially dangerous situation.
Dallas Arcand is a three-time world champion hoop dancer and proud ambassador of the Alexander Plains Cree Nation.
Since 2015, the iKare4Kids initiative has helped keep families seeking serious medical care connected and informed.
Drag racing has always been a driving force in Courtney Mageau's life.
Since 1968, Edmonton’s Cross Cancer Institute has been a place of healing and hope for people facing a cancer diagnosis, and for their families
With the U.S. and Mexico engaging in bilateral trade talks, Canada has been left sitting quietly on the NAFTA sidelines, looking for signs of encouragement.
Some international estimates suggest we could run out of food by 2050 due to population growth.
Staff Sergeant Bill Clark on the Edmonton Police Service grew up in Alberta’s capital city.
Sixteen-year-old Rae-Anne Gill of High Prairie recently completed the Canadian River Valley Revenge, one of the most grueling trail racing events in North America.
According to Credit Canada, debt has prevented Canadians from going out or pursuing their goals, and causes feelings of frustration, embarrassment or guilt.
Matt Russo is a science communicator, bringing together his passions of astronomy and music in new and exciting ways.
With 23 permanent residents, the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is one of the largest in Canada.
Artists put their heart and soul into their work and sometimes they need a gentle prod to put that creativity into the public eye
The SMILE GANG operates by one rule: Someone Must Invest Love Everywhere, Good Attitude, and Generosity.
Former astronaut Mark Kelly is one of the keynote speakers at this year’s Jasper Dark Sky Festival.
Looking back in Canada’s history, it wasn't that long ago that the laws that governed our country failed to recognize the rights of the LGBTQ community.
Carmen Sims is living with a genetic bone disorder called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, also known as Brittle Bone Disease.
Often it’s recommended we find professional help for financial questions—but that’s hard to do in Canada where “financial planner” is a term frequently used and completely unregulated.
Sixteen-year-old Brian Chiem had a difficult start to his figure skating career. After being in and out of the sport for a few years, he was inspired by Olympic medalist Patrick Chan to come back and give it his all.
How do we adjust our budgets for all the summer fun?
As its founders like to say, the Museum of Fear and Wonder in Bergen is a space to explore how the worlds of humans and objects intersect.
Derek Jagodzinsky is an Edmonton-based fashion designer who mixes his Cree roots with modern, luxury designs.
Edmonton’s Hawrelak Park Amphitheatre will filled with good music and great people this weekend with the return of the Interstellar Rodeo.
What we need to keep in mind when it comes to exploring and preserving our diverse Alberta landscape.
The twenty-three year old poet has been shortlisted for several awards and has won this year's the Griffin Poetry Prize.
Custom suits getting A-list attention south of the border.
As a teenager, Jonathan Giovannoni has already launched a successful food-based career and is giving back to the community
On July 14th, Restaurants across Edmonton and Calgary will go straw-free in support of the last straw campaign
The ITU World Triathlon Series is returning to Edmonton July 27 and 28.
The AlbertaSat group at the University of Alberta is out of this world - literally.
An exhibit at the Telus World of Science Edmonton takes you on a prehistoric journey that is millions of years in the making!
Mental health, survival, and connection are just some of the reasons why youth seek out the support of gangs.
The India Film Festival of Alberta showcases Canadian and international films and is touring the province this summer.
Jasper cyclist Geneviève Arcand took on one of the world's longest self-supported bike races.
More Albertans are making a connection with their food, paying attention to where it comes from and how it’s grown.
The international tariff situation ramped up another notch with the European Union slapping major penalties on more than $3 billion worth of American products, from whisky to motorcycles.
The Edmonton Music Awards is an annual event to celebrate, showcase and promote artists and music in the capital region.
Edmonton Artist Jasmine Singh shares her love of performing and balancing a career as an independent artist.
From officiating to mentoring and volunteering, Tom Daly has dedicated his life to the world of boxing.
Mortgages, loans, big purchases and even salaries, Selina Gray tells you how to negotiate a better number.
Vivek Shraya is an award-winning multi-disciplinary artist using her art to connect to other people.
Trevor Scott was once a student and athlete at the Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Edmonton.
There seems to be a growing curiosity amongst governments of the impact of a guaranteed income.
A new public opinion survey has found that most Albertans are supportive of hunting, fishing and trapping in our province, even if they don’t participate themselves
He’s as comfortable on the family farm as he is sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in country music.
The Edmonton Pride Festival is 10 days of celebrating gender and sexual diversity, educating people and unifying communities.
The Alberta Grown Music Festival is a non-profit event created to showcase musicians from across Alberta.
Three decades ago, Raymond Yakeleya started his career as a filmmaker with short documentaries like the “The Last Mooseskin Boat”, an adventure film dedicated to exploring the lives of the Dene people.
Agriculture for Life wants everyone to be aware of the safety risks of farm life, whether or not you live in rural Alberta.
Too often the stories of Indigenous Canadians go untold, but the new RISE Reconciliation Film Festival is hoping to highlight that work.
Edmonton’s Rosalind Mosychuk is a parent, a community leader and an advocate for families.
Isla Diesmos is a 10-year old Brazilian Jiu-jitsu fighter.
Dr. Michiko Maruyama of Edmonton is a master of merging her passions and pushing convention.
How do you imagine veterinary students learn to care for our animals?
Over 700 sexual offenses were reported last year to Edmonton Police, in Calgary that number was over 1,100.
The “Remember Jordan” campaign aims to get you to think twice when attempting to recover a stuck vehicle.
From working with world-class musicians to bringing home various awards as a soloist, we sit down with cellist, Estelle Choi.
Central Albertans are waiting longer for surgery, and the lives of some are even at risk, that’s according to a group of doctors speaking out.
There are a couple of striking art exhibits on display at the UofA’s Fine Arts Building Gallery, produced by Master of Fine Arts Candidates
The recent federal budget included a proposal that could see $50M over five years going to spur on local journalism in underserved communities.
Lethbridge and surrounding communities are dealing with an increase in overdoses by incorporating cultural practices into their opioid strategy.
Despite societal changes, post secondary students and staff in Alberta may still experience discrimination and hate. MacEwan University is hoping to address this with a new office of Human Rights, Diversity and Equity.
The Government of Alberta wrapped up a series of six engagement sessions across the province as it moves towards delivering an appropriate apology to survivors
The BC government has taken measures to cool its hot housing market and it's left some Albertans steaming.
The Alberta government has laid out its rules regarding the private sales of cannabis in the province, but who's going to pay to enforce them?
Ryan McLennan is desperately looking for a living donor with type O blood to help him replace his failing kidney. He's turned to an unconventional approach to get attention.
With this years RRSP deadline looming, you may want to consider a contribution into a tax-free savings account instead.
HIV North Society is working to provide supervised mobile consumption services in Grand Prairie.
The Edmonton Public School Board is asking the province to axe funding to private schools. If it happens, what impact could it have for all students?
Some Alberta farmers are feeling the pinch as a rail backlog prevents them from delivering their grain to elevators
A new partnership with RCMP and Alberta crime watch groups aims to turn the tide on rural crime.
Alberta continues to face an opioid epidemic with deaths from accidental overdoses increasing by 40 per cent in 2017. As a result, organizations from all over Alberta are applying to open their own supervised consumption sites: both mobile and stationary.
With talk of limited progress in the ongoing NAFTA negotiations, many are left wondering what’s to become of Canada-U.S. relations?
In the two years since fines and penalties for distracted driving went up, people have continued to use their phones behind the wheel. What will it take to put the brakes on distracted driving?
The Liberal government announced last week $4.1 million of funding over five years and $857,000 a year ongoing, to the Canadian Centre for Child Protection to help combat child pornography on the Internet.
Why does Canada’s health care system so poorly represent its ethnic minority groups, and to what effect?
A staggering number of Albertans with developmental disabilities, estimated to be 80%, are unemployed or under-employed. The Rotary Employment Partnership through Inclusion Alberta is working to change that.
Chelsea runs down the hits and misses at this year’s MTV VMAs.
ASMR as therapy, 3D-printed drugs have arrived, and a Canadian man looks to tech to help him live to 180-years-old.
A new member of the Edmonton Police Service is using his sense of smell to help find the missing and bringing many families closure.
Author, musician and Alberta Expat Rae Spoon discusses their ninth solo album "bodiesofwater."
Climb your way to a new fitness level with a workout that incorporates high intensity intervals with over 240 stairs.
Hunting will look a little bit different for some people in 2018; spear hunting has been banned by the province.
Frettable is an Alberta-made app that transcribes sound into sheet music.