A year after supervised consumption sites opened downtown, hundreds of overdoses have been reversed but calls for closure remain
It’s that time of year when this magazine guffaws with pride about the best parts of its neighbourhoods. This year, think of our guide as your personal cheat sheet to spend the best weekend in Edmonton’s core. Now get out there.
One of the harder parts of living in multi-unit housing, as many of us do in the core, is that it can get hot in the summer. Very hot. And if your building is like many of them, it doesn’t have air conditioning, either. Thankfully, there are cheap ways to cool your crib. Some of them are logical. Some of them are hilarious. All of them are cool.
The gondola has driven a wedge between downtown advocates who usually find themselves on the same team
Engineer Laura Creswell masterminded this tiny condo into a perfectly comfortable home
The easiest thing to do, as Fred Rogers of Mr. Rogers fame said, is to respond to someone else’s need by saying, ‘It’s not my child, not my community, not my problem.’ “Then there are those who see the need and respond,” Rogers said. “I consider those people my heroes.”
We sing the praises of two of the many women who make the downtown scene so rich