The Yards Issue Archive

Spring 2017

Spring 2017: Highlights of this issue include a feature on how Edmonton’s Downtown and Oliver residents are embracing warm weather with the creation of vibrant balcony gardens, a look at Edmonton’s indigenous artwork, downtown businesses, third spaces and urban design.

Winter 2016

The second annual Best in the Core Awards; looking at the plague of sidewalk closures; and six ways to be the best downtown ambassador this holiday season.

Fall 2016

The Fall 2016 issue features: The Condo Board Survival guide, for new homeowners looking for harmoniously living in multiunit housing; 10 predictions for the opening of the historical Arena District; a handy map to the river valley’s amenities and future developments; and more.

2016 Summer

The Summer 2016 issue of the Yards, Oliver and Downtown Edmonton’s magazine, featuring stories on the core’s live music revival; the ethics of legally protecting historical property; why dogs love the core; and an infographic celebrating the trees we love.

2016 Spring

The Spring 2016 issue of the Yards, Oliver and Downtown Edmonton’s magazine, featuring stories on why small retail makes better communities; Edmonton’s search for a chief planner; and how community gardens make help sow citizenship.

2015 Winter

The fall 2015 issue of the Yards, featuring stories on the social effects of downtown’s revitalization and how homeless services are working with corporations; six snowy activities that’ll have you wishing for longer winters; how parking regulations stall small businesses; and the inaugural Best in the Core Awards honouring Oliver and Downtown’s finest.

2015 Fall

The fall 2015 issue of the Yards, featuring stories on downtown’s exploding student population and campus development; Jasper’s upcoming makeover; the rental apartment market—by the numbers; the Rossdale redevelopment and forgotten indigenous history; and more.

2015 Summer

The summer 2015 issue of the Yards, featuring stories on the future of bike lanes, getting fit in the urban core, the evolution of downtown’s churches, age-restrictive buildings and virgin homebuyers.

2015 Spring

The monthly feature examines the citizen’s role in urban planning. A profile of filmmaker Trevor Anderson—with life advice from Werner Herzog. Tim Querengesser on why Edmonton’s bodegas are few and far between. Plus: 6 family activities parents will actually enjoy.

2014 Winter

The Yards premieres with a history of Edmonton’s troubled but resilient downtown. Councillor Scott McKeen on why a “wet shelter” makes sense for chronic alcoholics. Two empty nesters return from the ‘burbs. Plus: 9 delicious meals so cheap you’ll hardly believe us.