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Episode 106 – Nature Alberta

On this episode, we find out how Nature Alberta champions the conservation of Alberta’s natural environment. For 50 years, Nature Alberta has grown a community connected by a love of nature. Their members include individuals and over 40 member clubs dedicated to environmental care. Nature Alberta acts as a hub where all these passionate groups can connect and collaborate, and is a unified voice for naturalists to advocate for environmental conservation. Links: Learn more about Nature Alberta and become a member. See the Nature Alberta Magazine! Check out all of their excellent educational programming. Other organizations that are participating with […]

Episode 105 – YEG Eats

On this episode, we meet Tomi Okunnuga, creator of YEG Eats. A video series that puts the spotlight on Edmonton’s BIPOC owned restaurants. Links: Watch the YEG Eats video series on YouTube. Check out Tomi’s company, ImageneFilm. Read our blog series featuring YEG Eats: –  Finding the Passion –  YEG Eats Episode 1: Greenhouse Eatery –  YEG Eats Episode 2: Monamie Resto –  YEG Eats Episode 3: Big Bite Pizza & Donair ECF Happenings: Read the latest on our blog. See our Rapid Response Fund in action! Create your own fund to support the causes you care about. Check out our ECF Fund listing and Strategic […]

Episode 104 – Edmonton Public Library: A Little Bit of Wonder

The Edmonton Public Library (EPL) was established in 1913 — more than 100 years ago. It has been a part of our community for generations and has continued evolving to meet the needs of the people in our city. On this episode, we speak with Pilar Martinez, the Chief Executive Officer of EPL. She tells us how the library goes beyond books to create a safe space of wonder in our community. Links: Don’t miss Terry O’Reilly and Michael Landsberg at EPL’s Forward Thinking Speaker Series. Listen to the Overdue Finds Podcast. Find out more about Ready. Set. READ! Learn […]

Episode 103 – Small Business in YEG

On this episode, we discuss our latest Vital Topic:  Small Business and Employment in Edmonton. This report demonstrates just how significant entrepreneurship is to our local economy, and how it helps shape our community. Our  correspondent, Emily Rendell-Watson, speaks with Jeffry Sundquist, Anka Chan and Aga Wajda-Plytta to find out more about how small businesses are coping during the pandemic, and what inspires entrepreneurs to start a business of their own. Links: Check out our latest Vital Topic: Small Business and Employment in Edmonton. Connect with the Social Enterprise Fund. Learn more about the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce. Check out […]