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Episode 44 – Navigating Parkinson’s Disease

Today, we learn about the history of McLuhan House with Chris Chang-Yen Phillips. And we meet Shiv and Rajah, a couple that has been managing life with Parkinson ’s disease for over a year. Tune in and learn how the Parkinson’s Association of Alberta is helping them navigate the complex care network needed to maintain their quality of life. Links: Find out more about the resources Parkinson’s Association of Alberta can offer. Be sure to visit McLuhan House and learn more about the man himself: Marshall McLuhan. Grants: Awards for Students Experiencing Financial Need Alexandra M. Munn Scholarships and John and Andrea […]

Episode 43 – Jasper Place Wellness Centre

Today, Elizabeth goes on a tour of Jasper Place Wellness Centre (JPWC). JPWC is an amazing organization that focuses on five divisions to help strengthen the West Edmonton community: Education, Housing, Health, Food and Employment. You’re going to hear about accessing health care with dignity, the importance of gathering with others to learn a new skill, and how meeting employees where they’re at can change lives. You’ll also find out what it sounds like to recycle a mattress! Links: Check out JPWC’s Weekly Services and Drop-In Schedule. Learn more about their Medical Clinic. Curious about Redemptive Developments? Find out more […]

Episode 42 – Confident, Curious, Fearless Edmonton

On this episode, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips speaks with Stewart Lemoine about the beautiful Varscona Theatre. And we catch up with Sanjay Shahani about Connections & Exchanges: a 10-Year Plan To Transform Arts and Heritage In Edmonton. Links: See what’s happening at Varscona Theatre! Learn more about Teatro La Quindicina. Read Connections & Exchanges: a 10-Year Plan To Transform Arts and Heritage In Edmonton. Check out the previous plan: The Art of Living Read the most recent Vital Topic: Arts in Edmonton. Don’t miss the latest episode from OtherWise: The Boats That Brought Us Here. The Well Endowed Podcast is produced by Edmonton Community Foundation. […]

Episode 41 – Answer Me a Riddle

On this episode, we hear all about Sphinxes! A hilarious improv group led by the female, trans and non-binary cast of Rapid Fire Theatre. They aim to challenge assumptions and explore the idea of femininity- and to make you laugh until you cry. Links: Get your tickets to see Sphinxes! Don’t miss your chance to apply for these great Student Awards: * Belcourt Brosseau Métis Awards * Winspear Fund Scholarships for Advanced Classical Music * Ranald and Vera Shean Memorial Scholarships Due date for all three is March 31st. Community Shout Out to a brand new book from Minister Faust (AKA […]