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Episode 4 – Sesquicentennial

Happy New Year! 2017 marks Canada’s sesquicentennial, our 150th anniversary of confederation. It’s going to be a year of celebration, and we are looking forward to sharing some amazing stories with you. On this month’s show we hear about how Eighteen Bridges Magazine, LitFest and ECF are collaborating to celebrate Canada’s 150th from an Edmonton perspective. We find out how the Belcourt Brosseau Metis Awards are connecting recipients to their heritage. We learn about how the Edmonton Down Syndrome Society is empowering its members. And, we get a peek behind the scenes of Edmonton Community Foundation’s Board of Directors in the first of a two-part interview […]

Mayor’s Forum – Building Strong Communities with Mayor Iveson and Mayor Nenshi

On Wednesday, December 7th, 2016, Mayor Don Iveson and Mayor Naheed Nenshi came together for Edmonton Public Library’s Mayors’ Forum: Building Strong Communities. Sponsored by Edmonton Community Foundation and hosted by Post Media’s Paula Simons, the Mayors gathered in front of a sold out crowd at the Chateau Lacombe to answer pressing questions from citizens. With much laughter, the discussion brought forward innovative and inspiring ideas about how to make our northern cities great. We’re pleased to share this exciting event in full, with thanks to Edmonton Public Library, Mayor Don Iveson and Mayor Naheed Nenshi. Audio for this episode […]

Episode 3 – Comfort Food

On this month’s show we’ll find out about how the B’s Supporting Youth Foundation is empowering kids to help feed their peers. We’ll discover how Alex Draper, ECF’s Donor Grants Associate is reshaping Edmonton’s philanthropic data landscape. We’ll get inspired by the Christmas Bureau’s ambitious goal to provide 70,000 holiday meals this season.  And, we’ll touch on how you can make the most of year end giving. If you would like to find out more about how you can give with Edmonton Community Foundation, please feel welcome to reach out to our fantastic team in Donor Services. Or you can […]

Episode 2 – Paddling Towards Canada 150

In this month’s episode, Dr. Bukola Salami shares her research about the health of New Comers to Canada. We listen in as the Edmonton and Area Land Trust rescue several native Albertan plants from a highway expansion. We learn about how the Fort Edmonton Canoe Brigade brings us together to celebrate Canada’s 150th. And we speak with Emmy Stuebing about how her legacy of giving in Edmonton will continue even after she moves to Victoria.   We have lots of links to share this episode! Find out more about creating your own endowment fund. Learn more about the Community Fund for […]