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Episode 9 – Big Hearts, Open Minds

On this month’s episode, we sit down with Jon Hall to remember his wife, Gail Hall, and her dedication to uplifting Edmonton’s community. Jas Pandher reveals everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the Sikh Turban with the Turban Eh! event for Canada 150. We speak with Karen Unland about the landscape of podcasting in Edmonton, and we find out more about her new project: The Alberta Podcast Network. We also spend a little time at the Zoo where we catch up with ECF  donors and partners.

Donate to the ChefGail Fund here. And you can read more about her story here.
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Keep up with Karen Unland @KarenUnland, and get your journalism fix with The Alberta Podcast Network, Seen and Heard in Edmonton, and Taproot!

Grants and Awards:
Community Scholarships
Vital Signs Grants

Recommended Podcasts:
Karen Unland has a few recommendations for the Well Endowed listener!
What It Is
The Expats
Let’s Find Out
Pet Sounds
That’s So Maven

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Episode 5 – Festivals, Friendship and Popcorn

On this month’s episode, we take a field trip over to the Garneau Theatre.  Now the home of Metro Cinema, and a great place to go to celebrate Canada’s 150 with their “Home Movies” series. We learn about the hurdles women in Edmonton’s arts industry are facing, and how the SkirtsAfire festival is working to address those challenges. We find out how the Terra Centre gives teen moms and dads a place to reach their potential. And, we hear about Gurvinder Bhatia‘s unique approach to create an endowment fund with his friends.