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A portrait of Celeigh Cardinal in blue satin, smiling mischievously

Weekend agenda: Jan. 27-29, 2023

This weekend offers the warm voice of a decorated singer-songwriter, the farewell episode of a music-loving podcast, and free tunes in the ICE District, plus ice sculptures in Old Strathcona, a winter carnival for kids, and a polar plunge.


By Debbi Serafinchon Debbi Serafinchon

An upside-down umbrella sculpted from ice and swathed in blue light

Coming up this week: Jan. 23-27, 2023

This week offers frozen art and the hottest night of the year, along with opportunities to learn about a trade mission to Taiwan, Alberta's economic outlook, and what it takes to get a local food product into stores.


By Debbi Serafinchon Debbi Serafinchon

Cover art for Taproot Edmonton's Bloom, brought to you by Edmonton Unlimited

Synthetic futures and adventures in mentorship

What if you could experience the future before it happens? That's the premise of RUNWITHIT Synthetics, an augmented intelligence company that is finding opportunities around the world to equip leaders with the ability to visualize the implications of their decisions.


By Karen Unland Karen Unland

Seven men wearing suits in front of a PrairiesCan banner and Canadian flag

Feds inject $9.74M into Edmonton region's hydrogen economy

Edmonton's growing hydrogen economy has received another boost with the announcement of more than $9.74 million in funding through PrairiesCan to strengthen the region's hydrogen supply chain, increase access to refuelling equipment, and upgrade testing facilities.


By Mack Male Mack Male