How will the multi-billion-dollar catalyst project change our core? Nobody knows, but everybody has an idea. If you ask 10 people, you’ll get 10 answers—which is exactly what we did. The Yards listened to ordinary Edmontonians from all walks of life, from arena supporters to detractors, from the corporate executive to the street-involved, in order to get a shake of their crystal balls.
Condo living should be and can be a happy experience. But you need to know what you are getting yourself into. That’s why we’ve prepared for you this comprehensive breakdown of every issue, foreign word and colourful character you might find on your path to harmonious homeownership in core.
Café Linnea’s Filliep Lament shares three recipes for guilty pleasures that you can indulge in 24 hours a day
For those who say they don’t know how to access our “green jewel,” we’ve put together the basic puzzle pieces that are easily accessible from the core, mapped out to represent the changing physical reality of Edmonton’s most treasured natural asset.
Engineer Laura Creswell masterminded this tiny condo into a perfectly comfortable home
Many Edmonton children never step foot on downtown pavement—until they meet Linda Hut of City Hall School. Then they never see their city the same way again.
Rosvita Dransfeld on how downtown influences her movies.
A few shout-outs to people and businesses doing great stuff in our neighbourhood.