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Rally demands the federal government support refugee claimants
Edmonton - December 10 was International Human Rights Day, which was chosen by several organizations to hold a rally to call for Canada's federal government to support refugee claimants.
Day of Action calls for Mexican President's removal
Edmonton - December 1 was a day of action calling on Enrique Peña Nieto to resign as President of Mexico. A small demonstration was organized in Edmonton, Canada.
Edmontonians to brave weather to enjoy 'White' Friday
Edmonton - Winter is just a way of life for Edmontians and a little extra snow is not going to alter the plans they have for Black Friday and the weekend.
Housing is a right: Edmonton rally
The Edmonton Coalition on Housing and Homelessness (ECOHH) organized a rally on November 21 to proclaim housing as a right.
Rally calls for post-secondary education to be a priority
Edmonton - Several hundred students from three cities in Alberta gathered at the Legislature on November 17 to call for their education to be a priority.
Christmas on the Square Holiday Light Up in Edmonton
Edmonton - The annual Christmas on the Square Holiday Light Up took place on November 15 in Edmonton's Sir Winston Churchill Square.
Public apology made to respected Elder ousted from downtown mall
Edmonton - A public apology was made on November 8 to a respected Aboriginal Elder and social worker who was wrongly ousted and banned from a downtown mall.
Edmonton's Mexican community protests student disappearances
Edmonton - A few members of Edmonton's Mexican community came together on November 5 for a candlelight vigil for missing students in Mexico.
Million Mask March protests government corruption
Edmonton - "Remember, remember the fifth of November." Guy Fawkes Day also marked the Million Mask March against government corruption.
A low-key Western Canadian Halloween
Edmonton - While some houses get totally in the spirit of Halloween, many of the houses in my neighbourhood keep things rather low key.
Peace group opposes Canada's military action in Iraq
Edmonton - A peace group in Edmonton was vocal about its opposition to Canada's pending military action against Iraq, in a rally on October 25.
Edmonton marches against Monsanto
Edmonton - A local March Against Monsanto drew dozens of activists concerned about health, and environment, food security, and related issues.
Some gas pumps return to 1984 prices in Alberta
Edmonton - Shell Canada celebrated 30 years of refining oil in Alberta by returning some of their pumps to 1984 prices around the province.
Natural beauty of fall in Edmonton
Edmonton - Autumn is my favourite season of the year. I am only partly joking. Edmonton's weather makes fall seem fleeting in some years.
Peace group calls for Canada not to follow United States in Iraq
Edmonton - An information picket held by the Edmonton Coalition Against War and Racism (ECAWAR) on September 27 called for Canada to stay out of the current conflict in Iraq.
An activist weekend in Edmonton
Edmonton - The second last weekend of September was filled with events in Edmonton's local arts and activism scenes due to observance of several worldwide days of action.
Scott McKeen: Leading a ward 'on its way up'
Edmonton - Scott McKeen is Edmonton's City Councillor for Ward 6. He was elected to office for the first time in the civic election in October of 2013.
Thomas Mulcair in Edmonton on the campaign trail
Edmonton - Thomas Mulcair, leader of the federal New Democrat party, was in Edmonton this past week on the campaign trail and spoke at a fundraiser Wednesday evening.
Celebrating all daughters on Daughters Day
Edmonton - Daughters Day is an appropriate title for a celebration of women's lives and achievements. After all, all women are daughters.
Labour Day events support workers, call for the rights of TFWs
Edmonton - Labour Day in Edmonton was marked with several events supporting and celebrating marginalized workers in a variety of ways.
Community events show brighter side to rougher neighbourhoods
Edmonton - Two separate events on the same day in two different Edmonton neighbourhoods had one thing in common: they showed a brighter side to what are considered rougher areas of the city.
Don Iveson: Transforming Edmonton
Edmonton - Edmonton's Mayor Don Iveson is an active user of social media with many ambitious outlooks for his time in office. He took some time out of his busy schedule to answer some questions about his plans, visions, and goals for the city.
Edmonton Blues Festival showcases a variety of talent
Edmonton - Edmonton's summer is becoming filled with music festivals, from folk to rock to this past weekend, which featured the 16th annual Edmonton Blues Festival.
Edmonton Folk Music Festival combines music with community
Edmonton - The annual Edmonton Folk Music Festival took place from August 7-10 in Gallagher Park. Not only is the festival about some of the best music around, but it is also about community.
Edmonton's Heritage Festival celebrates diversity and cultures
Edmonton - Close to 400,000 people experienced the sights, sounds, and tastes of different cultures at the Edmonton Heritage Festival.
Rally calls for Canadian support of Gaza
Edmonton - As the death toll increases, rallies supporting the people of Gaza continue around the world. In Edmonton, the fourth rally in three weeks took place on July 30.
Victims of genocide remembered at memorial service
Edmonton - A memorial service on July 20 remembered victims of genocide in recent history throughout the world, through speakers, songs, and prayers.
First Church Street Fair celebrates history and community
Edmonton - The first Church Street Fair on July 12 celebrated the history and community of a very unique part of Edmonton's inner city.
Art Walk turns Whyte Avenue into an outdoor gallery
Edmonton - The 2014 Whyte Avenue Art Walk taking place this weekend turns the Old Strathcona neighbourhood into an outdoor art gallery.
Rally protests collective punishment against Gaza
Edmonton - An emergency rally held in Edmonton on July 8 called for an end to what protesters called collective punishment against the people of Gaza.
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Edmonton Heritage Festival. Kebabs from Afghanistan.
Lots of snow this year obscures some of the decorations. Candy Cane lane in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Free Comic Book Day in Edmonton at Happy Harbor Comics.
Don't Attack Iraq! Don't Attack Syria! Peace rally in Edmonton, October 25, 2014.
Blues On Whyte block party Takin' it to the Streets. Tim Vaughn.
Rally to Prioritize Post-Secondary Education, November 17, 2014.
Autumn colours in Edmonton.
Fourth Emergency Rally for Gaza in Edmonton.
Global March for Lions in Edmonton.
Omnibus March Against Stephen Harper in Edmonton on March 1, 2014.
Edmonton Blues Festival. Organizer Cam Hayden.
YEG Market, August 24, 2014.
Entrance to the igloo.
Edmonton: Right to Housing Rally
Lunar New Year exhibit at the Muttart Conservatory, showcasing the Year of the Horse.
Autumn colours in Edmonton.
Whyte Draggin Sauciety.
Edmonton Pride Parade 2014
Edmonton Beltaine Faire 2014
March Against Monsanto Edmonton, October 18, 2014. Sally Issenman.
Gunman executes two NYPD officers then commits suicide
Parkinson’s disease linked to gut bacteria
Two New York policemen 'assassinated'
Op-Ed: Why North Korea may not be behind Sony hacking
NASA's Kepler telescope finds alien 'Super Earth', may have water
Seaplane Saturday: Community in Dalmatia, history in Istria
Broccoli can help counter a rare genetic disease
Photo of Bill Clinton with blonde held in his 'grasp' goes viral
Video: World's deepest-living fish, 26,000 ft in Mariana Trench
French police kill 'Allahu Akbar' attacker
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Man arrested in violent robbery of 101-year-old D-Day veteran
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