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Paula Kirman

Digital Journalist based in Edmonton, AB, Canada. Joined on Nov 16, 2013
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Review: Edmonton's Interstellar Rodeo continues to bend musical genres Special

Edmonton - The sixth annual Edmonton Interstellar Rodeo brought another line-up of genre-bending music paired with fine wine to the Hawrelak Park Amphitheatre July21-23, 2017.

Edmonton Blues Festival 2016 keeps fans dancing another year Special

Edmonton - The annual Edmonton Blues Festival took place on August 19, 20 and 21, and featured another weekend of music and dancing.

Edmonton Folk Music Festival: Peace, love and powerful women Special

Edmonton - The 2016 Edmonton Folk Music Festival took place from August 4-7 and featured another stellar lineup of musical variety.

Interstellar Rodeo: Five years of fine music and fine wine Special

Edmonton - Interstellar Rodeo, a music festival presented by Six Shooter Records, celebrated five years in Edmonton with an array of fine music and wines.

Op-Ed: Tom Mulcair — Leadership loss predictable Special

The 2016 NDP Policy Convention concluded with 52 percent of delegates voting in favour of a leadership convention, effectively ousting Tom Mulcair as party leader.

Controversial policy passes at Canadian NDP leadership convention Special

Edmonton - In a number of shake ups at the NDP Policy Convention, the resolution concerning controversial Leap Manifesto passed despite lack of support from Premier Notley and Tom Mulcair is voted out as federal leader of the party.

NDP members grill Tom Mulcair at Edmonton town hall event Special

Edmonton - Tom Mulcair, leader of the federal New Democrats, found himself in the hot seat on March 12 when he took questions from party members at a dialogue in Edmonton.

Anti-NDP rally protests bills on farm safety and LGBTQ students Special

Edmonton - On the day of the speech from the throne and first day of the Alberta Legislature spring session, hundreds of protesters arrived to protest the NDP government.

Hawrelak Park becomes a winter wonderland Special

Edmonton - Edmonton's Hawrelak Park transformed into a winter wonderland this past weekend, with the Ice Castles and Silver Skate Festival.

Alberta remains largely blue after federal election Special

Edmonton - The "orange wave" that shook Alberta following the provincial election in May did not translate into an increase in federal NDP seats.

Mulcair addresses packed house in Edmonton Special

Edmonton - Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair spoke to a packed room in Edmonton on September 10, his first in-person appearance there since the campaign for the federal election began.

Labour Day barbecue: Unions, politicians serving less fortunate Special

Edmonton - An annual barbecue on Labour Day saw unions and politicians in Edmonton feed the less fortunate while connecting with the community.

Blues Festival Presents Different Generations of the Genre Special

Edmonton - The seventeenth annual Edmonton Blues Festival took place from August 21 to 23 and featured performers that crossed generations.

Folk Festival brings the sounds of the world to Edmonton Special

Edmonton - The 36th annual Edmonton Folk Music Festival took place from August 6-9 and once again brought sounds from around the world to Gallagher Park.

Fourth Interstellar Rodeo music festival a summer musical journey Special

Edmonton - The fourth annual Interstellar Rodeo in Edmonton took place July 24-26 at Hawrelak Park and presented a unique and eclectic musical line up.

Review: Graphic novel depicts healing for Aboriginal young men

The Outside Circle is a powerful testament to the need for traditional healing and reconciliation for Aboriginal men involved with gangs or incarcerated.

Premier Rachel Notley and cabinet sworn in while thousands watch Special

Edmonton - Thousands of people packed the grounds of the Alberta Legislature to see Premier Rachel Notley and her cabinet be sworn in as the new government of Alberta.

Notley packs room with final pre-election rally Special

Edmonton - Rachel Notley, leader of Alberta's NDP, drew a crowd of over 1,000 to the Kingsway Ramada on May 3 for the "Rally for Change."

Review: Donald Miller gets personal again in 'Scary Close'

Author Donald Miller is something of a rock star — at least, as far as Christian writers go. His best-selling books and speaking engagements have gained him a wide audience.

Earth Day celebrates 25 years in Edmonton Special

Edmonton - Earth Day 2015 was celebrated in Edmonton, Canada on Sunday, April 26 with a low-key but meaningful event in the downtown area.
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