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The New “Canadian Model”: Protecting Communities or Creating Risks? | By Daniel Waring: After six months of legal limbo, Justice Minister Peter MacKay has introduced a new bill which would create a new legal framework for Canadian prostitution law. Bill C-36,
Wandering in a City of Possibility: A Note from the Incoming Editor-in-Chief | By Blue Knox: I’ve heard it said that we are the summary of our experiences. I can honestly say that writing for The Wanderer Online has been one of the most
Accepting Applications for Wanderer Editorial Positions | The Wanderer Online Staff: Last week, our team at The Wanderer Online announced upcoming changes to the magazine, indicating that we will soon be opening editorial applications to the public. This morning,
EJ urban affairs insider: I’m trying a new thing. Would you like to be on my insiders list? Here’s the big idea. How would my reporting be different if the people who cared most about Edmonton were my advisers? What if my reporting was so transparent, they could follow a project as it grew and make suggestions along the w...
Twitter reacts to Edmonton’s new skyscraper, tallest in city: “It’s like a skyscraper nerdgasm.”: Edmonton’s downtown will have one of Canada’s tallest buildings by 2018, Stantec’s new 62 storey skyscraper in the downtown arena district. The skyscraper is huge economic news for the downtown and the district. To make all the restaurants and coffee shops of the district work, the Katz Group nee...
Garage suites: a crowd-reporting project: On Tuesday, councillors voted to let homeowners build garage suites anywhere on the block throughout single-family neighbourhoods in Edmonton. This will likely become law this spring. Can you help investigate? What do the garage suites look like now, and how are they affecting neighbourhoods? If...
Infant ejected from vehicle in Saturday crash near Alberta Beach: Two people were ejected from a vehicle and another three people were injured in a single-vehicle rollover near Lac Ste. Anne. Police say the vehicle was travelling northeast on Sunset Drive through the village of Sunset Point, north of Alberta Beach at around 3:40 p.m. Saturday. The vehicle lost ...
One person dies as plane registered to Edmonton man crashes near Crawford Bay, B.C.: A Cessna 172 registered to an Edmonton man crashed Saturday evening near the Crawford Bay, B.C. air strip. A witness who rushed to the scene of the crash from a nearby tennis court said he helped extract the male pilot from the burning plane. The witness said the pilot was airlifted by helicopter...
Edmonton Notes for 8/31/2014: Happy long weekend! Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines Edmonton’s population is now 877,926. In case you missed it, here’s my overview of the 2014 Municipal Census results. There have been so many athletes in Edmonton this week for the World Triathlon! Hometown favorite Paula Findlay f...
Daryl Katz finally reveals some information about the Edmonton Arena District: At a media briefing attended by a select few journalists on Thursday, Daryl Katz finally revealed some information about the Edmonton Arena District. The event was timed to coincide with the launch of the new district website that has lots of photos, videos, and other information about the projec...
It’s show me time in the Alberta Politics: Trying to find an opinion about the Alberta PC Party and its recent leadership race is easy. Finding one that is new, or would make a difference after being said, is nearly impossible. For this alone, the person who invented the word ‘clusterfuck’ might deserve a Pulitzer. But in my stupidity, I ...
Why I am Supporting Randy Boissonnault for Edmonton Centre: For many years, I chose not to concern myself with what the rest of Canada thought about Edmonton. In my heart I knew the special nature of this community and in many ways me, my company and my family have all benefited because of it. But in the last few years, especially as a business owner who ...

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