An independent task force appointed by Edmonton city council looked at the safety ecosystem after many shared stories about how they don’t feel safe calling police for help. This group with lived experience examined and researched ways to improve the system. They set out to convince those in power to “believe us”. This is their story.
The Mustard Seed has helped countless vulnerable Edmontonians transition out of homelessness and into a better life. Dave is one of them, and shares his story
Ever Active Schools and the Alberta Medical Association launched GO! Run, a "Girls Only!" run club to encourage physical literacy among girls. This impacts how active girls are as they get older.
Nathan Ip runs and wins his second term as a school board trustee for Ward H for the Edmonton Public School Board.
A look inside the Edmonton Police Commission, an independent oversight body to the Edmonton Police Service.
How youth mentors inspire physical literacy, culture and a sense of belonging on Paul First Nation.
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Ready. Set. READ! is Edmonton Public Library's early literacy program that sends books to children all over Edmonton from the day they are born to the time they reach 5 years old.
Every month, each child in the program receives a new, age-appropriate book, waiting for them in their mailbox. These books are theirs to keep, and together we build up their very own personal library.
Our team was delighted and thrilled to donate our time to this important project to make literacy more readily available. Consider donating to EPL's Ready. Set. READ! program this Giving Tuesday.