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June 23, 2018

Features

Great journalism has to go beyond the headlines and news conferences. This is the place you’ll be able to find our feature stories. Whether you call it a longread, long-form journalism or a cover story this will be where Edmonton journalists dig into the issues and topics that help shape our city, neighbourhoods and citizens.

Keeping up bike lane momentum in Edmonton

March 26, 2018 | Jeff Samsonow

Edmonton could continue to build out its bike network this year by adding a southside grid to connect with our downtown bike lanes.

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Podcast: Women in the Core

March 13, 2018 | Jeff Samsonow

How can we make Edmonton’s densifying core neighbourhoods safer for everyone living, working and visiting? A podcast of the discussion recorded live at The Yards spring event.

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Words on the Street

March 5, 2018 | Jessica Barrett

Downtown Edmonton’s new role as entertainment hub requires an honest discussion about harassment in public spaces.

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EQ Video: A conversation about street harassment

March 1, 2018 | Jeff Samsonow

Street harassment is an Edmonton problem, especially as we build a new entertainment district focused on sports, concerts and nightlife.

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Who will stop police carding?

December 18, 2017 | Mimi Williams

A new video shows how Edmonton Police try to collect people’s personal information when they’ve done nothing wrong. Government reviews of the practice keep getting delayed.

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Edmonton’s benches you won’t sit on

October 9, 2017 | Mel Priestley

Edmonton’s Buddy Bench program has a limited budget, and the lack of money makes for a mental health program that defeats some of its own purposes.

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Everything about the Edmonton election

October 2, 2017 | Jeff Samsonow

Skip the social media streams and find all your election information here, including candidate profiles, ward forums and stories from the campaign.

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Edmonton’s Indigenous Tech Opportunity

August 21, 2017 | Rhonda Kronyk

As Edmonton tries to build its downtown into a new tech hub, our city’s large Indigenous population not only needs to be welcomed, it could offer opportunities.

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Edmonton Police street checks show racial profiling

July 4, 2017 | Jeff Samsonow

Edmonton Police are racially profiling. The EPS street check numbers show Indigenous and Black Edmontonians are most likely to be stopped by a police officer.

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Renewing Community

April 10, 2017 | Samantha Power

Edmontonians are starting to use the City’s Neighbourhood Renewal program to refresh not just roads and sidewalks, but renew how their community fits together.

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