Welcome to the Mill Woods Mosaic!
Volunteers in Mill Woods have created a community garden which is fully accessible and inclusive.
The Alberta NDP promises to develop a Filipino curriculum for schools that are interested
The City of Edmonton develops a new tool to help fight against hate in our city.
A bench donation memorializes the contributions of Dr. Lorne Warneke to the Grey Nuns Community Hospital.
The official Legislature portrait of the 17th Premier of Alberta was unveiled on Dec. 8.
Edmonton City Councillor Keren Tang shares two highlights of the City’s 2023-2026 Budget.
Fostering multiculturalism and inclusion is key to building a better Alberta for all, says MLA Jasvir Deol.
The Edmonton South Soccer Centre has received two more indoor sports fields.
37 new firefighters have joined the Edmonton Fire Rescue Services team.
A young local artist, who grew up in Mill Woods, has painted a colorful mural which reflects our community’s diversity.
Six accomplished women have received the “Daughters of the Year 2022” award.
An exhibit at the Stanley A. Milner Library honours the victims of Residential Schools and the Holocaust.
The new minister at Mill Woods United Church says, “We have to appreciate our differences.”
Paying children less for the same work as adults is not fair, says MLA Christina Gray.
Membership cards for the Edmonton Public Library are free for anyone who lives in Edmonton.
More than 80 countries were featured at this year’s Edmonton Heritage Festival.
The Mill Woods Care Closet helps local people who need food and clothes.
Two bright local students are the recipients of the 2022 Gene Zwozdesky Scholarship, courtesy of MCARFA.
Local students have created a colorful mural in their school, representing the diversity of Edmonton.
Protect yourself from mail theft and identity fraud by following tips from Edmonton Police Service.
North Central Co-op’s food store at Mill Woods Town Centre will be closing at the end of January 2023.
Thousands of people participated in the annual Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan Sikh Parade on May 22.
After a two-year break, the Canada Day celebration returns to Mill Woods Park on July 1.
A couple married 65 years was brought together in the COVID-19 unit of Grey Nuns Hospital.
After more than 8 years at Mill Woods United Church, Rev. Ian Kellogg delivered his farewell sermon.
A new book club encourages conversations about death and dying.
Tom Monto reminds us of Izena Ross who was Edmonton's first female City Councillor 100 years ago.
A groundbreaking traveling exhibition of works by second-generation immigrant artists.
Olympian Clara Hughes is grateful for knee surgery and hospital care she received in Alberta.
Mill Woods seniors celebrated a Holi Festival which is a popular ancient Hindu Festival.
Russia has attacked its neighbour Ukraine, and Canada is again one of the first countries ready to help.
A Latin-Canadian artist has produced a set of three sculptures for the Belvedere LRT Station.
A new empowerment program for Black youth is named after the legendary Canadian cowboy John Ware.
A corporate executive returns to her nursing roots to help support
staff and care for residents at a long-term care facility.
We need strong leadership from the Mayor and City Council to rescue
animals in Edmonton, says Kaitlyn Kuban.
Rod Loyola talks about the many tasks he has as a Member of the
Legislative Assembly of Alberta.
In an open letter to Alberta’s education minister, Edmonton Public
School Trustees express concerns about health and safety of students.
Healthcare workers at Grey Nuns Community Hospital collaborate to meet
ICU demands during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An 11-year-old girl is able to memorize the entire Quran, the holy
book of Islam, which has 77,430 words.
Successes and challenges have served to shape Edmonton Public Schools'
plans for this current year, says Trustee Jan Sawyer.
A Calgary-based lawyer, who is living with cerebral palsy, is
Alberta’s new Advocate for Persons with Disabilities.
Edmonton Catholic School Trustee Laura Thibert reminds people of the
special meaning of Christmas.
Jo-Anne Wright is the new Edmonton City Councillor for Ward Sspomitapi
(formerly Ward 12).
Keren Tang is the new Edmonton City Councillor for Ward Karhiio
(formerly Ward 11).
Edmonton historian and author Tom Monto provides a different
perspective on the results of the municipal election.
Zach Polis will promote the value of arts and artists in Alberta
through an art project and community engagement.
Spiritual health is important for our well-being, says Brian
Greenwood, chaplain at Grey Nuns Community Hospital.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created greater challenges for women, says
Dr. Vivian Abboud.
What you need to know about the federal election in Canada on Sept. 20.
Edmonton Fire Rescue Services welcomes its newest recruit to the Fire
One of the most influential leaders in the German-Canadian community
of Alberta has died at the age of 78.
Four-term Edmonton City Councillor Ben Henderson is challenging Tim Uppal to be the MP for Edmonton Mill Woods.
The Knottwood Community League in the southwest of Mill Woods will receive a new community centre.
The activist organization Migrante Canada celebrated 10 years of service and struggle for Filipino migrants.
Titilope Sonuga is a poet whose work grasps moments of tenderness at the intersection of blackness and womanhood.
The Edmonton Police is adding the eagle feather, a sacred Indigenous symbol, to its policies and procedures to be more inclusive.
Patients and loved ones benefit from the dog therapy at Grey Nuns Community Hospital in Mill Woods.
There is no escaping the horror of the discovery of 215 students in unmarked graves, says Catholic School Trustee Laura Thibert.
Mayoral candidate Amarjeet Sohi says his first priority will be to end hate-based violence in Edmonton.
The purpose of the Gene Zwozdesky Scholarship is to assist graduating Grade 12 students to pursue post-secondary training.
In an exclusive interview, Alberta's Minister of Culture talks about the province's diversity, racism, and her Indian heritage.
The MLA for Edmonton-Mill Woods, Christina Gray, gives an update on her work as Official Opposition Critic for Labour.
Immigration lawyer Megan Dawson writes about new temporary pathways to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
There is a need to make our families, schools and communities more resilient, says School Trustee Sherry Adams.
Alberta's new curriculum is shockingly regressive and inept, says a province-wide organization focused on education.
21 civil society organizations will benefit from $7 million in provincial funding to support community recovery from COVID-19.
Violet King Henry, the first Black female lawyer in Canada, helped blaze a trail for women and the Black community in Alberta.
Elementary students in Mill Woods have thanked frontline and essential workers at Grey Nuns Community Hospital.
A Catholic junior high school in Mill Woods offers an exciting new accelerated math and science program.
Many local schools are hosting virtual open houses to inform parents about the programs they are offering for students.
The City of Edmonton has selected Matthew Wood as its Indigenous Artist-in-Residence for 2021.
Did you know that Black history in Alberta goes back over two centuries? MLA David Shepherd explains
Rev. Mike McCaffery was a pastor, mentor, teacher and community leader in Edmonton for more than 50 years.
Chinese Bilingual Schools send love and best wishes to seniors at the Edmonton Chinatown Care Centre.
Edmonton Public School Trustee Bridget Stirling thanks families, students and staff for all their hard work during the pandemic.
Susan Joop likes to decorate her home for Christmas and is very creative, wrapping presents for family and friends.
Lawyer Nathan Po takes a look back at Canadian immigration in 2020 and says that there is hope for the future.
Habitat for Humanity Edmonton is recruiting for a diverse and compassionate Community Advisory Council.
Calgary-based award-winning singer and songwriter Joal Kamps will be Alberta’s new Artist in Residence.
J. Percy Page High School still has a positive aura during COVID-19, says new Assistant Principal Treena Gallant-Plouffe.
Not everybody is equipped well to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, says Sharanpal Sandhu.
In an exclusive interview with the Mill Woods Mosaic, MP Tim Uppal talks about his first year in Ottawa.
Immigration Lawyer Nathan Po explains the reopening of the Grandparents-Parents Program.
Six outstanding women have been recognized as "Daughters of the Year."
A group of women in the Meadows has taken the initiative to plant a community garden.
Constituents of Edmonton-Mill Woods had the opportunity to meet their Member of Parliament.
Ukrainian-Canadians in Edmonton celebrated their heritage with a flag-raising ceremony.
Canada and Germany can learn a lot from each other, says Ambassador Stéphane Dion in an exclusive interview.
Tim Boan is enthusiastic to be the first principal of the brand-new Thelma Chalifoux Junior High School.
Crisanta Sampang is getting depressed by all the bad news but is trying to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
An Ismaili Muslim, whose family was expelled from Uganda, will be Alberta’s next Lieutenant Governor.
Immigration lawyer Céline Bégin informs about study permits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A psychologist is giving some advice how to cope with anxiety in the time of COVID-19.
Is the COVID-19 health crisis a turning point in Canada-China relations, asks former MP David Kilgour.
Superintendent Deb Jolly was a decicated and passionate leader of the Edmonton Police Service.
The best Chinese restaurant in Mill Woods is back in business with takeout and delivery.
The publisher of the Mill Woods Mosaic pays tribute to his friend Dan Barr who was his first boss in Canada and became his mentor.
Domestic violence is an increasing problem in the midst of a global pandemic, says psychologist Brittany Meredith.
People of Mill Woods share their thoughts and feelings how they are coping with the COVID-19 health crisis.
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