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“It’s Our Vote!”

What you need to know about the federal election in Canada on Sept. 20.

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Newest recruit

Edmonton Fire Rescue Services welcomes its newest recruit to the Fire Investigations team

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Mover and shaker

One of the most influential leaders in the German-Canadian community of Alberta has died at the age of 78.

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The Challenger

Four-term Edmonton City Councillor Ben Henderson is challenging Tim Uppal to be the MP for Edmonton Mill Woods.

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New Centre

The Knottwood Community League in the southwest of Mill Woods will receive a new community centre.

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Struggle for Migrants

The activist organization Migrante Canada celebrated 10 years of service and struggle for Filipino migrants.

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Poet Laureate

Titilope Sonuga is a poet whose work grasps moments of tenderness at the intersection of blackness and womanhood.

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Eagle Feather

The Edmonton Police is adding the eagle feather, a sacred Indigenous symbol, to its policies and procedures to be more inclusive.

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Dog Therapy

Patients and loved ones benefit from the dog therapy at Grey Nuns Community Hospital in Mill Woods.

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No escaping

There is no escaping the horror of the discovery of 215 students in unmarked graves, says Catholic School Trustee Laura Thibert.

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Ending hate-crimes

Mayoral candidate Amarjeet Sohi says his first priority will be to end hate-based violence in Edmonton.

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Gene Zwozdesky Scholarship

The purpose of the Gene Zwozdesky Scholarship is to assist graduating Grade 12 students to pursue post-secondary training.

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Rich and diverse

In an exclusive interview, Alberta's Minister of Culture talks about the province's diversity, racism, and her Indian heritage.

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Update from the Legislature

The MLA for Edmonton-Mill Woods, Christina Gray, gives an update on her work as Official Opposition Critic for Labour.

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Temporary pathways

Immigration lawyer Megan Dawson writes about new temporary pathways to apply for permanent residence in Canada.

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Building resilience

There is a need to make our families, schools and communities more resilient, says School Trustee Sherry Adams.

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Regressive and inept

Alberta's new curriculum is shockingly regressive and inept, says a province-wide organization focused on education.

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Civil society

21 civil society organizations will benefit from $7 million in provincial funding to support community recovery from COVID-19.

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Trailblazer

Violet King Henry, the first Black female lawyer in Canada, helped blaze a trail for women and the Black community in Alberta.

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Gratitude Project

Elementary students in Mill Woods have thanked frontline and essential workers at Grey Nuns Community Hospital.

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Accelerated Math

A Catholic junior high school in Mill Woods offers an exciting new accelerated math and science program.

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Open Houses

Many local schools are hosting virtual open houses to inform parents about the programs they are offering for students.

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Artist-in-Residence

The City of Edmonton has selected Matthew Wood as its Indigenous Artist-in-Residence for 2021.

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Black History Month

Did you know that Black history in Alberta goes back over two centuries? MLA David Shepherd explains

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Pastor and Mentor

Rev. Mike McCaffery was a pastor, mentor, teacher and community leader in Edmonton for more than 50 years.

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Love for Seniors

Chinese Bilingual Schools send love and best wishes to seniors at the Edmonton Chinatown Care Centre.

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Huge Thank You!

Edmonton Public School Trustee Bridget Stirling thanks families, students and staff for all their hard work during the pandemic.

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Precious Presents

Susan Joop likes to decorate her home for Christmas and is very creative, wrapping presents for family and friends.

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Hope for the Future

Lawyer Nathan Po takes a look back at Canadian immigration in 2020 and says that there is hope for the future.

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Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Edmonton is recruiting for a diverse and compassionate Community Advisory Council.

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Artist in Residence

Calgary-based award-winning singer and songwriter Joal Kamps will be Alberta’s new Artist in Residence.

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Positive aura

J. Percy Page High School still has a positive aura during COVID-19, says new Assistant Principal Treena Gallant-Plouffe.

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Time to learn new skills

Not everybody is equipped well to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, says Sharanpal Sandhu.

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Interview with MP Tim Uppal

In an exclusive interview with the Mill Woods Mosaic, MP Tim Uppal talks about his first year in Ottawa.

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Grandparents-Parents Program

Immigration Lawyer Nathan Po explains the reopening of the Grandparents-Parents Program.

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Outstanding Daughters

Six outstanding women have been recognized as "Daughters of the Year."

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Community Garden

A group of women in the Meadows has taken the initiative to plant a community garden.

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Meet and Greet

Constituents of Edmonton-Mill Woods had the opportunity to meet their Member of Parliament.

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Ukrainian Heritage

Ukrainian-Canadians in Edmonton celebrated their heritage with a flag-raising ceremony.

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Our Man in Berlin

Canada and Germany can learn a lot from each other, says Ambassador Stéphane Dion in an exclusive interview.

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Brand-new School

Tim Boan is enthusiastic to be the first principal of the brand-new Thelma Chalifoux Junior High School.

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Paperback Justice

Crisanta Sampang is getting depressed by all the bad news but is trying to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

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Helping People

An Ismaili Muslim, whose family was expelled from Uganda, will be Alberta’s next Lieutenant Governor.

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Study Permits

Immigration lawyer Céline Bégin informs about study permits during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Coping with Anxiety

A psychologist is giving some advice how to cope with anxiety in the time of COVID-19.

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Turning Point?

Is the COVID-19 health crisis a turning point in Canada-China relations, asks former MP David Kilgour.

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Passionate Leader

Superintendent Deb Jolly was a decicated and passionate leader of the Edmonton Police Service.

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Back in Business

The best Chinese restaurant in Mill Woods is back in business with takeout and delivery.

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Friend and Mentor

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.

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Another Crisis

Domestic violence is an increasing problem in the midst of a global pandemic, says psychologist Brittany Meredith.

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How are you coping?

People of Mill Woods share their thoughts and feelings how they are coping with the COVID-19 health crisis.

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Stop the Virus!

Mill Woods is still open for business! Read what's closed and what's open.

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The Story of Spring

Ron Kuban writes about resurrection, reincarnation and rejuvenation - The story of Spring.

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Immigration News

Immigration lawyer Allison Purdon writes about the latest changes to Canada's immigration laws.

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