Welcome to the Mill Woods Mosaic!
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.
Mill Woods is still open for business! Read what's closed and what's open.
Ron Kuban writes about resurrection, reincarnation and rejuvenation - The story of Spring.
Immigration lawyer Allison Purdon writes about the latest changes to Canada's immigration laws.