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Shaking Up Winter Cities in Winnipeg

Isla Tanaka is a planner and urbanist who loves winter. She is the Winter City Planner for the City of Edmonton, and she sits on the board of the international Winter Cycling Federation. Isla holds a Master of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies degree from the University of Northern British Columbia. She has given presentations … Continued

“A Lot of Snow — A Lot of Bread”

A Ukrainian newcomer’s perspective on winter Veronika Ivanytska is a Ukrainian evacuee who left her home in Southern Ukraine to come to Canada in the fall of 2022. It was an experience of many firsts: the first time she’d left her country, her first time travelling alone, her first time on an airplane. And of … Continued

Cozy reads are always in season

Curling up with a good book on a chilly day—it’s timelessly cozy, and we think hygge is always in season! So we chatted with Kyle Marshall, a Branch Manager for the Edmonton Public Library, about recommendations for cozy reads.  “I feel like reading is inherently cozy. You’re in bed, you’re on the couch, you’re in … Continued