7 streamable shows to bring out your inner feminist

7 streamable shows to bring out your inner feminist

By Shaela Dansereau Currently available on streaming platforms such as Netflix, Crave, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, these bingeworthy shows are guaranteed to bring out your feminist side. From strong female leads, to tackling controversial topics about women and what it means to be a woman throughout history and in today’s society, these shows will make […]

Sustainival: Edmonton’s environmentally conscious carnival

Sustainival: Edmonton’s environmentally conscious carnival

Fuelled entirely by green, renewable energy, Sustainival is a carnival for all ages with environmental education components. By Shaela Dansereau From rides to mini donuts, Sustainival is ready to show Edmontonians of all ages a fun time with a twist. This carnival is completely powered by biodiesel a green, renewable energy resource. The biodiesel powering […]

Splish splash: Edmonton’s outdoor pools are ready for summer fun and sun

Splish splash: Edmonton’s outdoor pools are ready for summer fun and sun

Edmonton’s outdoor pools are ready for another busy season of swimmers, with free admission for the third summer in a row. By Shaela Dansereau The end of May has come with a pleasant surprise for Edmontonians: with summer-like temperatures settling in at 25 plus degrees, the heat has people looking for summer activities early. This […]

Under construction: How romanticizing love creates a shaky foundation

Under construction: How romanticizing love creates a shaky foundation

An opinion piece on romanticizing love, based on comedian Daniel Sloss’ Netflix special. By Shaela Dansereau How many times have you gone home for the holidays just to be berated by relatives you see every couple of months questioning your relationship status? “Are you seeing anybody?” *winks* “Nope, still single…” “Are you just saying that […]

Muttart’s ode to Monet

Muttart’s ode to Monet

Edmonton’s Muttart Conservatory’s feature pyramid is seeking to inspire artists through nature, with a botanical interpretation of famous French painter Monet’s, classic works. Easels sit to your left with unfinished brushstrokes, pastel flowers flow like a tide around you. A Victorian woman, finished in stained glass with an Aphrodite like effervescence glances at you over […]

LRT- more like Not For ME

LRT- more like Not For ME

By: Shaela Dansereau and Molly Stogrin What do a clip-in man bun, moon shoes, and diet water have in common? A sincere lack of purpose, and no real contribution to society—much like Edmonton’s Metro LRT line. Despite recognizing issues during construction, Edmonton’s LRT engineers decided to keep ‘choo-chooing’ along and finish the train with the […]