The end of CERB and its impact on local residents CERB is ending soon and many people will be left with difficult decisions moving forward. By: Corbin Stewart   For many Edmontonians this fall, uncertainty is in the air. The days are getting shorter, the weather is getting colder, and COVID-19 is still raging on. […]

Royal facelift: Edmonton’s planetarium to be restored

By Joslyn Hildebrand For three decades, the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium has sat unused and abandoned. That is finally about to change as construction is now underway to resurrect that star-studded space. In July of 1959, the Queen came to town. To commemorate the visit of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, a […]

Alternative Pride Events

June is the month for shorts, ice cream and pride. It’s Pride Month and in Edmonton we have a bunch of different ways to celebrate. The 38-years-running Edmonton Pride Parade was recently cancelled by the Pride Festival Society in April, leaving Edmontonians to wonder how they will celebrate LGBTQ2 Pride. Luckily, many new events will […]

Don’t Pop-Out People

By Molly Stogrin “Your biological clock is ticking!” “I want to be a grandma!” “You two would have adorable children!” If you’re a woman in her twenties, you’ve probably heard one of these “subtle” statements that dance around the question, “When are you having kids?” And “Never” is a perfectly acceptable answer. “Pizza is Bae-by” […]

Editor’s note

New content for City’s Centre, the online publication of MacEwan University journalism students.