Neve Campbell, one of many Canucks Gone South

Southward bound

There’s a problem with the Monty Hall Problem. The probability puzzle, named for the famous Canadian broadcaster and longtime host of Let’s Make A Deal, goes like this: you’re a gam...
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Edmonton Expo

J August Richards is living the surreal life. As a fan, a comic-book collector, he spent his childhood fantasizing about superheroes he is now surrounded by. “To be able to participate, it̵...
// Olav Rokne, with permission

One-on-one with Tom Mulcair

Following two-and-a-half days of meetings with his caucus and invited guests—amongst them Edmonton Oilers captain Andrew Ference and Mayor Don Iveson—federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair, found time for...
// Eden Munro

A seamless experience

Tucked away in an improbably serene little nook of Oliver Square’s oceanic parking lot, Cibo Bistro cuts a prominent profile in the local resto-sphere. Perennially namechecked among the best re...
Liam Neeson, PI

Criminal undertaking

When we first meet Scudder (Liam Neeson) it’s 1991. Back then he was NYPD, with dyed moustache and goatee. He drinks a breakfast of coffee and two shots of whisky in a bar that gets robbed. The...
An artifact awaiting a ritual // Nika Blasser, dc3 Art Projects

A city in motion

As a city—the collection of structures and pathways we’ve set our lives both in and around—Edmonton is in motion, in flux. It seems impossible not to have been impeded by at least some of the e...
// Creative Commons

Whose jobs are they anyway?

It took more than six years for Canada’s temporary foreign worker program to balloon in size and only a couple of months for sweeping changes to alter the face of a program that has become a ke...
// Sarah Priestley

Operation fruit rescue

Edmonton’s got a hell of a lot of fruit. And every year, a huge proportion of it rots on the ground. Planted as lawn ornaments instead of food sources, apple trees and dozens of other fruit-bea...