Wondering what the future of commuting beholds, Avenue sent correspondent Omar Mouallem on an assignment — in the year 2033.
Whether Tyler Olafson is dressed in designer duds or Value Village deals, one thing remains consistent — his love of the open road.
Dialog architects bring streetwise aesthetics to three projects that will spur conversation about design in Edmonton for years to come.
The Abundant Community Initiative stresses that we should be building bridges, not putting up fences.
Tam Andersen is a pioneer in agri-tourism in Alberta.
Leaving the corporate world behind to lead simple and more satisfying lives.
Mill Woods and Ritchie offer lessons on how communities can overcome their reputations.
Wax art isn't just for kids anymore.
Forget the stereotypes of money-hungry developers; we talk to the people who transform their ideas into our neighbourhoods of the future.
To call Dr. Audrey Evans a medical pioneer would be a bit of an understatement.
Becoming a mom inspired Diana Davidson to tackle the complex themes of pregnancy and motherhood in her debut novel.