He’s making a name for himself in the Edmonton real-estate development market while also giving back to numerous charities.
She’s adding to Old Strathcona’s growing culinary scene, not only with her ventures, but by taking an active role in pushing decision-makers to take action for small businesses.
She founded a choir that accepts people with all types of disabilities and all levels of vocal talent.
He is an advocate for mental health among students from kindergarten to Grade 12, ensuring they’re in the right headspaces to succeed in their education.
Even after becoming a successful orthodontist, he still finds time for philanthropy and providing free dental care to the needy.
She is leading a 108-year-old organization into the future and ensuring that animals in Edmonton get chances to find their forever homes.
He is not only achieving success with his own band, but he is fostering that same success in young musicians through his label and work as a sound engineer.
He is telling Edmontonians’ stories in positive ways that he hopes will inspire others to make changes for the better.
He’s working to make a positive impression for the bars and nightclubs that his company operates, making sure employees and patrons are safe.
He is changing attitudes about alternative energies in oil-rich Alberta and helping people harness the power of the sun in their own homes.
She’s using innovative technology to improve the outlooks for patients suffering from diseases affecting their heads and necks.
He has helped Edmontonians see their city in a new light via a series of illumination projects that include the Muttart Conservatory and the High Level Bridge.