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Forty Reasons to Party

Avenue celebrates their fifth annual Top 40 Under 40 Class.

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The 2013 Top 40 Under 40 celebration, honouring the Edmontonians who made Avenue's prestigious list.

Terry Whittingham

He bet on his own abilities and built a successful company from the ground up.

Ben Weinlick

He’s tapping into how creativity has the potential to not only improve productivity, but also help disabled citizens garner a greater quality of life.

Toscha Turner

For her civic volunteerism and dedication to beautifying Edmonton spaces.

Danny Turner

He’s changing the way we access food while supporting local organic farmers.

Rob Tarulli

He is a champion for school-centred neighbourhoods, changing the way cities are planned.

Janelle Aker

She gives female-identified women in the LGBTQ community a place to share their stories and connect with allies. 

Alex Abboud

He’s working to end homelessness in our city.

Michael Stickland

For groundbreaking medical research that helps improve the quality of patients’ lives — and potentially saving the healthcare system millions of dollars.

Michael Serpe

His research in the field of responsive polymers has the potential to improve lives around the world. And he inspires others to look at the world with the same amount of curiosity and innovation.

Adam Rozenhart

He uses his experience as a social-media strategist to bring some of the city’s most interesting people and projects to the public eye.

Michelle Ponich

She’s raising the quality of living for people with Down syndrome in Edmonton.

Ian O’Donnell

For promoting daring new architectural designs, and for helping revitalize the downtown core.

Abraham Nunes

He’s making it easier for Canadians to navigate the health care system.

Carol Neuman

For dramatically raising the profile and budget of a provincial student lobby group, advocating for youth and downtown revitalization as a member of Edmonton’s NextGen, and linking urban foodies with rural food growers through her 10 Mile Meal project.

Dr. Dhiren Naidu

For trying to bring new ideas on bone- and-muscle-injury rehabilitation to the health-care system.

Brian Murray

He’s ensuring young people have a voice in the future of this city.

Janice Moore

She’s helping raise millions of dollars to support education and mentorship programs.

Keri Mitchell

She pours her passion into supporting theatre in the province and tirelessly promotes arts as a major quality-of-life amenity.

Sorin Mihailovici

He doesn’t let logistics come in the way of realizing huge dreams, and he’s prevented the dreams of others from being crushed by creating an app that educates people about fraud.
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