Digging for Insight: On Paleontology and Lifelong Learning

by Chris Berger Three things never fail to snag a kid’s attention: the huge, the weird, and the mysterious. It’s no wonder then that dinosaurs have occupied a special place in children’s imaginations for as long as they’ve been known to science.  And it’s equally obvious why dinosaurs so often serve as budding young minds’ gateway into the life of discovery.   One of my … Continue reading Digging for Insight: On Paleontology and Lifelong Learning

Alberta: We’re Big in Japan! | By Antony Ta

Imagine this scene: terror grips you as take the wrong right turn and you’re greeted by the world’s largest dinosaur. Yes, it is the world’s LARGEST dinosaur. Terrible T-Rex stares down with murderous intent as you pull into the angle parking. You’re safe for now; you remember that dinosaurs have been extinct for over 65 million years. It now becomes clear that you turned too … Continue reading Alberta: We’re Big in Japan! | By Antony Ta

Six Resources Available to Edmonton Entrepreneurs | By Nenad Dumanovic

Edmonton is a great place to be an entrepreneur: the people are open to new ideas, it’s easy to find talented individuals to work with, and the regulatory environment is decidedly business-friendly. However, one of the most understated benefits of doing business in the “City of Champions” are the many resources available for startups and aspiring entrepreneurs. Whether you’re looking for funding or seeking out affordable … Continue reading Six Resources Available to Edmonton Entrepreneurs | By Nenad Dumanovic

Edmonton: Or How I learned to Love the Great White West | By Meghan Bamford

I’ve lived in Edmonton for quite a while now; my entire life, in fact. 24 years may not seem like a long time to most hardened veterans, but as I broach my 25th year and prepare to enter what I’m told is an “inevitable quarter-life crisis,” I can’t help but reflect on the city I’ve grown up in. I’ll admit, I haven’t always identified Edmonton … Continue reading Edmonton: Or How I learned to Love the Great White West | By Meghan Bamford