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Centre for the Arts and Communications on the move

Centre for the Arts and Communications on the move

Read about times past and what's in store for the future for the Centre of the Arts and Communications campus.

Cree language and culture embraced at Our Lady of Peace

Cree language and culture embraced at Our Lady of Peace

Listen and watch as Grade 1 students at a west Edmonton school learn aboriginal culture.

World Vision builds a village at West Edmonton Mall

World Vision builds a village at West Edmonton Mall

West Edmonton Local spent a day at World Vision's One Life Exhibit at West Edmonton Mall on March 12, 2012.

MacEwan instructor’s life commemorated with scholarship

MacEwan instructor’s life commemorated with scholarship

The legacy of accomplished sound engineer, musician and Grant MacEwan instructor Colin Lay will be honoured by an upcoming scholarship in 2013.

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Race kindles passion for science in Edmonton junior high students

Race kindles passion for science in Edmonton junior high students

CO2-powered cars help DiscoverE foster an interest in science at West Edmonton Mall event.

Talmud Torah celebrates 100 years

Talmud Torah celebrates 100 years

The longest-operating Jewish day school in Canada will be celebrating 100 years this May. Read about the history of this unique school and the events that are planned here.

Woodcroft community welcomes decision to keep St. Mark’s open

Woodcroft community welcomes decision to keep St. Mark’s open

The community hopes a reprieve on the closure of a Catholic school will help attract young families to the area.

Jasper Place High School prepares to commemorate 50th anniversary

Jasper Place High School prepares to commemorate 50th anniversary

Two celebrations are planned to mark west Edmonton high school's big birthday.

Public-private partnership school set to be state-of-the-art

Public-private partnership school set to be state-of-the-art

Bessie Nichols in the Hamptons is one of three K-to-9 schools being built in Edmonton by the Build to Learn partnership.

West Meadowlark teacher’s legacy supports students

West Meadowlark teacher’s legacy supports students

Raymond Courchesne died 16 years ago, but his influence lives on in the form of a scholarship awarded by the West Meadowlark Community League.

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