Twenty-five-year-old executive chef and co-owner Ben Staley is at the helm of the first tasting menu experience in Alberta’s capital.
Across Canada, there are great breweries crafting hearty ales, and sausage-makers producing rich and interesting links to accompany them, and it seems Albertans are leading the charge.
As Edmonton’s sixth poet laureate, Pierrette Requeir sustains the arts while defining her identity as a Canadian living in a cultural mosaic.
At Edmonton’s Concrete Cat studio, concrete transcends its mundane reputation and is suddenly recast as the star of the show.
When it comes to handcrafting high-quality custom footwear, Poppy Barley retains an old-fashioned approach.
With a new baby-care line and an extended collection for men on the horizon, Pura Botanicals may be one of Canada’s most ambitious holistic beauty companies.
It is a mild fall Saturday morning in Edmonton, and a long line of patient pastry-seekers stretches south down 124th Street outside of Duchess Bake Shop. It seems the crowd might be gathered for something momentous, yet there is no special occasion; they wait simply for the opening hour of their favourite French bakery.
Champagne has a complex personality; it’s a beverage you ought to get to know and spend time with. Veuve Clicquot’s second annual Yelloweek provides a good opportunity to do so.