Adrienne Lamb is an award-winning journalist based in Edmonton. She's the host and producer of Our Edmonton featured weekly on CBC TV. Adrienne has spent the last couple of decades telling stories across Canada.
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Edmonton's Flying Canoë Volant takes off March 1
More than 60 lighting installations in Mill Creek Ravine, Rutherford School grounds and at La Cité Francophone are at the heart of this year's reimagined Flying Canoë Volant on from March 1 to March 6,
5 things to do for the Lunar New Year in Edmonton
The Year of the Ox is upon us, officially kicking off on Feb. 12. But even with the pandemic, there are things happening to help you usher in the new year.
Black Teachers Association of Alberta grows to 50 members
What started as discussion between two people after an anti-racism rally in Edmonton this summer has blossomed into the 50-member Black Teachers Association of Alberta.
Birding taking flight as pandemic pastime in Alberta
From black-capped chickadee to downy woodpecker, pine grosbeak to snowy owl, Albertans are flocking to espy, snap and share what they’re spotting.
Edmonton Nordic Ski Club sees massive growth in membership during COVID-19
People are digging out skis collecting dust in the garage, while first timers and families are snapping up lesson spaces, says head coach Ulf Kleppe.
10 trails worth walking in winter in the Edmonton area
If you’re done with circling your own neighbourhood on your socially distant stroll, here are some hiking trail suggestions that might help.
Pandemic pastimes: 8 things to do in Edmonton during the holidays
Classes are out, but in the midst of a pandemic, what do you do with the kids? Here's eight inexpensive, even free, ideas to help you get through the holidays in a safe, socially-distant way.
Holiday Light Displays: 7 spots to spy them in and around Edmonton
The province's latest health restrictions to control the spread of COVID-19 will make the holidays much different this year. But viewing light displays is one tradition you can continue.
Tube park and ice wall part of fresh start for Edmonton Ski Club
It has been around since 1911, but the Edmonton Ski Club, is now looking to slalom around skiing and snowboarding and plow fresh ground in new outdoor activities.
Edmonton LRT project Paint the Rails changes track with colouring book
Three-and-a-half years, five LRT stops and dozens of murals later Edmonton’s Paint the Rails project is changing tracks, adding a new colouring book.