Rick Bremness

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Rick Bremness is a content creator and video producer for CBC Edmonton. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @bremness.

Latest from Rick Bremness

Here's where they get that data for the air quality health index

This wildfire season, more and more Albertans have been turning to the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) as a gauge of what they’ll be breathing if they step out the door. But who collects that data and where does it come from?

New Canyon Coaster on track to pull tourists to Red Deer

The weather is warming up, the long weekend is around the corner and tourist outfitters across the province are hoping this will be the season they can finally escape the grips of the pandemic. In the City of Red Deer they’re banking on new attractions and an infusion of cash and staff to draw visitors.

Roll with soul: Bike Edmonton mechanic will keep your bike in tune

Bike Edmonton mechanic Jan Przysiezniak is all geared up for the spring cycling season and he's doing more than pumping up tires, oiling chains and checking brakes at Bike Edmonton. See for yourself.

At 40, the Old Strathcona Farmers' Market is looking to renovate and expand

The Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market is an Edmonton landmark celebrating 40 years and now eyeing expansion. The goal is to raise $7 million for a renovation and revitalization that would transform the transit garage into a hub for tasty tourism.

Edmonton's time to shine as Junos weekend kicks into gear

Some of the biggest names in the Canadian entertainment industry will be in Edmonton in the next few days for the Juno festivities. An unsung non-profit —Alberta Music — has been working quietly behind the scenes to make dreams come true for close to 40 years.

Free store for Ukrainian newcomers moves its unique service to a bigger, new home

The Free Store for Ukrainian Newcomers, which allows people to shop for essentials at no cost, has settled in a larger new home to keep pace with growing demand.

Rapid Fire Theatre unveils a new home next month — here's a sneak peek

It's no joke, the Rapid Fire Theatre improv troupe will open the doors to its first permanent home next month after more than 40 years of performing. The internationally renowned improv troupe saved and searched and landed on a spot they say is the perfect fit.

From stovetop to store shelves: How this Leduc facility helped a salsa get to market

What started simmering in a pot on a St. Albert stove is now a salsa business with hot sales in 80 stores across Alberta. It’s just the latest success story rolling off the assembly line at the Food Processing Development Centre and business incubator in Leduc, Alta.

Will the Year of the Rabbit be lucky for Edmonton's Chinatown? Community members are hopeful

With the Lunar New Year upon us, many in Edmonton's Chinatown are taking stock of the year that was and looking forward as the Year of the Rabbit begins.

Two photographers capture Edmonton's changing landscape — then and now

If a picture is worth 1,000 words, Edmonton photographers Doug Cowan and David Aaron have a great deal to say with their historic images of our changing cityscape.