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

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Building Blatchford: Assessing progress on Edmonton's ambitious sustainable community

Blatchford has gone from being the country's first municipal airport to a large sustainable building project. Here's is a look at how things are progressing in the central Edmonton community.

Vegreville, Alta. to serve up 12,000 perogies as part of fundraiser to help Ukrainian refugees

The community of Vegreville, east of Edmonton, is well known for its Ukraine roots. The town is even home to a giant pysanka. Now, community members are banding together to welcome refugees fleeing the Russian invasion.

Long-awaited Indigenous cultural centre takes shape in Edmonton's river valley

If you've been driving past on Fox Drive and wondering about the construction going on in Whitemud Park, wonder no more. That's kihciy askiy and we're sharing a tour of the progress.

13 things in Edmonton it would be unlucky to miss

Now that we’ve dug out from the snow (again), what to do with Earth Day and the rest of your weekend? A world full of suggestions awaits in this list.

New Indigenous experience workshops offered at Fort Edmonton Park

New sessions now open to the public at Fort Edmonton Park are weaving culture, story and song with traditional craft like birch bark basketry, tufting and horsehair embroidery.

7 spring break suggestions for Edmonton and area

If you're one of the many Edmonton families facing a week of togetherness, we have some suggestions that might help.

Rich dinosaur history makes Coates Conservation Lands a find in the Edmonton area

More than just a spot for a quiet stroll, Coates Conservation Lands in Leduc County was once a spot dinosaurs roamed and paleontologists have the bones, footprints and skin impressions to prove it.

Smart collars help Elk Island National Park staff learn where and why the buffalo roam

Intel is shared with visitors to increase their odds of viewing a herd.

West River's Edge: From gravel pit to 'gem' in Fort Saskatchewan

Never heard of this 194-hectare green space with a dozen kilometres of ski trails, a skating loop, an off-leash dog park and a wetland conservation area? Check it out.

Edmonton's Ice on Whyte returns with COVID-19 modifications

Snow and ice carvers are chipping out their winter magic for this year’s Ice on Whyte, Jan. 27 to Feb. 6 in Old Strathcona. Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking about heading down.