Just Powers

Just Powers is a research group, based at the University of Alberta, that runs various energy-centred social justice initiatives focusing on feminist, decolonial, and anticapitalist perspectives. Recently, Just Powers needed an update to their website so that it could function as a more effective tool for users to both conduct and explore research in their… Read more

The Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts

Since being founded in 2003, the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts has been home to one of Edmonton’s most interesting art collectives, made up entirely of artists with developmental disabilities. When the Nina needed to redesign its website, the organization had two goals in mind: increase the centre’s profile in Edmonton, and increase donations… Read more

Mini Mango

Mini Mango offers delicious Vietnamese food, served quickly and made with fresh ingredients. The restaurant is a popular choice on Edmonton’s south side, where patrons can grab a quality takeout meal, or sit in the small but well-designed dining room. Mini Mango has worked hard to set itself apart from the many noodle shops found… Read more

Energy Efficiency Alberta

Energy Efficiency Alberta is a brand new Government of Alberta agency dedicated to helping Albertans save energy. Their mandate is to raise awareness among energy consumers about their energy use, and to make it easy for every Albertan to conserve energy and save money on their utility bills.

Matt Cook Foundation

The Matt Cook Foundation was founded in 2010 to honour Matt Cook, a young man whose commitment to his community was monumental, and who faced cancer with strength and resilience. Cancer took his life, but his family ensured his legacy has lived on through the foundation that bears his name. By providing support to other… Read more

CJSR

For over three decades, CJSR has been the home of alternative news and music on Edmonton’s radio dial. CJSR has worked passionately since its inception to keep on broadcasting, and is the proud, volunteer-run home of cultural and underground programming in Edmonton.