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Episode 37: Eat Alberta, Opening the Potential, VenturePrize, The Yeggies, yegTreeMap

In our thirty-seventh episode, we discuss Eat Alberta, Opening the Potential, TEC Edmonton’s VenturePrize, the Yeggies, and the City of Edmonton’s yegTreeMap.

Graham attended Eat Alberta once again this year, and had a great experience. Mack has been on the organizing committee for the last four years and is now stepping away. Here’s the episode we did last year on Eat Alberta!

Mack thinks the new Opening the Potential program is a worthwhile endeavor, while Graham thinks it is sexist. Are enough women getting involved in municipal politics? Can programs like this help? We also discuss the VenturePrize business plan competition, the 2013 Yeggies, and the City’s new online tree map.

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Thanks for listening!


Episode 12: Eat Alberta

In our 12th episode we discuss Eat Alberta 2013, a hands-on food skills conference that took place on April 20. Mack was one of the organizers, and Graham was one of the attendees!

We discuss a bit of Eat Alberta’s history, and Graham tells us all about the sessions he attended during the day – bread making, mushrooms, and more. We end the episode with a special treat – we taste fresh ricotta cheese made by Graham himself!

Apologies for the delay in getting this episode posted…we’ll be back on schedule soon!