David Shepherd

David Shepherd MLA

Edmonton’s Downtown Enrichers Edmonton City Centre is proud to be collaborator within Edmonton’s downtown. As the largest group of retailers (80+ stores) and businesses tenants (TD Tower, 102A Tower, Centre Point Place) we are passionate about all of downtown, the people, residents, businesses, workers, commuters, shoppers, tourists. This series is our way of reflecting on […]

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Anne Stevenson

Edmonton’s Downtown Enrichers Edmonton City Centre is proud to be collaborator within Edmonton’s downtown. As the largest group of retailers (80+ stores) and businesses tenants (TD Tower, 102A Tower, Centre Point Place) we are passionate about all of downtown, the people, residents, businesses, workers, commuters, shoppers, tourists. This series is our way of reflecting on […]

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Dean Kurpjuweit

Edmonton’s Downtown Enrichers Edmonton City Centre is proud to be collaborator within Edmonton’s downtown. As the largest group of retailers (80+ stores) and businesses tenants (TD Tower, 102A Tower, Centre Point Place) we are passionate about all of downtown; the people, residents, businesses, workers, commuters, shoppers, tourists. This series is our way of reflecting on […]

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Puneeta McBryan

Puneeta McBryan

Edmonton’s Downtown Enrichers Edmonton City Centre is proud to be a collaborator within Edmonton’s downtown. As the largest group of retailers (80+ stores) and business tenants (TD Tower, 102A Tower, Centre Point Place) we are passionate about all of downtown; the people, residents, businesses, workers, commuters, shoppers, tourists. This series is our way of reflecting […]

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Elder in Residence

Elder in Residence | National Indigenous Awareness

EPL’s Elder in Residence program launched in 2017 as a response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action and acknowledgement of the City of Edmonton’s Urban Aboriginal Declaration. EPL values, recognizes and depends on the Elder in Residence to support its efforts to provide knowledge sharing and access for all Edmontonians around education, […]

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Elders

Elders | National Indigenous Awareness

There are many types of traditional Indigenous knowledge keepers, ranging from first language speakers to elders. Elders have become the most recognized type of knowledge keeper, and there are specific protocols surrounding an individual being gifted with that title. Not all older Indigenous people are elders, although they may be well-respected and knowledgeable people. The […]

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