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In room 317, with Omar Khadr’s Edmonton ‘family’

The tall doors of room 317 at the Law Courts creaked open and closed many times Tuesday. Two school field trips filtered through. Lawyers from other cases came and went. 527 more words


here in the silence

Like two ships in the night

I passed by you this evening

Sensing your presence here in my body

Does that mean you saw me too? 315 more words



By William “Duke” Smither

As the soldiers led him away, they seized Simon from Cyrene, who was on his way in from the country, and put the cross on him and made him carry it behind Jesus. 1,785 more words


Stranger than fiction: Graphene

A reader has commented that they did not know graphene is a real world material. In fact it is, checkout the site: www.graphene.manchester.ac.uk/

Guess I was enraptured by graphene. 47 more words



I can hardly recognise your playfulness

It’s hidden behind those tickets

Stuck all over your beautiful nature

There’s some screeching at your throat “I’m angry” 151 more words


Watercolor & Painted Petals Note Card

I really enjoy trying new techniques in creating handmade cards, so when I saw a tutorial done by Jill Foster for Penny Black featuring water coloring combined with stamping to create these mini watercolor creations with a clean and simple white on white background, I couldn’t  wait to make one. 272 more words


Edmonton Freezeway capturing imaginations around the world, but city remains silent

The last two months of Matthew Gibbs’s life have been, in his words, “insane.”

While the Edmonton-raised, Vancouver-based landscape architect tried to settle into a new job, his fantastical plan for an 11-kilometre skating track called the Edmonton Freezeway has captured the world’s imagination. 505 more words