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Traditional, modern, marble counters or subway tile – the design elements of a kitchen are endless. Range hood or light fixtures over the island? Gas or electric stove? Open shelving or a cabinet for everything.

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Whether you like to cook elaborate meals or order in Skip the Dishes, the kitchen is the centre of the home and most families spend the bulk of their time there. The kitchen is more than just a place to store your groceries and whip up a meal. It’s a gathering place. It’s where conversation happens. Where the kids do their homework on the side of the island, where you pull out your laptop to get a little work in or where you converse and share

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A big thank-you to super mom, blogger and guest contributor this month Christine Bruckmann from Just Another Edmonton Mommy for partnering with us and for sharing her top tips for keeping your child’s lunch fun and sustainable this back to school season.


I’ve always viewed September as my New Year's. The start of a new season, the start of a new school year, and the perfect time to commit to making some changes. This means that we are actively working to reduce our food waste and are embracing more litterless lunches.

If this idea overwhelms you just thinking about it, don’t worry I’m going through it all too. The time commitment, buying potentially expensive lunch boxes when my kids can’t even bring home a metal spoon, and the loss of

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On a beautiful warm summer evening in south-east Edmonton, Michele Theoret relaxes and watches her sons play by the water as they frolic with the family dog.  It’s a common pastime for the yoga training instructor and psychology counselor, who values peaceful surroundings in her neighbourhood and life. For this lucky family, the beautiful, enriching environment is accessible not only down the street at the Lake Summerside community beach, but incorporated right into their own home.  

“The house itself has become such a lifestyle,” says Michele. “You’ll notice my meditation corner randomly in my living room instead of having a separate space where I practice -- quite often I'll get up in the morning before everybody gets up and even if it's

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"Ask yourself what is really important and then have the courage to build your home and life around that answer." - Joshua Becker

It’s something we ask every single client we work with, getting to the root of what’s most important in their lives helps steer the direction. For those that love being within walking distance to established amenities or the ones that thrive on a street lined with towering trees and can appreciate the history of Edmonton’s 107 maturing neighbourhoods, infill is an option that’s been gaining substantial momentum in the last decade. 

Over the past ten years the number of building permits issued in mature neighbourhoods has nearly doubled, breathing new life back into these vital areas. It’s a movement not just about

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Finding a home that is right for you is more than just finding the right house, it’s finding your community, the people and things that excite you, bring you comfort, and make you feel like you are in the place you belong. When looking to fill those needs, the growing and thriving community of Rosenthal should easily be at the top of your list. The community on Edmonton’s far west end, is bordered by 231 Street on the west, Winterburn Road on the east, Whitemud Drive to the south, and to the north by the future extension of Webber Greens Drive. Whether you are a family looking for a community to raise children, or a single working adult wanting a home with easy access to the major arteries, Rosenthal is the community that has something for everyone.

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School’s out for the summer and somewhere between popsicle dyed tongues and lazy days in the sun, it’s almost inevitable that you could be hearing the “Mom, Dad I’m bored” mantra from your kiddos. We’ve put together some of our favourite ways to get the kids out, active and enjoying some family time this summer.  

Take a Hike 

We are so lucky here in Edmonton to have such a picturesque and expansive network of trails weaving in and out of the river valley and beyond. There are plenty of routes that are kid-approved, so lace up, slap on the sunscreen and wander away. 

Backyard Movie Night

This is the kind of activity that childhood memories are made of. Simply string up a sheet, pop some kettle corn and gather all the extra blankets and

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As school lets out and we start planning how to enjoy this beautiful city of ours this summer, we turn our attention to some of the festivals that make our city such an incredible place to live! So kick back, relax and get your festival on!

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival 

July 5 - July 14, 2019

Taking place in the heart of the city - the Edmonton International Street Performers Festival, now approaching its 35th year, is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost 4.75 million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh at StreetFest.

Whyte Avenue Art Walk 

July 5 - 7, 2019 

The Whyte Avenue Art Walk is an outdoor studio and gallery featuring hundreds of

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When it comes to one of the most desirable neighbourhoods to live in Edmonton, the enchanting west end neighbourhood of Glenora stands out. An established oasis of tall canopied trees, lush landscapes and grand homes rich in history is mixed in with impressive modern architectural abodes to combine for a picture perfect image of living the best life.

A stone’s throw away from some of the city’s most popular trails and stunning sights along the River Valley, this community of over 3,500 residents, is close to the exceptional amenities, trendy restaurants and High Street boutique shops of 124th Street.  Glenora is bordered by 107 street to the north and 142nd Street to the west, where the up and coming spectacular West Block luxury residential towers

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A big thank-you to super mom, blogger and guest contributor this month Christine Bruckmann from Just Another Edmonton Mommy for partnering with us and for sharing her top playgrounds to explore with the kids this summer.


In Edmonton, there are so many great playgrounds for kids to explore. Whether it’s searching for new ones or going back to old favourites, they each have their own uniqueness. When I was asked by Holland and Associates to write about 10 of the best playgrounds in Edmonton, my park loving kids (and I) were definitely up for the challenge!


Castle Downs

A favourite for many families, you can find both a playground and spray park here. There is also plenty of green space, picnic tables, as well as bathrooms

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There’s never been a better time to head out west — to the beautiful community of Secord, in Edmonton’s changing far end of the city.

Not too long ago, the west end was defined by classic neighbourhoods like Belmead and Aldergrove and that shop till you drop world-famous West Edmonton Mall.  Fast forward a couple of decades, new areas have sprung up, linked by Anthony Henday Drive, making it easier than ever for families to move further from the core.  This new area offers fine affordable houses, modern day retail and transportation, and the virtues of a happy simple family life which keep homeowners rolling in to the naturally friendly, lush neighbourhood of Secord.

Rooted in the outskirts of Edmonton for over ten years, the popular Secord

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