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  • New River Crossing Grant Program

    The City of Edmonton, in partnership with the Edmonton Heritage Council, the Edmonton Arts Council, and the Rossdale Community League, are excited to announce the launch of a new arts and heritage pilot grant program Tracing Connections in River Crossing.

    Through the Tracing Connections in River Crossing pilot grant program, our aim is to interpret and express through arts, heritage, or culture, the themes and perspectives identified in the River Crossing Heritage Interpretive Plan.

    The deadline for Expressions of Interest is 9:00 AM on Monday, May 14, 2018.

    For more information please visit our Grants page.

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  • The Latest on the EHC Blog

    Five Stories About Women From Edmonton’s History You Should Probably Know

    To mark International Women’s Day 2018, we took a look back at five ECAMP stories of inspiring women right here in Edmonton, their pursuit of equality and an equal place in Edmonton’s public life, and their contributions to building our city.

    To read the full post, head on over to the blog.

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