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Allison: It’s Time to Become the Progressive City We Think We Are

In 2010, I moved back to Edmonton with my son, who was two at the time. I was a single mother and was very lucky to find a place to live in the City Market Apartments. It was an “adults-only” building, but the landlords let children live there as they had a child themselves. I … Continue reading Allison: It’s Time to Become the Progressive City We Think We Are

Chelsey: A Condo Love Letter

I live in an apartment. It’s not particularly attractive (think Soviet-era housing complex); the lobby features fake flower arrangements and brass finishes, the elevators often break down. I don’t have a balcony and I’m certain I’ve paid my lifetime’s share of special assessments. When I bought the place I had the idea I would “upgrade” … Continue reading Chelsey: A Condo Love Letter