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Edmonton Made: Gravitypope
Gravitypope is an independently owned boutique with an excellent reputation for having a unique mix of men’s and women’s fashion and lifestyle product, currently stocking over 250 footwear, clothing, jewelry, accessory, and apothecary collections from Europe, Japan, and the Americas. Over the past two decades, gravitypope has become a footwear institution.
Read founder Louise Dirks’ story and why she proudly calls her business ‘Edmonton Made.’
Build something extraordinary here
Between 2015 and 2020, Edmonton will see a $5 billion transformation, more than any other major market in North America. The developments include residential towers and retail spaces, office towers, new hotels, educational institutions, arts and culture facilities and light rail transit.
The grand unveiling of Iron Foot Place
Alex Janvier was joined by his family and members of the media for the official unveiling of Tsa Tsa Ke K’e (Iron Foot Place) — the 45-foot circular mosaic that now rests in the floor of Ford Hall, a public entryway into Rogers Place. “This art is a wonderful tribute to our shared goals for a successful future — one that breathes life into the spirit of the treaties and I look forward to taking more steps together on that journey to fulfilling that treaty’s spirit,” said Mayor Don Iveson.
Mayors agree to act as one Edmonton Metro Region
Mayors of Strathcona County, Sturgeon County, City of Edmonton, Leduc County, City of Leduc, City of Fort Saskatchewan, Parkland County, City of Spruce Grove and City of St. Albert signed an agreement Monday to plan, decide and act as one Edmonton Metro Region (EMR).
They vowed to work together – and build regional systems – on three critical areas:
- Economic development
- Public transit
- Land use and infrastructure