Photos: City of Edmonton Archives, EA-160-325; METS Exhibit 35, courtesy of the City of Edmonton Archives G.P. 918 1969 Dec O/S; City of Edmonton Archives, A98-55.

ECAMP Podcast

These are the stories of the people, places, things and moments that make Edmonton what it is. In each 10-minute episode, we take a chapter from Edmonton’s past and discuss how it fits into the city’s story—with contributions from local historians, professors, enthusiasts and more!


You can listen to the ECAMP Podcast on the web, on your phone, and on the go. Episodes will be archived online but catch them as they’re released on iTunes, Google Play Music and various other podcast apps.

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The latest tales…

Historian Kathryn Chase Merrett tells of the colourful history and pungent aroma of the City Market. Imagine open stalls of produce, fresh meat, and everything farmer’s could bring to the centre of town. First located on the south end of today’s Winston Churchill Square, the Edmonton Public library eventually took over the spot in 1967, but the memories remain…

A mural in the Grandin LRT Station was meant to tell the story of a man but it inadvertently acted a reminder of the oppression of an entire group of people. We find out the history of the mural, the pain it caused and the healing that came from it.

Listen to these episodes and more from the archives on the ECAMP Soundcloud page!


A local heritage podcast should be guided by local input, so please tell us what you think! What—or who—would you like to hear more of? Or less of? Your input will help guide the podcast’s future, so feel free to comment below, send a message to the ECAMP Facebook or Tweet us at @YEGCityasMuseum.