Edmonton City as Museum Project tells the stories of the PEOPLEPLACESTHINGS, and MOMENTS that make Edmonton our city.

Latest Stories

The Imperial Sovereign Court of the Wild Rose, Part 1: The First Twenty-Five Years

Ron Byers

The Imperial Sovereign Court of the Wild Rose is a unique organization in Edmonton. The core of its existence is based on…

The “Grand Lady of the Métis:” Dr. Anne Anderson’s mission to preserve the Cree language

Bruce Cinnamon

mikâwê (mother)[1] When Dr. Anne Anderson was born on a river lot farm east of St. Albert in 1906, she was…

Rev. Robert Rundle: The Missionary and his Cat

Neil Cramer

The history of missionaries as they relate to the development of post-contact Canada is long, complicated, and often very emotional,…

Exhibits

Armistice 100: Edmonton & the First World War

Alberta was a young province when war was declared in August 1914. Many Edmontonians were involved in the First World War despite the action taking place abroad.