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


Curator’s Blog Post: Joyful work ahead

Interested in writing for ECAMP?
Our Call for Stories is open now until July 29, 2024 (deadline extended).

Check out our inventory of past and current initiatives that continue the ongoing work to document, share, challenge, and celebrate the diversity and heritage of our city.


Black History in Alberta

The collection hosts ongoing work and welcomes contributions through community voices and work.

Join us as we continue to find ways to examine, discuss, share, celebrate, and amplify Black voices in order to learn and challenge our understandings of race, racialization, and racial identity in the context of colonial Canadian histories.

Make sure to check out our Virtual Exhibit And Still We Rise: A Black Presence in Alberta

Women’s Histories

The perspectives and stories of women have often been downplayed or excluded from representations of history. In this collection, discover parts of Edmonton’s heritage history by exploring the stories of women. 

We continue to learn and grow together as we build this collection to better amplify the voices and stories of diverse women.

ECAMP Podcasts

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 wherever you get your podcasts by subscribing!

Apple Podcasts
Amazon Music/Audible

A bonus episode for Season 2 was produced by Alberta Labour History Institute with the support of Edmonton Heritage Council is now available wherever you get your podcasts, having premiered on December 10 (Human Rights Day).

Find out more about the Vriend case and the making of this bonus episode here!

Without Discrimination: The Delwin Vriend Case, covering the landmark court case Vriend vs. Alberta and its wide-reaching implications (legal, societal, and personal), is now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music/Audible, Stitcher, and Libsyn.

Check out the grant funding from the Edmonton Heritage Council’s FIRE (Funding Indigenous Resurgence in Edmonton)

Read about a past Grant Recipient on our Curator’s Blog!