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New Year’s Eve in Edmonton this year won’t look like any of the ones before it, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the new year (for many—hopefully a better year) in fun and safe ways! Here are some take-out meal options, virtual events, and other things to (safely) do, to say good bye to 2020 and hello to 2021!
Whether cooking at home or ordering out, chicken is a great dish to have. See this diverse list of ten delicious chicken dishes to try in Edmonton and learn how easy it is to identify Alberta + Canadian chicken at the store! Enter to win a $100 gift card to try chicken at some of the restaurants listed in this blog! This post was made in partnership with Alberta Chicken Producers.
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This blog is based in Treaty 6 Territory, traditional and ancestral lands of many First Nations and Métis in Alberta. I’m a settler who lives, works, and plays in the Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) area on Turtle Island (Canada). I’m committed to reconciliation. uplifting and supporting Indigenous communities and one way I do that is by highlighting Indigenous-owned artists, business owners, makers, events, and other experiences here on this blog and on social media.