Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

Subject: Culture

Stories about culture

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NAIT students produce award-winning documentary about Alfie Zappacosta

The Edmonton-based musician liked the movie but found parts of his past tough to watch.

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Holger Petersen releases his first book, Talking Music

The veteran radio show host brings the history of roots and blues to life.

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From policing to politics, Mohinder Banga begins a new career

How a lifelong focus on community led to a landslide win in the Edmonton Ward 12 by-election.

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How to become better at public speaking

For those about to talk, we support you.

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Meteorologist Josh Classen's hip-hop alter ego

This CTV weather chief spends his free time bustin' rhymes.

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How to give and receive feedback

No matter what side you're on, let respect be your guide.

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Rob Ralph’s quest to build a great CFL team

How the Edmonton Eskimos talent scout helps prospects get their big break

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How Marni Panas helped make history for gender identity and expression in Alberta

The transgender woman has embraced who she always was - and helped open the door for others to do the same.

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40 Below Vol. 2 invites readers to celebrate Alberta's defining season

55 writers weigh in on our love-hate relationship with winter

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NAIT honours and recognizes Treaty 6

At the beginning of major events on campus, NAIT acknowledges its connection to our First Nations.

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NAIT Welder instructors create 140-kilogram metal ookpik

NAIT Welder instructors create 140-kilogram metal ookpik

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Designer Kimberly Hamilton targets the market for bigger bras and lingerie

Designer Kimberly Hamilton targets the market for bigger bras and lingerie

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