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New Mural and Bakery at Italian Centre Shop: The Italian Centre Shop celebrated the grand opening of its Little Italy Bakery as well as the unveiling of this new mural in September. Pictured is artist Theo Harasymiw (left) with Italian Centre Shop owner Teresa Spinelli. (Supplied by the Italian Centre Shop)
New Artwork at China Marble Restaurant, Pacific Mall, and Kinistinâw Park: Two new murals went up in Chinatown this past fall. “White Tiger of the West”, behind China Marble Restaurant (10566 97th Street), was created by Branden Cha (Instagram: @busyrawk). A new mural on the front of Pacific Mall (9700 105th Avenue) was created by artist Ray Dak Lam (Instagram: @raydaklam). Meanwhile, over in Kinistinâw Park (102nd Avenue and 96th Street), “Invisible Gate” made its debut in in late October. The artwork is intended to represent the lions from the dismantled Harbin Gate on 97th Street. The art was created by Toronto’s Studio F Minus in consultation with local community organizer Shawn Tse, and supported by the Edmonton Arts Council. (Paula E. Kirman)
Standing Together Community Walk: For the second year in a row, the Standing Together Orange Shirt Day Community Walk took place on September 30th, the National Day for Truth and Reconcilia- tion (also known as Orange Shirt Day). Participants gathered at Mary Burlie Park, then walked to Giovanni Caboto Park for a gathering. The walk was supported by YWCA Edmonton, Bissell Centre, and the City of Edmonton. (Paula E. Kirman)

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