Katrina Hillyer always wanted to be a fashion designer, but after spending time on a farm after college, she realized that her childhood passion for the environment could play a major role in her career. Now, she has formed two environmentally-conscious brands and is working to inspire others.

What does upgrading household insulation, appliances and plumbing have in common? Lower household carbon emissions, right? How about high costs and low accessibility? 

‘Going green’ is something that feels out of reach for many Albertans.

Chances are if you’re on the Internet, you’ve heard of TikTok.

It was a sunny day when around 90 protesters from across Western Canada converged on the Jumbo Valley Hutterite farm just north of Fort McLeod.