Today marks the 25th anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day, a day to celebrate, highlight and reflect upon the rich histories, cultures and achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples. June 21 was chosen because it coincides with the summer solstice, a sacred and joyous time for many First Nations peoples because it marks the longest day of the year. There are lots of COVID-friendly National Indigenous Peoples Day events happening around the capital
Stacey has been a staple on Edmonton televisions for decades. The award winning broadcaster has spent her career asking questions and trying to satisfy her constant curiosity. She has interviewed people like Keith Richards from the Rolling Stones, Alan Alda from M.A.S.H. and several Prime Ministers. But her heart is in Edmonton and truly loves to tell the stories of Edmontonians.
Over the years Stacey has put on Spanx and slipped into an evening gown more than a few times to m.c. hundreds of events. She has helped raise millions of dollars for local charities through her community work.
Stacey is a lover of chocolate and wine and is a proud mom of 2 spirited girls and one indifferent ginger cat.