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Possibility Summit recap

July 3, 2021 | By The Next 30

To everyone who attended the Possibility Summit – thank you! Your passion and efforts to learn, share and engage are what’s needed to create a better and brighter Alberta.

We recently shared with you the It’s Possible, Alberta report, which laid out a set of possibilities for Alberta’s future and … [Read More →]


The Possibility Summit on Real Talk with Ryan Jespersen

June 25, 2021 | By The Ryan Jesperson Show

“Read them with honour. Read them with diligence. And bring them dignity,” says Possibility Panelist Laurie Buffalo of the TRC Calls to Action.

Laurie and fellow Possibility Panelists Brenda Barritt and Chad Park participated in a roundtable on Real Talk with Ryan Jespersen to talk about the Possibility Summit, walking … [Read More →]


It's Possible, Alberta

A New Report – It’s Possible, Alberta

| By The Next 30

Four months.
Nine sessions.
Thirty “Possibility Panelists”.

And thousands of Albertans like you sharing your ideas, your concerns, and your hopes for our province’s future. Those are the raw inputs that have helped produce the contents of the report, It’s Possible, Alberta, which we are pleased to share today.

The … [Read More →]


The Possibility Summit

June 3, 2021 | By The Next 30

Over 2500 people participated in the public sessions with the Possibility Panel from January to March, jointly exploring important questions and themes about Alberta’s future. The Possibility Panel will now bring forward a series of great ideas based on what they heard. The Possibility Summit will be a chance to … [Read More →]


A Statement on the Kamloops Residential School Discovery

June 2, 2021 | By The Next 30

The discovery of the remains of 215 children at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School is tragic and devastating. Indigenous Peoples and communities across the land are hurting. As Next 30 focuses on possibilities for Alberta’s future, we also acknowledge the weight and wounds of the past and our responsibility [Read More →]