A Lunch and Learn Companion Fact Sheet

In England, the Purple Flag is the “gold standard” for town centres at night. Could 104th Street be the first Purple Flag designated area in North America?

This fACT Sheet includes:

  • information about the Purple Flag program
  • information on 104th Street (aka Edmonton’s Warehouse District)
  • an interview with Jennifer Diep, manager at Kelly’s Pub, which has a unique perspective on 104th Street, as an established business that moved there from a former location
  • an exclusive piece on 104th Street’s from Mack D. Male, resident of 104th Street, award-winning Edmonton blogger, and author of mastermaq.ca

ESPC Documents/Fact Sheets/PurpleFlag_17_March_2016_WithLinks.pdf

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