The Storytelling Project Her Honour Lois E. Mitchell, the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, and Lanre Ajayi | Still: My City Speaks To Me October 7, 2019 Alberta’s 114th Anniversary The Hon. Lois E. Mitchell, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, chats with My City Speaks To Me Lanre Ajayi With an estimated population of over four million, Alberta is Canada’s fourth most populous province and celebrated its 114th anniversary this past September. Her Honour Lois E. Mitchell, the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, took time out of the day to sit down with Lanre Ajayi of My City Speaks To Me. The two chatted about the importance of the celebration, her role and history, and what she is passionate about. “Our province was built through dedication, innovation, and the strength of people who wanted to create something better for themselves and their communities,” says Mitchell. Held at the Historic Bow Valley Ranche House in Fish Creek Provincial Park, the day featured great entertainment, including the National Band of the Naval Reserves, live music, and award presentations. Tune in to learn more. About My City Speaks To Me A Nigerian artist and fashion designer based in Calgary, Lanre Ajayi is driven to develop and launch an ethical fashion line in Canada. Shared as part of The Storytelling Project, My City Speaks To Me. The Calgary Edition. is his web series that documents the people, places, and events that make Calgary a spectacular place to live. Follow him on Twitter at @lanreajayii and on Instagram at @lanreajayi1.