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Edmonton Resident Hospitalized with Measles in North Zone

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Edmonton Resident Hospitalized with Measles in North Zone

EDMONTON — Alberta Health Services has confirmed a case of measles in the Edmonton/North Zones, and is advising of potential exposures. 275 more words

Spring is in!

Every year when spring happens things begin to get a little bit crazy. Work starts to speed but and the wildlife starts to arrive. It’s very exciting and I’ve been spending as much time as I can outside. 52 more words

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Designated Mourner: A Tour Journal in Segments of Time

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The first event on my Designated Mourner tour (ECW Press, 2014), apart from the initial Grief Forms workshop I offered out of my New Westminster apartment, was held at the deliciously cozy Paper Hound Bookstore on Pender Street. 973 more words

Edmonton's Chinatown gate likely on the move

Edmonton’s Chinatown could have a new entrance and one less bridge to cross, under a plan councillors moved ahead with Tuesday.

Councillors approved a motion asking for a more detailed budget to move the Harbin Gate from it’s current location on 102 Avenue to a spot on 97 Street closer to Jasper Avenue. 230 more words

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Edmonton Public School Board announces "need list" for next three years

Last year’s string of school announcements was just a drop in a very deep bucket according to the Edmonton Public School Board (EPSB), which estimates it will need between 12 and 23 new schools to keep up with demand. 317 more words

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Cromdale Streetcar Barn & Powerhouse (80th Street & 116 Avenue)

Designed by Edmonton’s City Architect Allan Merrick Jeffers, the Cromdale Streetcar Barn replaced Edmonton’s first streetcar barn on Syndicate Avenue (95th Street) in 1913.

Problems in the construction of the Cromdale Streetcar Barn led to the office of the City Architect being abolished. 58 more words