Edmonton city council has heard about a couple of issues that have emerged in a bid by the Edmonton International Athletics Committee to bring the IAAF World U20 Championships… 485 more words
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Bundle up, ice lovers.
Construction is underway on Edmonton’s largest frozen attraction in William Hawrelak Park.
Back in Edmonton for its third year, the Ice Castle is expected to open in late December and stay open for visits until March — weather permitting. 266 more words
Edmonton police cleared Hawrelak Park Thursday evening after someone found a suspicious package and called 911.
At around 7:30 p.m., access to the park was blocked and roads nearby were shut down to ensure public safety. 75 more words
FISE World Edmonton is back in Hawrelak Park
What you need to know to have a great weekend
The Festival International des Sports Extremes (FISE, pronounced fees) stops in Edmonton this weekend and transforms Hawrelak Park into an outdoor action sports arena. 466 more words
There seems to be considerable excitement about the discovery of an ”accidental beach” on the North Saskatchewan River.
We have had an artificial lake in the centre of Edmonton for many years, but the city refuses to make it useable for citizens. 1,318 more words
Sunday was a sublime day in Hawrelak Park.
The sky was blue. There was a light breeze. It was warm, but not sweltering hot.
It was an ideal time to walk by the lake, ride the paddle boats and soak up the wonders of the Edmonton Heritage Festival. 833 more words