Visiting Alberta in April is the shoulder season for its tourism industry. However, there are always interesting things to discover. Edmonton’s largest attractions are Fort Edmonton Park and West Edmonton Mall. 739 more words
Tags » West Edmonton Mall
City officials said Thursday building LRT to Lewis Farms in west Edmonton is a priority.
“It’s a great day, a great day,” said Andrew Knack, the city councillor for the area which relies on bus service. 481 more words
Vancouver-based electro-poppers Rococode are in town with their sophomore effort, the four-years-in-the-making Don’t Worry It Will Be Dark Soon. The duo haven’t been sitting around twiddling their thumbs in the interim, however. 1,219 more words
Tears, community gratitude and deep pockets helped raise $826,000 Friday night at the Glenrose Foundation’s Courage Gala at the Shaw Conference Centre.
Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital patients’ stories brought tears, honorary chairs Stephen Petasky and wife Carrie Doll brought guests heartfelt appreciation and auctioneer Mark Scholz was on fire. 744 more words
We really don’t know what the future holds for any of us, so best to teach the children as many skills as possible. Taekwon do-do is right up there in the list: the possibilities for employment in action films rise over the years, so get the kids involved early. 535 more words
Shoe retailing giant DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse is growing its footprint in Edmonton with a second location.
The company announced a Canadian expansion with six new big-box stores to be built by the fall, including South Park Centre, at 38 Avenue and Calgary Trail. 115 more words
Tours for Tots
The Art Gallery of Alberta continues their kid friendly Tours for Tots program of gallery adventures, art making, and storytelling with a new one hour activity related to what’s going on in the gallery. 533 more words