Back in 2009, the City of Edmonton decided it was high time to change the way it addressed sidewalk, curb, and pavement problems in our neighbourhoods. Many different areas of the city were falling apart, but others simply needed a little extra care. Splitting the city’s labour force between all of these jobs was not only inefficient, it only addressed the most dire of problems, and created havoc on the paperwork front. But worst of all, the old way wasn’t getting to the root of the issues, it was instead dealing with the symptoms. And while a band-aid is all well and good, it doesn’t fix the problem on its own.

 The city responded by creating the Neighbourhood Renewal Plan, a new way of getting ahead of these problems instead of waiting for the…

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Looking for a dining experience that can meet your expectations?  You don’t just want good food; you want a dining experience that’s going to make a lasting impression.  Here’s a list of the top five Edmonton food spots that can fulfill all of your dining expectations.

The Harvest Room

The food isn’t the only thing that’s great about the Harvest Room; its architecture is to die for.  The architecturally stunning dining room overlooks a stone-paved terrace and across the river valley.  With delectable cuisine and a varied menu, it’s the perfect spot for any meal.

Mikado Restaurant

With a combination of traditional dishes and modern inventions, as well as one killer signature dish, the first Japanese restaurant to hit Alberta has been turning…

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Edmonton, Alberta was recently featured in the National Geographic.  It’s gaining international recognition as a cultural hub within Canada—and for a number of reasons, too.  Here are a list of the top three things Edmonton has to offer that you simply can’t miss out on during your stay.

 The West Edmonton Mall

With more than 800 stores, 110 restaurants, a wave pool, a roller coaster, an amusement park, a lake, an ice skating rink, a dolphin lagoon, a bungee jump, and a replica of the Santa Maria all under one roof, you can’t help but spend some time at the West Edmonton Mall.  In fact, no matter what age you are, a day simply isn’t going to cut it.  Plan to keep coming back again and again.

Fort Edmonton Park

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Want to check out some popular film settings that are right in your Alberta backyard?  Here’s a list of films that made the Alberta landscape famous.

 1)  Shanghai Noon

 Jackie Chan stars in this popular 2000 film where a man has to travel to the Wild West to rescue a kidnapped princess.  Where better to film those Wild West scenes than in Alberta?  The film was partially filmed in the Badlands near Drumheller, as well as near Cochrane, Alberta.

 2)  Waydowntown

 This 2000 film, chronicling a group of young employees who placed a bet on who could last the longest without going outside, was shot in the Plus-115 system in downtown Calgary.

 3)  X2: X-Men United

 X2 features scenes from across Canada, but a few key scenes were shot in…

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Listing information last updated on May 27th, 2022 at 5:17pm CDT.