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Local Attractions

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Aug 3rd - 5th 2013 Servus Heritage Festival 2013 marks the 38th annual of this premier three-day showcase of Canada’s vibrant multicultural heritage. We will feature 60 pavilions representing over eighty-five cultures from all over the world. Sample culinary delicacies, see creative performances, shop for crafts, artwork, and clothing, or chat with people eager to tell you a little about their ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2013-07-31
Edmonton, July 9, 2013: Last month, the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton donated $5,000 for flood relief in Southern Alberta. The funds were directed through the National REALTOR® Care Foundation campaign to the Red Cross to help address the immediate needs of flood victims. However, the disruption in homeowner’s lives does not end when the waters recede. Many people in affected area ... Read More...
Posted by Conor Salisbury on 2013-07-22

Construction and Expansion

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Whether its a small single garage or a huge 4 car gargae, one thing they have in common is that they often seem crowded. Too many toys! Over used for storage! Too much junk! There are any number of reasons why we never seem to have enough space in the humble garage so here are some great ideas from "Homes and Cottages" to help solve the problem. From simple hooks and shelves too multiple cabinets, ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2014-05-15
Most people think of CMHC the Canada Housing and Mortgage Corporation in relation to mortgage insurance only. But they are way more than that. CMHC is a great resource for all sorts of home related information, from renovations to energy saving, to basic home buying tips, they really are a one stop on-line treasure trove of knowledge! For more details, click here!   Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2013-05-21

Community Events

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The City of Edmonton will  host the world-class Tour of Alberta professional cycling race on Tuesday, September 3.  With the great weather we are expecting, this should be a wonderful opportunity to get out a view some of the world's best cyclists in our own back yard. During the event some downtown streets will be closed so plan accordingly! So access into & out of the core will ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2013-09-02
This is one of those weekends where everywhere you turn there is something happening in and around Edmonton. The two biggest events are the Folk Fest on Gallagher Hill down in Cloverdale – even if you don’t have tickets, it’s easy enough to bike down there & take in the sights + sounds. This is a great little part of our city & if you've never been down there, this would ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2013-08-09

Family & Kids

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Do You Dream Of Sandy Beaches And Palm Trees?   OR, Somewhere Magical?     This April, May, and June, CENTURY 21 is awarding a total of 63,000 AIR MILES® in its Unlock An Escape Giveaway. Consumers can win one of three monthly prizes of 21,000 AIR MILES® reward miles by searching for their dream home on century21.ca and entering the Unlock An Escape Giveaway. Visit ... Read More...
Posted by Bibian Constantinoff on 2013-04-18
The 10th annual Ice on Whyte Festival starts today Jan. 25 and runs until Feb. 3, 2013. With beautiful weather expected this weekend and wide range of activities planned, this is a great time to discover another of Edmonton’s wonderful winter festivals. The Ice on Whyte Festival celebrates its 10th year in cool style this year with ice exhibits, children's play area and giant slide. Plus ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2013-01-25

Parks & Recreation

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  Looking for something new and exciting to do, during the long summer days? This might just be it, try visiting the new Jurassic Forest located just North of the city, in the Gibbons area. Geared towards families, especially those with young children, Jurassic Forest will make for a fun afternoon……it’s also a nice drive out into the countryside. Enjoy yourselves! Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2012-06-08
This weekend the 27th and 28th of January The Edmonton Winter Light Society brings you the Mill Creek Adventure Walk which will be held in Mill Creek ravine park. The family orientated event is a wonderful opportunity to get out and enjoy fresh air and a chance to see the trails in a new light. Admission is free although donations will be accepted, fires and hot chocolate will be ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2012-01-25

Market Reports and Conditions

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The City of Edmonton has grown by over 60,000 people in the past two years according to the recent municipal census. Surrounding communities are also growing because of the strength of the Alberta economy. The pressure on housing is forcing real estate prices and sales volumes up and shortening the time it takes to sell a home, according to the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton. The total value ... Read More...
Posted by Chris Currie on 2014-09-04
The REALTORS® Association of Edmonton reports that the Single Family Detached (SFD) average price in July was down 2% from June at $426,716 and the All Residential average price was off 2.6% from June at $362,091 in the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area (CMA). Condo prices were stable month-over-month at $254,654 and duplex/rowhouse average price...s rallied with a 5% lift to $360,309. “Like ... Read More...
Posted by Chris Currie on 2014-08-12

Restaurants / Bars / Coffee Houses

Chianti’s on Whyte Ave has been a long-time favourite with my family and we decided to visit again on Sunday evening. We had out of country visitors, one of whom’s parents were from Italy, so it was a good test. It passed with flying colours, On a cold November evening it was great to enter a warm & inviting room and the window table was nice for watching people scurrying about to ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2012-11-14
This great Tandoori Restaurant is located close to MacEwan University and has ample parking in the area. The room is quite different from most other Indian restaurants, with lots of gleaming pine logs throughout and a large central fireplace. On the evening we were there, it was really busy, but our servive was consistanly good and attentive, without being intrusive. The food portions were really ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2012-10-16

Shopping

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Acme Meat Market located in a nondescript strip mall in SE Edmonton is one of Edmonton’s great little secrets. {Although as a multi award winning butcher’s shop, this is changing} Locally sourced meats and custom cuts are the key to their success and if you’ve never been, then you owe it to yourself to head on over. What I’ve always enjoyed about Acme is that they will try ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2014-04-17
*Interested in a free walking tour of the downtown area? *Curious about some of the stuff that makes our city tick? *Visitors from out of town or a desire to know more about the heart of the city – beyond the headlines? Then this is a great solution sponsored by the Downtown Business Association and led by 5 enthusiastic young Edmontonians. All you have to do is show up at the DBA building ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2011-06-23

Sports & Activities

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   I love this festival for a number of reasons, one of the most important being that it let's me know that winter is in it's dying days. Also its just good healthy outdoor fun, when the days are longer and hopefully warmer too! Entering its twenty-fourth year, the Silver Skate Festival is the longest running winter festival in the City of Edmonton. Still rooted in Dutch traditions, ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2014-02-12
The Tour of Alberta is a six-day professional bicycle race promoted under Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) rules. The Tour of Alberta will be a six-stage race, starting in Edmonton on Tuesday, September 3 and ending in Calgary on Sunday, September 8, with stage routes traveling throughout rural Alberta, villages, towns and small cities. The total distance will be approximately 850 Km, which ... Read More...
Posted by Ciaran O'Neill on 2013-07-17
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