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    Take a break at Sylvan Lake

    by Jefie Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Sylvan Lake is a pleasant resort town located about 1h30 south of Edmonton. It's a good place to go for camping (Jarvis Bay Provincial Park), swimming (Wild Rapids Waterslide Park) and just hanging out on a warm summer day.

    Sylvan Lake, Alberta
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    • Water Sports
    • Family Travel

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    Come visit ME!

    by Jareotto Written Oct 31, 2005

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    This is my basement suite!
    I live in a nice, older area of the city. Close to the River Valley, downtown, north end, south end, WEM.... YOU NAME IT! I'm about 15 minutes or closer from EVERYTHING!
    So - if you're in town - drop me a line and maybe we may hook up!

    Welcome to My Place! I love plants - here are a few in my spare room. My little kitchen! Some goofs sitting in my living room! I love plants - the stairs to my front entrance.
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    Cyber Cafe...Get your Internet Fix

    by keida84 Written Apr 15, 2005

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    Cyber-One Internet Cafe was an oasis for the true VT and Internet addict.

    They have over 15 computer stations and charge $6.00 Canadian per hour for internet use.

    There is a snack bar and video rental as well.

    Located at 13222 118th Avenue
    Edmonton, Canada

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    This is the ticket to my...

    by Sharrie Written Sep 12, 2002

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    This is the ticket to my future! The Super 7 & 6/49 is a weekly & twice weekly draw that has prizes amounting to as high as C$22m! Well, I have yet migrated to Canada, so you know the situation :-((

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    The Francis Winspear Centre...

    by Navihawk Written Aug 26, 2002

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    The Francis Winspear Centre For Music

    Performers from the ESO to the Rolling Stones have found a home in one of the world's most acoustically-sound halls.

    Phone: (780) 429-1992

    Schedule of Events

    12/31 Winspear Centre Guided Tours
    One of the most acoustically sound venues in the world hosts a guided tour of the downtown concert hall.
    05/06 Bjorn Again
    Abba Dabba Doo. The imposters from the land of Fosters return.
    05/08 ESO On The Edge: Susan Aglukark
    Canada's Arctic Rose touches down at the Winspear for a pair of mid-week shows.
    05/09 Ricardo Lemvo
    Congo goes Cuba with this world-music fusion artist.

    Concert Hall Profile

    Two people standing on the empty Francis Winspear Centre for Music stage can talk in normal voices, and someone else sitting in the farthest distant seat can hear their conversation.

    The concert hall's flawless acoustics have won rave reviews from musicians, music fans, and appreciative audiences. The 1,932 seat main concert hall has hosted Edmonton Symphony Orchestra concerts, Jazz City concerts, choral revues, and opera. Construction on the centre, at the corner of 102 Avenue and 99 street began in 1995, and by summer, 1997, all the final touches on the $40 million complex were complete.

    The Winspear Centre opened in September 1997 with a nine-day celebration of the centre's potential. Performers like Michael Burgess, Jann Arden, Herbie Hancock, The Chieftains and cellist Shauna Rolston helped highlight the performance hall's diverse uses. The main hall utilizes a wraparound design that creates an intimate relationship between performer and audience.

    The Winspear's rehearsal hall has been used by touring groups, including the Rolling Stones, and the meeting and reception rooms are well utilized by corporate and community groups for various functions. The front lobby, with its high glass windows, is also used for wedding receptions, media launches and other functions.

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