Close to Downtown Edmonton, you may find the Muttart Conservatory in Edmonton's River Valley.
"The Pyramid's" are BEAUTIFUL! Here you may enjoy many different plant species (EVEN IN THE WINTER)... more
The steam, the warmth, the soothing mineral-rich waters. There are two man-made pools which are fed by sulphur hot spring. The water temperatures are kept a comfortable 103 degrees... more
This is Canada's largest historical park. In it is are replicas of Edmonton at various times in young history.
The centrepiece is the old Fort. First built by the Hudson's Bay Company over 200 years... more
The Citadel Theatre is not only a BEAUTIFUL building, it's practical, too! If you want to attend a play, that is!
The name is rather deceiving. The Citadel "Theatre" is not a single theatre, but, a... more
The Heritage Festival is held every year on the long weekend in August and features food and entertainment from over 50 cultures around the world..It is a great way to spend the day sampling various... more
The people of Edmonton like to stay indoors and speak on computer microphones or they're cellphones. Edmontonians love they're cellphones. They would prefer to watch DVD movies on a sunny day than... more
Castrol Raceway is located just south of Edmonton near the Edmonton International Airport. They offer a full season from May through October of Drag and Oval Racing, Motocross and special events like... more
Like many Quebecois, I’ve always wanted to experience life in the Prairies and a few years ago, I was lucky enough to get a job working at the Visitor Services of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta....
Let me say right here, "I like Canada." My father was born in Toronto so I have ties to Canada but I have not really had many opportunities to spend time there.
I had to go through 3 airports to get...