August 2021

Found 4 blog entries for August 2021.

What to Know About Driving in Edmonton

Edmonton is Alberta's second-largest city, the province's capital, and North America's northernmost metropolitan area. As the city grows, so does the infrastructure that supports the local drivers. The city's one million residents are served by a network of primary roads and local access highways. As in any other metro area, it can take some time to get used to driving in the Edmonton community. But, once new residents become familiar with the best local routes, they can travel the city with ease. Keep reading to learn everything there is to know about driving in Edmonton.

Get to Know Your Major Roads

Anyone moving to Edmonton will quickly become familiar with Highway 216, a ring road surrounding the city. The "216" designation comes from the two

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Best Parks in Edmonton

Regardless of where residents live in the Edmonton community, there are times when taking a break from home to explore and discover what Edmonton parks have to offer is a great way to spend the day. Whether walking, hiking, bird watching, observing wildlife, or biking, getting up close to nature can be an interesting and exciting experience for everyone and support good health. Keep reading below to discover the best parks to visit in Edmonton.

Rundle Park

Rundle Park Amenities

  • Horseshoe pits
  • Disc golf course
  • Sports fields
  • Walking and biking paths
  • Picnic sites
  • Paddleboat rentals
  • Rundle Park IceWay

When looking for a park with plenty of choices in activities and things to do, a visit to Rundle Park has something

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Edmonton Most Expensive Neighbourhoods

As the capital city of Alberta, the Edmonton community provides a vibrant modern lifestyle in the midst of breathtaking natural beauty. It has a population of about 1.5 million people and is North American's northernmost city with a population of more than 1 million. Those who move to Edmonton are called Edmontonians, and they have access to a wonderful variety of amenities.

The city is nicknamed "Canada's Festival City" for the many festivals held in the city year-round. West Edmonton Mall, North America's largest mall, is located here, as is Fort Edmonton Park, Canada's largest living history museum. Its Francis Winspear Centre for Music, home of the Edmonton Symphony, was designed to be one of the most acoustically perfect. The city is also home

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Edmonton Most Affordable Neighbourhoods

As the capital of Alberta, Edmonton is the province's second-most populated city, with 1.5 million residents. Of course, these longtime locals and newcomers might find themselves in search of a home here in "Canada's Festival City." Compared to most of Canada's major housing markets, Edmonton is arguably one of the most affordable neighbourhoods. Here are some of the most reasonably priced communities in Edmonton.

Athlone

Athlone Amenities

  • Spray park
  • Community library
  • Four parks w/ playgrounds
  • Trails for walking, jogging, and biking
  • Two schools
  • Outdoor ice rink

The Athlone neighbourhood is a budget-friendly community with prices starting in the $150,000 range with median sales of $288,000. Predominantly

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