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The greatest event in Edmonton's calendar is the ten-day festival known as Capital EX, formerly called Klondike Days, held every year at the end of July. The wild days of the Klondike Gold-rush of 1890 come to life once more. The citizens act out the pioneer period and don the clothes of the late 1890s. Street-parties, dancing, parades, live entertainment, and gold-panning competitions liven up the whole city.
Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, Canada. Edmonton is on the North Saskatchewan River and is the centre of the Edmonton Capital Region, which is surrounded by Alberta's central region. It is Alberta's second-largest city and Canada's fifth-largest municipality. This population represents 66 percent of the total population within the Edmonton census metropolitan area, it is Canada's fifth-largest by population. Edmonton is the most northern North American city with a metropolitan population over one million. A resident of Edmonton is known as an Edmontonian. Edmonton serves as the northern anchor of the Calgary–Edmonton Corridor. Known as the "Gateway to the North", the city is a staging point for large-scale oil sands projects occurring in northern Alberta and large-scale diamond minin...
Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes of some of the world's biggest festivals? How does it all come together and how do you get a community on board? Taking inspiration from the UK's very own Edinburgh International Fringe Festival, Edmonton in Canada decided to create an equivalent 30 years ago and since then the city in Alberta has become known as North America's premier festival city. All year round, Edmonton's festivals celebrate a variety of artistic disciplines including music, visual arts, dance, performing arts, sports and film and create endless possibilities, shows and performances for visitors and locals alike to enjoy. This wide variety includes the internationally renowned Folk, Fringe and Street Performers festivals. In the following video we look...
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italIdeasEdmonton.com — Greg Zeschuk, Cory Janssen and Gord Lacey discuss the pros and cons of launching your business in Edmonton. Bioware co-founder Greg Zeschuk, TVShowsonDVD.com founder Gord Lacey and Techopedia co-founder Cory Janssen were on a panel entitled: "Selling the Business You Built: Three Edmonton Stories." It was held at the Edmonton Journal on October 24, 2012 and was moderated by Karen Unland.
http://CapitalIdeasEdmonton.com - Paul Wallace on why he decided to run a small business, and not to expand. Chris LaBossiere of Yardstick Software, Paul Wallace of yoyoGstring, and Amanda Babichuk, formerly of d'Lish Urban Kitchen and Wine Bar were on a panel titled: "Expand, Stand Pat, or Quit? Three Edmonton Stories". It was held at the Edmonton Journal on August 1, 2012. The panel was moderated by Karen Unland.
2 young kids having the time of their lives.
Celebrating all that is Edmontonian & designing a logo for its diversity of people and places. Photographs by NASA, Jeff Wallace, O Sangudo, IQRemix , Dave Cournoyer, O Bill Burrls, Kurt Bauschardt and CBCLove of Hawrelak Park, Art Gallery of Alberta, West Edmonton Mall, Alberta Legislative Buildings, Don Iveson, Rachel Notley, Edmonton Oilers, University of Alberta Golden Bears hockey, Muttart Conservatory, Fort Edmonton Park, North Saskatchewan River and Talus Dome Sculpture. Production: Edmonton River Designs
Indoor Facility We are located in Edmonton, Alberta between 112 Avenue and 114 Avenue on 149 Street, minutes from Telus World of Science. We are the biggest indoor airsoft field in Western Canada! Our facility features: 25,000 sq. ft. Facility 400 FPS Field Limit Large Multi-room Staging Area Private Staging/Briefing Room Available Premium Equipment Rentals Lockable Storage Friendly & Professional Staff Visitors lounge Transit Accessible Online Waiver All Players: An online waiver must be filled out in order to use our facility. To speed check-in, you may fill this waiver in online on the same day as your visit. Parents: If your child is under 18 and coming to our facility, you must fill out a waiver. This may be filled out the day of their visit, if your child is to be accompanied by som...
This is the festival we have every july. If you come, bring LOTS of money!
Learn More: http://ihuman.org/youth/#ournewhome 500+ vulnerable youth got a new home. Over 700 volunteers pitched in! More than 150 companies stepped up and participated. We renovated a 22,000 sq/ft facility top to bottom. $3.5+ million donated services/supplies. Modern day urban barn raising.
"Competing in gymnastics is the greatest reminder of being alive as a human being" This is the year-end video of all the great athletes of the Capital City Gymnastics Centre located in Edmonton, Alberta. Gym website: https://capcitygym.com/ Audio from Mateusz M: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDSwwEeF_K8&vl=en
http://CapitalIdeasEdmonton.com - Amanda Babichuk on deciding to open a new business, then deciding when was the right time to close. Chris LaBossiere of Yardstick Software, Paul Wallace of yoyoGstring, and Amanda Babichuk, formerly of d'Lish Urban Kitchen and Wine Bar were on a panel titled: "Expand, Stand Pat, or Quit? Three Edmonton Stories". It was held at the Edmonton Journal on August 1, 2012. The panel was moderated by Karen Unland.