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Three Places to Learn About Edmonton's History

 

As the capital of Alberta, Edmonton has a rich history. Originally settled in 1795 by European traders, it has always been a hub for agriculture, Alberta oil, and military. Here are some places you can visit to learn about the history of Edmonton. 

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Charger vs Challenger: Crosstown's Muscle Showdown

 

Sun’s out…wheels out! Summer is here and we’re seeing more and more of the redesigned & classic muscle cars out on the roads. Here at Crosstown, we love our classic American Muscle Cars & even sponsor the Brok’n Pistinz Car Show & Stollery Fundraiser happening on June 9, 2018! The classics are hard to ignore, but with new technologies, upgraded engines, and AWD capability. The 2018 Dodge Challenger & Dodge Charger…

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University of Alberta Outreach Programs to Check Out

 

Building a better community is the responsibility of the organizations that serve those communities. The University of Alberta takes this very seriously and tries to provide programs and services that can make the lives of local residents better. These services range from summer camps to outreach programs designed to create and improve the connections…

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Three Fantastic Theme Parks to Try in Edmonton

 

Are you looking for a fun activity for the family while you're visiting Edmonton, Alberta, Canada? You're in luck because Edmonton boasts some fantastic and fun-filled family-friendly theme parks. Here are Edmonton's top three theme parks:

Fort Edmonton Park

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Should You Get A Hybrid or Gasoline 2018 Pacifica?

 

Each year, more auto manufacturers are rolling out hybrid versions of their top-selling vehicles. The 2018 Pacifica is no exception. With its excellent mileage, along with the happy feeling you get knowing your investment is good for the environment, you'd think the choice was obvious. However, it's not that simple — if it…

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5 Reasons to Check Out The New 2018 Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton

 

Downtown Edmonton is about to get an exciting new addition: The Royal Alberta Museum, which is scheduled to open later this year, with the date still to be announced. It replaces the old museum located in Glenora and promises innovative displays, fascinating artifacts, and endless educational opportunities. Here are just a few reasons you…

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