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Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, comprised of over 730, 372 people of English, Scottish, German, Irish, French and Native descent. With its expanding suburbs, Edmonton is considered one of the largest cities in North America. Edmonton is known for its festivals and boasts over 70 museums among its many attractions. The city is divided into different neighbourhoods along the north shore and the southern bank of the river. Whyte Avenue on 82nd Avenue is one of Edmonton’s most popular neighbourhoods, with many historic monuments to visit during the day and a boisterous nightlife for Edmonton’s nighttime party-crowd.

Edmonton has a number of commercial centers, namely the West Edmonton Mall, a shopper’s dream come true. It is one of the biggest shopping centers in North America and the most visited tourist attraction in all of Western Canada, with over 800 stores, a waterslide and a skating rink.

The Edmonton Oilers are the popular hockey team here. Also, the 2010 Vancouver Olympics hockey champs were feted in Edmonton.

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One of the city’s most popular festivals, Taste of Edmonton, is back. Attendees are in for a treat, with amazing items available from restaurants and food trucks, plus entertainment, culinary workshops, programs for kids and, of course, the popular Sip and Savour pop-up restaurants. Join the hungry masses at Churchill Square July 21 to 30, 2016. [Image credit: iStock.com/Lauri Patterson]
It’s easy to spot the people heading to Coachella or other outdoor summer festivals, such as the Edmonton Pride Festival. They have a uniform, and it is bohemian chic at its best. These stores sell the bright, bold clothing and accessories that will help you fit in, and stand out from the crowd, all at the same time.
Bubble tea’s popularity has spread from Taiwan to Canada, with the number of cafes where you can find this sweet treat, complete with tapioca pearls and jelly, expanding every year. Whether you prefer yours milky, slushy or made with real fruit juice, there is no shortage of delicious varieties and flavours in Edmonton.
Weddings - okay, wedding receptions - are fun, but not nearly as much fun as the bachelor parties. Stags are often hazy but always memorable, especially as the daylight wanes. But what about the day, when you need something fun to do for a gang of rowdy dudes looking to send their buddy off to a life of domesticity? Edmonton and area has you covered.

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