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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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The Works Art & Design Festival features 50 exhibits by 300 artists in 28 different venues. That equals 700 pieces of art to expand your artistic horizons. There will also be concerts, exhibits and vendors. These are just 10 of the venues that will be jam-packed with art lovers as the festival takes over the city June 23 to July 5, 2016. [Image credit:]
The Freewill Shakespeare Festival is one of the city's most popular events – there's nothing quite like watching a classic play in an open air theatre, surrounded by nature. This year's productions are Love's Labour's Lost and Romeo and Juliet. If you can't make it to the festival, at Hawrelak Park June 21 to July 17, 2016, these Edmonton theatre venues also have a jam-packed schedule of shows throughout the year.
Hummus, a blend of chickpeas and tahini, is an iconic Mediterranean dish that pretty much everyone needs to experience. It’s almost always paired with fresh pita bread and explosive flavour. So, if you want to find a literal slice of the Mediterranean but can’t escape the city, make your way to any of the places on this list and let your taste buds take their dream vacation. [Image credit: Pustynnikova]
If you don’t live on a farm, the next best thing is trolling farmers’ markets for fresh produce, organic fruit and killer cinnamon buns. Despite its sometimes too-brief summers, Edmonton has great farmers’ markets, spread throughout the city and the surrounding areas. A visit to any of the spots on this list will never disappoint. [Image credit:]

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