This website is a great resource for citizens, visitors, and people wanting to build a life in Edmonton.
Edmonton's daily newspaper for over 100 years
Another of Edmonton's daily newspapers
Tips for gardening in Canada. Focus your queries on the Edmonton region.
The Hole family of St. Albert are an authority for growing great yards and making the most of your landscape in our northern climate.
A great mall on the south side of Edmonton.
A big box retail area just south of 23rd Avenue and east of Calgary Trail.
Another big box retail area south of The Anthony Henday and east of Terwillegar Drive in Southwest Edmonton
Use this handy calendar to seek out events in the Edmonton area. Search events by date, venue or event category.
Go catch a show!
A handy guide if you are looking to try one of the many restaurants in the Edmonton area.
Get tickets to a show. There are so many venues and artists to see!
Get tickets to events in Edmonton's own venues and attractions.
A great guide to everything to see and do in the Capital Region.
The Yardbird Suite is one of the best jazz clubs in Edmonton. Local and International artists have been welcomed in this special place for decades. 2017 marks the 60th anniversary of the Yardbird with special shows and celebrations.
The Terwillegar Rec Centre is a multi-use fitness facility operated by the City of Edmonton.
The Saville Centre is operated by the University of Alberta and offers a variety of fitness programs in their facility located on the South Campus of the U of A.
The Edmonton Public Library is a great resource for families and readers of all ages. Programs run year-round.
Located in the River Valley near Fort Edmonton Park, the John Janzen Nature Centre offers educational nature programming to all ages.
A great website to aid discovery of amenities, events, attractions and the history of Edmonton.
The Fringe is an annual theatre event in the Old Strathcona area of Edmonton. Must be experienced...
The Jazz Festival welcomes artists from around the world while celebrating our incredible local talent.
The much-loved, highly prized Folk Fest of Edmonton. Generations of Edmontonians really love this event. Another to be experienced...
The Heritage Festival is an annual celebration of the cultures of Edmonton. One of the great landmark summer festivals of Edmonton.
Go to Churchill Square to have a taste of the local cuisine of the Edmonton area.
An annual celebration of all things Caribbean.
Stationed mainly at the Winspear Centre, the ESO is approachable and entertaining.
One of the most acoustically perfect performance halls in the world - a beautiful venue in the heart of Downtown Edmonton.
A twin of its sister in Calgary, the NAJA has hosted countless acts for decades - another of Edmonton's great rooms.
The city-owned home of the Edmonton Eskimos, this venue has hosted numerous international events and major summer concerts - not to mention being the home of The Edmonton Eskimos.
Owned by Northlands, The Coliseum is home to many special events and concerts year round.
Northlands is Edmonton's "Entertainment Destination" hosting K-Days, horse racing, concerts, rodeos, and a variety of other events.
The home of The Edmonton Oilers in the heart of Downtown Edmonton.
Your gateway to the new Ice District development in the heart of downtown Edmonton.
The stunning architecture is a gateway to the ever-changing exhibits held inside.
An landmark and an oasis of horticulture in the heart of Edmonton's River Valley.
Home of the Golden Bears and Pandas, The U of A has been a leader in post-secondary education for over 100 years.
A student-focused post-secondary institution established in 1971.
The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology is a leader in technical training and applied education.
The Edmonton Oilers' website.
The Edmonton Eskimo's website.
This website offers a look at the important role community leagues play in the neighbourhoods of Edmonton.
This website shows the times and locations of food trucks in Edmonton.
This website is from the River Valley Alliance. A group dedicated to creating a ribbon of green along the North Saskatchewan River.