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Downtown traffic expected to be messy during climate change march.


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October 17, 2019
The City of Edmonton is making preparations to ensure that tomorrow’s climate march and related events are successful for everyone involved. The march is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., moving from Beaver Hills House Park on Jasper Avenue to the Alberta Legislature grounds.
Traffic disruptions are expected to be significant
  • Drivers are encouraged to take routes other than Jasper Avenue to move in and out of downtown
  • Everyone travelling downtown is encouraged to share the road
Transit service may also be affected.
  • Downtown transit riders can expect last-minute route changes along Jasper Avenue
  • Passengers on bus routes 1, 2, 5, 16, 52, 100, 111, 120, 309 and 560 are advised that Stop #1622 at 104 Street/Jasper Avenue westbound is closed from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Bus stop #1673 at 103 Street/Jasper Avenue and stop #1619 at 106 Street/Jasper Avenue remain open
Information will change as events unfold. The City encourages Edmontonians to follow @CityofEdmonton and @TakeETSAlert on Twitter for the latest information.

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Edmonton’s most-iconic home hits market at $5.25M

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One of our city’s most historic and iconic homes is on the market.  The Magrath Mansion is located in the Highlands. The neighbourhood was conceived in 1910, the brainchild of William Magrath. His home was fnished in 1912 and presides magestically as the anchor of this unique neighbourhood. The house sits on five lots and features six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and several dining rooms. There are also five gas fireplaces.

If you’ve ever passed by the mansion, you’ve likely wondered what it’s like inside.  Here’s your chance to have a look. Click the link below to take a virtual 3D tour of the home and enjoy some local history. Here are some screen shots from the 3D tour.

Click here to take a virtual tour of the home. It’s a must see if you are a lover of history.

If you’re interested in purchasing this beautiful mansion, contact Cheryl Watts at [email protected] 

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Edmonton Roman Catholic Archbishop Richard Smith announces the return of mass with COVID restrictions

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Edmonton Roman Catholic Archbishop Richard Smith

Religious services in Alberta have been approved with restrictions.   For many denominations this will only be the beginning of a very gradual return to normal.  There will be many restrictions to ensure the services are in line with provincial guidelines.   Edmonton Catholic Archbishop Richard Smith released a video to explain the new and likely temporary rules to Alberta’s 800,000 plus Catholics.

From The Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton

Return of Public Mass (see link for full details

Archbishop Smith talks about the guidelines for the reintroduction of the public celebration of Holy Mass in #ArchEdmonton.Catholics may be invited back to Sunday Mass as early as June 7. Weekday Mass begins as early as June 1, the Monday after Pentecost.Full details are here:

Posted by Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton on Monday, May 25, 2020

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