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Silver Heights Peony Garden

Dawn Saunders-Dahl

Prominent Edmonton physician James Frederick Brander (1879 – 1963) came to Edmonton from Nova Scotia in 1921 and, along with…

The Studhorse Man and the High Level Bridge

Jannie Edwards

In 1969, my first year of university, I was finally free of the social girdle of my small prairie town….

Adventures of the Lost Alpine Huts

PearlAnn Reichwein

Edmonton’s first alpine hut—The Eyrie—opened February 26, 1928. High on Quesnell Heights it looked out on a mighty river. Friends…

The High Level Bridge at 100

Lawrence Herzog

It wasn’t fancy, but it was strong and structural, with 17.2 million pounds of steel held together with 1.4 million…

Urban Dream

Wendy Gervais

I know… in my mind I know they were thinking of moving. In my mind I remember hearing, “This house…

Curiosities Bus Tour

ECAMP Event

The second Curiosities Bus Tour visited the Prince of Wales Armouries, The City Centre Airport on the day it ceased…