The Commonwealth Stadium is located just to the northeast of downtown Edmonton; it is hard to miss the biggest stadium in ... More
The Commonwealth Stadium is located just to the northeast of downtown Edmonton; it is hard to miss the biggest stadium in Canada. It was built for the 1978 Commonwealth Games, which Edmonton hosted. Now, the natural grass surface is home to the Edmonton Eskimos Football Team, the Canadian National Soccer Team, and host to major concerts throughout the year; seating capacity exceeds 60,000. Admission varies widely depending on the event.
I love my edmonton eskimos. great place to cheer them on at. they only thing i get mad about is folks who get drunk and act really stupid after having to much beer to drink.i think they should limmit on how much a person is alllowed to drink at the football game to cut down on the drunks and the problem of roudy fans
The pool is closed until January 24, 2013 for maintenance. The pool is closed until January 24, 2013 for maintenance.
The West Edmonton Mall, Whyte Avenue and University of Alberta are all just a short drive away from our ...
Be transported to the elegance of Edwardian 1915 in the fully restored home of Alexander Rutherford, Alberta's first premier. The
Rutherford House is one of the most beautiful structures of the city. Guides dressed in period costumes and interpreters ...
Holiday Inn Conference Center is accessible from Edmonton International Airport ( YEG), and local attractions include West Edmonton Mall, Valley
Zoo, Royal Alberta Museum, Art Gallery of Alberta, Rexall Place, Commonwealth Stadium, Hawrelak Park, and the Old Strathcona/Whyte Ave. ...
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