January 2015

There are 3 blog entries for January 2015.

Kate Stemler-Sinclair and Don Sinclair were still fiancées when they first learned about the Keswick (pronounced Kezzick) neighbourhood. A part of the community of Windermere, Keswick lies at the end of Ellerslie Road with the North Saskatchewan River Valley winding along its western edge. And as some of the last riverfront and ravine real estate in the southwest, Kate and Don felt lucky that they were able to find something so perfect.

One of primary features that the couple was looking for was privacy but also a place where they felt like a part of a community. They wanted a home where they could live quietly and build a family. Kate said, “I wanted to live in a place that had a community and neighbours, while Don wanted something quieter like an

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Edmonton always has something going on for the people that live, work, and play in and around the city. And this 2014 holiday season is no different. Take a look at these 12 amazing activities that Edmonton is offering and get ready to be taken away by the holiday spirit.


1. Choirs, Concerts, and Carols (November 22 – December 20)

Location: Local churches, Winspear Centre, McDougall, and more

Price: Varies depending on location

The city will be filled with cheer and music this holiday season so be sure to check out the choirs and carollers.


2. Festival of Trees (November 27 – 30)

Location: Shaw Conference Centre

Price: Ages 2-12 ($2), ages 13-17 ($5), adults ($10), seniors ($5)

This event has something for every. You'll

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A proposed 16 storey residential and commercial tower has members of several Old Strathcona community organizations worried that the community's long and successful historical integrity will be compromised.

The proposed location for the building is 81 Avenue and 105 Street. The Strathcona Presbyterian Church, which was built in the 1940s and closed last September, currently sits on the site.

The executive director of the Old Strathcona Foundation, Karen Tabor, is opposed to the tower as it's currently being proposed. She says the foundation would not support a building of that height so close to the provincial heritage area adding, “If it's moving forward, our stance would be to strongly be against anything of that height

In a recent meeting with

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