Edmonton International Airport


As the capital city of Alberta, Edmonton is a bustling metropolis filled with exciting activities, excursions and attractions to see. With the North Saskatchewan River running through it, this city has the best of both worlds and showcases miles high skyscrapers, as well as lush forested areas with walking trails and river views. With a population of almost 1.5 million, it is the second largest city in Alberta. Communities are diverse and are home to a range of ethnicities and backgrounds. Inclusion is a priority within the city and each neighborhood provides a welcoming atmosphere to those who are new to the area.

There is never a shortage of things to do in the city. Whether you’re wanting a high energy activity, a relaxing afternoon outing, or a fine dining experience, Edmonton has it all. With plenty of golf courses and driving ranges, indoor sports facilities, recreational centres and pools, gyms and fitness classes, dog parks and playgrounds, sports fields, and museums and art galleries, there is something for everyone. Some of the top attractions in the city are the Edmonton Valley Zoo, Muttart Conservatory, Fort Edmonton Park, Commonwealth Stadium, Rogers Place and the Heritage Amphitheatre.

Edmonton is also home to some of the best and most diverse cuisine. With five-star restaurants, local eateries and cafes, retro inspired diners, plenty of fast-food options and Skip the Dishes for those who prefer eating at home, the city has something to satisfy all tastebuds.

Whether you’re living in or just visiting Edmonton, it’s hard to deny it’s magnetism and appeal. This city is filled to the brim with exciting opportunities and experiences you won’t find anywhere else.

For more information visit the City of Edmonton or Explore Edmonton.


Located 15 minutes south of Edmonton, Leduc is a growing and robust city that is continually rising to serve its community and overall population. With a strong history in the oil and gas industries, agriculture, tourism and arts culture, it has shown great expansion as an economical region. With its close proximity to Edmonton and the Edmonton International Airport, it has become a hub for those wanting big city adventures.

Within the city itself, you can find a vast array of things to do and see. The pride of the city is the Leduc Recreation Centre which hosts three NHL sized rinks, two field houses, and aquatics complex, fitness facility, eight rink curling complex and a four-lane running and walking track. For performing arts lovers, there’s also a Performing Arts Centre that holds 450 people and showcases some of the best live performances in the area.

If you’re wanting to get outside and enjoy some fresh air, Leduc also has you covered. With over 60km of paved multiway trails, you can bike, walk or run as much as you desire. There’s also plenty of parks and dog friendly areas that you can enjoy all throughout the year.

Shopping and dining are also high on the list of things to do in the city, with the Leduc Common being the city’s main attraction for all major retailers and dining experiences. Here you will be able to shop your favourite brands and sit down for an amazing meal at your favourite eatery.

Leduc offers a warm welcome to all visitors and residents and is the perfect place to put roots down and enjoy city living.

For more information visit the City of Leduc.