12407 108 Ave
A bright little shop filled with lovingly curated goods and oddities, by independent artists, designers and musicians from Canada and beyond.
The decorative crosswalks, installed by the city, make the pedestrian crossings brighter and easier to see along 124 Street.
The eight crosswalks are covered with a durable thermoplastic with a sandpapery texture, preventing any slipping when the surface gets wet.
Suite 101, 10706 124 St
A food market showcasing Alberta’s farmers and producers through house-made meat products, sausages, pickles and preserves.
10350 124 St
A local bakery specializing in yummy cookies made without eggs and dairy (and nut free too!). Three classic flavours, Chocolate Chip, London Fog and Gingersnap, are available daily with featured flavours rotating in.
The neighbourhood has come together to create heritage plaques for houses built before 1940.
Mounted on the exterior of the homes, the plaques display the year the house was built, its first occupant and his or her occupation.
68 residences have applied for plaques.