A little shop full of witty, thoughtful and creative greeting cards, stationery and gifts.
Tree-lined residential streets full of historical homes with an injection of shopping, food and entertainment.
The established west-central community has tree-lined residential streets full of historical homes with an injection of shopping, food and entertainment along the main artery, 124 Street. A diverse mixed-use neighbourhood, residents can easily walk amongst all that the Westmount neighbourhood has on offer.
For close to 50 years, this independently-owned floral shop has stocked a wide selection of fresh cut flowers from growers in Hawaii, California, Florida, South America and British Columbia. The florist is experienced in creating bouquets as expressions of love as well as arrangements for corporate events and weddings.
A music emporium stocking one of the best selections of ethnic, funk, soul, rare groove, library and other exotic sounds in Edmonton. Started in 2001, Listen Records offers new and used vinyl of oddities as well as indie rock/pop, metal, electronic, folk, dub, reggae, hip hop and punk.
A home decor store combining antiques, collectibles and new products sourced from across Europe and North America. They also offer a residential interior design service helping clients curate their space to reflect their own distinct style.
A gourmet pet bakery using all-natural ingredients for to make homemade pastries, ice creams and cakes especially for companion animals' palates. While in the bakery, visit the adoptable animals seeking forever homes through the Whitecourt Homeless Animal Rescue Foundation (WHARF).
A friendly welcome and expansive selection of cheeses from across the globe.
A large park space with a variety of facilities including a rink, sports fields, natural areas, a playground and spray park.
Overlooking Groat Road, the green space adds natural elements between neighbourhood homes and the busy thoroughfare.
A circular park nestled in beside a well-used bike path in the Westmount neighbourhood. It's named in honour of The Edmonton Grads women's basketball team from the 1920s.
A valley filled with pathways weaving through the natural beauty of the boreal forest. The trail system leads down to the North Saskatchewan River with the parkland and picnic areas of MacKinnon Ravine.
Truly a pocket park! This little green triangle of parkland is Edmonton's smallest park. It's named after a pioneer educator in Edmonton.
One of five licensed chai bar locations for this Edmonton original. It's known for putting a twist on traditional Indian and Pakistani dishes while accommodating food sensitivities and diet restrictions. Plus there's that delicious chai --- complete with pistachios sprinkled on top.
Kindergarten to Grade 6 students receive daily physical education, dance instruction and fine arts programs led by skilled teachers, guest instructors and artists-in-residence. Beginning in the fourth grade, students receive French as a Second Language instruction. All Grade 6 students participate in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Program.
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