Edmonton city views: Edmonton city hall, Alberta legislature buildings in Edmonton, Edmonton Internet Cafe ( da Bar ),  and  Provincial court house in downtown Edmonton, across the street from city hall, Edmonton main public library, and Senior's resources center

City of Edmonton, Capital of Alberta, Canada

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  • Population in 2006 Census  1,034,945 - a 10.4% increase from 2001
  • Population in 2001 (1) : 937,845
  • Population in 1996 (2) : 862,597
  • Edmonton Metro. Area from 1996 to 2001 population change (%) : 8.7
  • Land area (square km) : 9,418.62
  • [ Alberta population aprox. 3,113,600 in 2003 and
    Canada's population aprox. 31,414,000 in 2003 ]
EDMONTON CITY, Population statistics
  • Population in 2006 730,372 - a 9.6% increase from 2001
  • Population in 2001 (1) : 666,104
  • Population in 1996 (2) : 616,306
  • 1996 to 2001 population change (%) : 8.1
  • Land area (square km) : 683.88
Provincial Population Statistics in 2002 from STATISTICS CANADA web site
for more information go to http://www.statcan.ca/english/Pgdb/demo31a.htm [above statistics quoted from their web site 03/05/27]

Edmonton City Hall - Municipal Services
#1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
T5J 2R7

Edmonton Planning & Development Dept.
2nd floor - 10250 - 101 street
Telephone:  (780) 496-3100
Web site:  www.gov.edmonton.ab.ca/planning_dev

Edmonton - Better Business Bureau of Central & Northern Alberta

Edmonton Home builders Association
Web site:  www.gehba.com

Edmonton Real Estate Board
Looking to buy real estate in Edmonton?  Here's a place to start to find information about realtors, and real estate in the Edmonton area.
14220 - 112 Ave.
Telephone:  (780) 451-6666
Web site:  www.mls.ca real-estate listings

Edmonton Chamber of Commerce
International Division of The Edmonton Chamber of Commerce

"Edmonton Chamber members, who are now automatically members of the World Trade Centre Edmonton, are able to take advantage of a variety of new and innovative services and benefits provided by the internationally respected World Trade Center Association (WTCA). [iserve.wtca.org/]  

The WTCA was established in 1970 as a nonprofit organization devoted to promoting the growth of international trade through the establishment of World Trade Centers strategically positioned throughout the world. Today the WTCA has nearly 300 Centers located in almost 100 countries, with its headquarters located in New York City. The Edmonton Chamber of Commerce's World Trade Centre Edmonton is our business community's entrance to this worldwide network. " [quote from Edmonton Chamber of Commerce - International Div. web page 2003/04/17]

Lawyer Referral Services

If you are searching for a lawyer in Alberta, go to the Law Society of Alberta Lawyer Referral Service web page at www.lawsociety.ab.ca/public/lawyer_referral.aspx

Edmonton Tourism
The Official Tourism Site for the Edmonton Alberta Capital Region www.tourism.ede.org/

Note - this website is multilingual:  with information in Chinese, French, German and Spanish languages

Society for the Retired & Semi-Retired - Housing Registry
15 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
Telephone:  (780) 423-5510
Web site:  www.srsr-seniors.com

Alberta Government Services - Consumer Information Centre

Web site:  www.servicealberta.gov.ab.ca
  • Housing and/or consumer affairs
  • Provincial Gas Rebate
  • Landlord-tenant rights
  • Internet business sales
  • Information on Condominiums (owing / buying)

see also

Edmonton Public Library

City of Edmonton Archives
City of Edmonton Archives

Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum
see this special museum's collection

University of Alberta

Newspapers on-line

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Credits:  People on top banner are staff of cafe dabar Internet Cafe www.cafedabar.com where photographer Neal Chan observed the September 11, 2001 New York attack.

Special thanks for the orientation / tours by staff of the City of Edmonton Archives and the curator of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum, Major (ret'd) David Haas, CD, rmc. [Aug.2002 - N.Chan]