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Winter Activities to do in Edmonton Before Spring
 
Wondering what there is to do in Edmonton this Winter before spring comes rolling in? There are tons of activities available to you across the snow and ice blanketed Edmonton winter landscape.
 
 
1. Ice Castles - Marvel at the acre-sized winter wonderland that is crafted by hand, using only icicles and water, that resembles frozen waterfalls, glaciers or ice caves brought to Edmonton by Ice Castles. Walk through the Disney-esque ice castle enjoying the stunning displays. Details
 
 
2. Elk Island National Park - Bison/Elk viewing is at its best in winter as animals come out in the open to forage for food in this unspoiled prairie winter wilderness. The national park offers plenty of other winter activities like cross country skiing, snow shoeing, along the many multi use trails. Details
 
 
3. Cooking Lake Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area -This area provides another venue for plenty of fun winter activities including wildlife viewing,snowmobiling, dog-sledding, cross-country skiing & ice skating.
 
 
4. Strathcona Wilderness Centre - Enjoy a glorious winter day with family skiing, snow shoeing or join for any of the special events like World Snow Day, Moonlight Ski, The Great Pastry Casper at the Strathcona Wilderness Centre. Trail Map or Details
 
 
5. Snow Valley Ski Club - Skiing, snowboarding, snow school. Website
    Sunridge Ski Area - Website
    Rabbit Hill Snow Resort - Website
    Edmonton Ski Club - Website
 
 
6. Hiking & Snowshoeing - If you love walking in the winter, then treat yourself by walking along the many River Valley Trails. All these trails are maintained by the city of Edmonton. From Terwillegar Park to Hermitage Park you'll discover a wide range of family facilities you can warm up to. Whether you're tobogganing, skating, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, or winter picnicking, you can find warm resting areas en-route.
 
 
7. Ice Fishing - The best ice fishing spots in Alberta, Gull Lake and Sylvan Lake are within 2 hours of drive from Edmonton. You can also try Pigeon lake or Lac La Nonne which are a 90 minute drive from downtown Edmonton,
 
 
 
 
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Today’s Bank of Canada rate hold announcement marks almost four straight years that the key benchmark rate has remained unchanged, since September 8, 2010. Great news if you have a variable-rate mortgage or home equity line of credit; the prime rate stays at 3%.

 

The announcement noted that “the risks to the outlook for inflation remain roughly balanced, while the risks associated with household imbalances have not diminished.” With these considerations, the Bank is maintaining its monetary policy stimulus, and remains neutral with respect to the timing and direction of the next change.

 

The next rate-setting day is October 22nd.

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