Welcome to CRS Edmonton, the Online Guide for people Relocating or Moving to Edmonton, organized by Categories of interest from Arts to Weather. You don't have to browse the Web; we have done it for you.
Edmonton became a town in 1892 and a City in 1904, named the capital of Alberta in 1906, University of Alberta opened in 1908. In 1912 Strathcona Amalgamated with Edmonton.
In the 1930's, Edmonton became a pioneer in aviation by becoming a vital centre for transportation for medical supplies, food and mail to northern communities. During this time, the city earned the title "The Gateway To The North".
Situated on the banks of the North Saskatchewan At 2200 feet above sea level, it has a population of over 877,926 (2014) making it Canada's 5th largest metro area after Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Ottawa-Hull.
In Edmonton, you'll discover the sophistication of a modern city combined with the warmth of western hospitality, and if you are looking for a new place Property Management Edmonton is the best place to start
There are always things to do, where recreation is concerned. The Provincial Museum, Valley Zoo, the John Jansen Nature Centre, Edmonton Space Science Centre, Rutherford House, Edmonton Art Gallery, the Muttart Conservatory, Northlands Spectrum and Kinsmen Sports Centre, provides interesting and, in some cases, educational activities for any sized family. Its 13 libraries and 17 shopping malls complete the picture.
Once a year, Edmonton plays host to its 'mid-summer madness' otherwise known as Klondike Days.
The University of Alberta, Alberta College, the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Grant MacEwan College, the Athabasca University are just some of educational facilities available to students of every age group.
The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Edmonton Opera and Alberta Ballet, provide Edmonton with cultural activities performed at the Jubilee Auditorium,Francis Winspear Centre for Music, Commomwealth Stadium or the Northlands Coliseum.