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The valley varies from 800 to 1,600 metres (half to one mile) in width and from 30 to 60 metres (100 to 200 feet) in depth, totalling some 8,000 acres within the city of Edmonton.
The pioneering facility will have a production capacity of up to 38 million litres per year and will help the City of Edmonton increase its residential waste diversion rate to 90 per cent, Enerkem said.
Newcastle-based sports specialists FaulknerBrowns Architects are working on design proposals for an innovative community recreation centre with an indoor cycle track for the city of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada.
The Citizen Panel was organized jointly by the City of Edmonton and the University of Alberta, bringing together women and men of diverse ages, incomes, cultural backgrounds, and experience to learn about and discuss Edmonton's budget priorities.
Speaking for the first time this year, Konrad Siu, Director at the Office of Infrastructure and Funding Strategy, City of Edmonton in Canada, said, "It is an honour to share the City of Edmonton's infrastructure asset management experience at the conference, as an example of best international practices.
Sayfildin Tahir Sharif, an Iraqi-born ethnic Kurd who immigrated to Canada in 1993 and has since become a citizen, was arrested in his apartment in the western city of Edmonton in January 2011.
The City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, will work to build an eco-friendly paper and glass recycling plant, in partnership with a private-industry recycling company.
The City of Edmonton and the Government of Alberta through the Alberta Energy Research Institute (AERI) are contributing $20 million to the facility.
He was called to the Alberta Bar in 1980 and began his career with the City of Edmonton legal department in 1981.
He points out that the ICC has already made a significant contribution to several initiatives including: a City of Edmonton office of diversity and inclusion, a strategy to attract more immigrants to Edmonton, an urban aboriginal accord, and the, Cornerstones affordable housing strategy.
The City of Edmonton has also named a park in her honor.
Looking for a new and better life, and wanting to leave behind the sorrow caused by the recent deaths of her husband and her mother, Angela's mother struck out in a bold new direction in the early 1970s, moving with Angela and her sister to the Canadian city of Edmonton, Alberta--a move of 6,500 miles and 32 degrees of latitude
Naming Edmonton From Ada To Zoie was compiled by the Historic Sites Committe of the Edmonton Historical Board and presents background information on over 1300 sites in the city of Edmonton, Alberta along with 300 photographs and detailed maps.
The City of Edmonton Community Services Department devised the NPDP in 1983 to 'guide, facilitate and support the creation of special places for neighbourhood play and wellness through the development of active partnerships with the community' (City of Edmonton Community Services 1999, 3).
The city of Edmonton won out in the Canadian Communities in Bloom contest for 2000 in the cities over 300,000 category.