River Valley

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Newspaper clippings with the headline "River Valley Use Disputed"
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A moment in history: April 13, 1963

On this day 59 years ago, a showdown was brewing within the city government over the fate of the river valley, culminating in a big fight over a plan to build half a dozen freeways through the middle of the city.

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A snowy, tree-lined path in the river valley
News

Edmonton to move forward with exploring a potential national urban park

The Edmonton region's river valley could gain official status as a national urban park if a newly signed statement of collaboration between the city and Parks Canada to explore the possibility develops into a full-fledged partnership.

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A photo of the North Saskatchewan river.
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Parks Canada to consider Edmonton-area river valley for national urban park network

Canada's largest urban park is in the running to gain official status as a national urban park, which proponents say would help protect local ecology and bring tourism to the region.

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River Valley Adventure Co. patio
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Edmonton riverfront patio is now licensed

River Valley Adventure Co. now offers Edmontonians a place to enjoy alcoholic beverages in the river valley after acquiring a liquor license for its patio.

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Map showing approximate locations of trail sections that are closed or cautioned against using in the Edmonton river valley.
News

Which local trails are open? An overview of closures ahead of the long weekend

According to City of Edmonton data, 28 sections of trail in the North Saskatchewan River valley, Mill Creek Ravine, and Whitemud Creek are closed, and the city is cautioning against using three others.

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Photo of the day
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Photo of the day

Busra Yildirim captured this shot of the majestic Walterdale Bridge a few weeks ago.

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Photo of the day
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Photo of the day

Edmonton's river valley is stunning in the winter, and this photo from Nicholas Olu-Jordan captures it perfectly. How are you getting out to explore as winter sets in?

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