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Concordia College

Concordia College is the Lutheran college, located between 112th Avenue and Ada Boulevard next to Wayne Gretsky Drive. Concordia College

Cairn - Little; detail of top

Susan Little was the wife of John Little - owner of the Little Brickyards on the north shore of the North Saskatchewan River. The cairn is made from his bricks and located in the Edmonton Cemetery.

Cairn - Little

Susan Little was the wife of John Little - owner of the Little Brickyards on the north shore of the North Saskatchewan River. The cairn is made from his bricks and located in the Edmonton Cemetery.

gravestone - Lessard

Lessard was a local Francophone businessman. This stone is located in the St. Johachim's Cemetery. Lessard

gravestone, Isabel and John Lymburn

John Lymburn was a lawyer and former Attorney General of the Province (Liberal). This stone is located in the Edmonton Cemetery. Lymburn, John and Isabel

gravestone of Matt McCauley

Matt McCauley was Edmonton's first mayor and also served in the provincial legislature. This stone is located in the Edmonton Cemetery. McCauley, Matthew

CN Tower

The CN tower was built over top of the Canadian National Railway station in downtown Edmonton along 104th Avenue and 99th Street. This view is from the side CN Tower

City Hall

Edmonton's City Hall (1957) is located at #1 Sir Winston Churchill Square. This building was replaced in 1988. City Hall

Edmonton's cenotaph

This memorial was originally located south of the Edmonton Journal Building on 100th Avenue and 101 Street, however it was moved to the front of City Hall on Sir Winston Churchill Square in the 1970s. Built in 1933 it was officially unveiled in 1936.

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