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Grant Notley Park and gazebo

This park, named for the first New Democrat member of the Legislature, Grant Notley, is located at the top of the Victoria Park Drive and 116th Street. It marks the beginning of the Heritage Trail, west into the Oliver neighbourhood.

Statue - "Dedication"

The sculpture was comissioned and donated by the German Canadian Association of Alberta. The statue is located on the grounds of the Provincial Museum of Alberta. "Dedication"

The Convergence

This sculpture, complete with running water in the western-most element, is located at the eastern end of the Heritage Trail along 100th Avenue between 116 and 117th Street.

"The Migrants"

This piece of metalic sculpture representing Canada Geese was located in front of the former city hall on the north side of Sir Winston Churchill Square. It is now located at the west side of the new city hall on 100th Street. It is also known as "the spaghetti tree".

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