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Bust - Lucien Dubuc

This bust is located on the Heritage Walk between 117th and 120th Streets on the north side of the river in the Oliver neighbourhood. Lucien Dubuc

Bust of Abraham Cristall

This bust is located on the Heritage Trail, 100 Avenue between 117 and 120 Street in the Oliver neighbourhood. Abraham Cristall was the first Jew to settle in Edmonton and was a familiar member of the business community and a founder of the Jewish commun

Bust of Abraham Cristall - detail

This bust is located on the Heritage Trail, 100 Avenue between 117 and 120 Street in the Oliver neighbourhood. Cristall, Abraham

Bust of Maude Bowman

This memorial to Maude Bowman is found along the Heritage Walk portion located on 100th Avenue between 117th and 120th Streets, in the Oliver neighbourhood. Bowman

Bust of Nellie McClung

This bust is located on the Heritage Trail, 100 Avenue between 117 and 120 Street in the Oliver neighbourhood. Nellie McClung was a prominent social reformer in Alberta and Canada, a member of the Famous Five and a local community activist.

CN Tower

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

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

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.

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.

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