October 2013

Found 5 blog entries for October 2013.

Moving to a new city doesn't always go so smoothly. There's so much to think about and one of the most common questions is, should you buy a new home or sell your old home first?

The problem is there isn't just one answer to this question. Your situation dictates the right answer and it really depends on your requirements. It all starts with your reason for moving.

Empty Nest, Time to Downgrade

If the kids have all moved out and you no longer need such a large home, it may be a good idea to consider selling your home first. You can easily rent an apartment or condominium while shopping for your new home in this type of situation.

Moving for a Job

Moving from one city to another can be very difficult. Sometimes your company will pick up part of

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With so much going on throughout each month, it's necessary to weigh your event attending options. You can't possibly do everything. Here are the top events to consider for November.

Elizabeth's Antique & Collectible Sale

This ale will be held on Friday, November 1st and 2nd from 2pm to 8pm. With over 140 tables of unique items, this will be one of the largest antique and collectible sales in the area. You can find all types of items at the Alberta Aviation Museum and admission is only $5.

Canadian Finals Rodeo

From November 6th to the 10t, the Canadian Finals Rodeo will be at the Rexall Place. This is one of the biggest events of the year and will provide plenty of fun for everybody. Many ticket options are available, depending on how many days

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Found in the northwestern part of Edmonton, the Palisades is a large residential community with six planned neighbourhoods. The design of the Palisades Area Structure Plan were established and development started back in the 1980s. This may not be the newest area, but it's one of the most popular.

Most of the construction in the Palisades happened in the 1990s. Before then, the area only consisted of one neighbourhood, Oxford. Currently, the area is defined by 127 Street to the east, the Canadian National Railway line to the west, 137 Avenue to the south and Anthony Henday Drive to the north. Two main roads run through the community, 153 Avenue and 167 Avenue.

The Palisades includes six neighbourhoods, which are:

  • Carlton
  • Cumberland
  • Hudson
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The Mayfield Dinner Theatre is the perfect way to enjoy a night out with that special someone. Dinner and a show will provide plenty of delicious food and entertainment for your special night. Whether you're celebrating something or you just need a fun date night, the theatre is a great way to go. Here's what you can expect.


At the theatre, online the freshest ingredients are used. Dinner is a fine dining buffet with two carving stations including Prime Rib and Yorkshire Pudding. Live-action cooking stations make the buffet one of the best you will ever experience. Gourmet salads, along with the option to create your own provide a health option, while the seafood selection includes salmon, shrimp, sushi and more.

Hot entrees are also featured

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Many Edmontonians love the suburbs, but with the benefits of the City Centre, it may be necessary to consider the downtown area, as well. When moving to a new city, it's important to look at many factors and sometimes you have to figure out what is best for you.

The problem many face, when trying to make this decision, the suburbs are better for some reasons, but commuting downtown is a struggle. This is an issue for some, but living downtown doesn't work for them.

This is where the developers come in and many have created suburbs with a pedestrian friendly feel throughout the Edmonton area. Whether you want to live in a suburb or in a neighbourhood near the Edmonton City Center, you can still get the same benefits. No longer are homes just set up in

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