1. Canadian Tire Magic of Lights: This is a “drive-through” experience from the comfort of your own car at Castrol Raceway with two kilometers of festive and vibrant LED-lighted displays. From November 19, 2021 until January 8, 2022.
  2. Downtown Holiday Light Up: Check out the different outdoor light installations designed by local artists across different downtown locations.
  3. Zoominescence: A spectacular exhibition of artistic light installations within the unique setting of the Edmonton Valley Zoo.

New property listed in Rural Sturgeon County, Rural Sturgeon County
I have listed a new property at 55113 RGE RD 274 in Rural Sturgeon County.
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!! Long term owner finally offers this beautiful property to the market. Hidden in the 50' spruce trees is a spacious 1362 square feet BUNGALOW with a beautiful sunny west view of the property. This solid custom built home is perfect for a growing family looking to update to their standards. Primary bedroom with walk in closet, 2 additional bedrooms, a full bathroom and a half bathroom. Basement has a spacious Living Room, 2 bedrooms and ample storage. Newer furnace and hot water tank. TRIPLE DETACHED HEATED GARAGE is 38 feet wide x 28 feet deep with a 100 amp service, built in cabinets, 3 garage doors, 2 man doors. Privacy Galore! Various OUTBUILDINGS and wired pens to accommodate Chickens, turkeys and or small animals. Farmable land has class 2, 3 & 4 soils. Agricultural zoning. Wildlife at your doorstep!! The possibilities are endless!!! Close to major highways, 3 minutes to Calahoo, 20 minutes to Stony Plain, 25 minutes to Spruce Grove & just under 30 minutes to Edmonton.

Heritage Valley is a neighbourhood in the southwest of Edmonton that was established in 2001 through Edmonton City Council's adoption of the Heritage Valley Servicing Concept Design Brief. The design brief included planning for 15 separate areas within the neighbourhood, as well as a transit centre.

The theme of is "Edmontonians of the Century" invoking a sense of the modern city-dweller.


Getting the keys to your new home is an exciting moment – but the work isn’t over yet. There are still some important next steps to take after purchasing your property which include:

1. Set Up Your New Address Everywhere: A lot of people and organizations will need your new address to keep in contact and make sure you receive important mail. Include your bank, car insurance, HR department at your job, driver’s license, tax agencies, any utilities from your previous residence, online shopping sites, subscriptions and clubs, and your personal networks. Don’t forget to set up mail forwarding to make sure you don’t miss anything during the transition period.

2. Insurance: If you followed step one, you’ve already updated the address for your car insurance policy – and this may impact your premiums which can be based on postal code, distance to your work place, and where you park the car, among other factors. You will also need to set up homeowner’s insurance to make sure your big purchase is protected.

3. Schedule Movers: Don’t move on the same day as your possession date, it can be a recipe for disaster. You don’t want to schedule anything that you need to pay for, like a moving service, only to find out that you don’t actually have the keys until hours after your movers showed up. Give yourself a grace period before hauling heavy furniture.

4. Legal documents: Make sure your lawyer reviews all final documents. Get a safe place to store all these documents – including copies of your mortgage, titles, deeds, insurance and will – like a fireproof box.

5. Getting To Know Your New Home: Make sure you know where all the important things are before it’s need such as the main water shut-off valve, the circuit box, the gas shut-off valve, and the security system.

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