Comfort Inn West
17610 100th Ave.
Edmonton, AB T5S 1S9
Phone: (780) 484-4415
Fax: (780) 481-4034
17610 100th Ave., Edmonton, AB, CA, T5S 1S9
- Phone: (780) 484-4415
- Fax: (780) 481-4034
'Beulah', as the churches website would explain, is the Hebrew word for 'marriage'. So, true to this name, the Beulah Alliance Church wants to spread the love of God among people and get them to follow His word. The church holds regular services attended by their ever increasing patrons. Besides, they also have meetings to discuss the Bible and teachings therein, so that the people would gain an insight on it. The missionary of the place runs a Charity Center as well, which caters to community problems and spreads love among the children, youth and adults alike.
The Yellowhead Tribal College is an institution of education that focuses on providing educational services to the First Nations. Apart from imparting knowledge, this institute also helps its students in achieving their career goals.
Operating from the west end of the city, Downhill Riders Ski & Travel Co. Ltd cater for over 10,000 skiing clients a year. They are into organizing skiing trips, especially corporate conference skiing packages and advertising departure points from anywhere in Western Canada. Special weekend events are common and if you don't want a hosted bus trip, you can drive yourself. Check website for more details.
Royal Mayfair Golf Club is 'one of the leading golf courses' across the city of Edmonton. Lush green golf course complete with hazards, tests your golfing skills and perfection at the sport. The course is regularly maintained and upgraded to offer only the best of playing conditions to the golfers. Apart from this, it also hosts many tournaments and golfing events throughout the year. Royal Mayfair complex comprises of banquet halls and a lounge that are rented out for private and corporate functions. The skilled and friendly staff will gladly assist you in planning the event and impeccably executing it, making the event a complete success. For further details, check the website or call ahead.
This club is located southwest from Edmonton's downtown district and west of the Whitemud Drive Highway. If you want to keep fit, have fun and bring the kids, the Riverbend is worth a look. You will find squash, racquetball, handball, basketball, floor hockey, a fully equipped gym, a 20-metre swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, personal trainers, daily nursery services, licensed bar and cafe, and corporate meeting rooms. Exhausting or exhilarating, it is all up to you. Membership packages vary.
Originally part of Keillor farm, the Whitemud Equine Centre is on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River and is ideal for riding along the river valley park trails. It has been an established riding venue for a long time and events at the center include horse shows, Olympic trials, and birthday parties. The center has recreational riding, winter horse sleigh rides, and riding lessons on quiet horses with programs for local clubs and disabled riders. Check website or call for more details.
The Robertson-Wesley Church located in the western fringes of Edmonton is a fine place to visit if you want to know about the religious commitments of the people in the city of Edmonton. The management of the place, dedicated to creating a caring community for its people, runs several missionaries at the place. At Robertson-Wesley they also have regular prayer services. Attend one of these and you will experience divinity and feel calm and peace. If you want to know more, please visit their website or call them.
Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex (ETLC) is a modern educational building in Edmonton. Spread across six floors, it has nine classrooms and four laboratories that have modern and latest equipments. Located in the University of Alberta, it is always buzzing with engineering students. It also has a facilities like 'Food Court' and departmental offices.
Wild Rose Room, in the University of Alberta is a part of the Lister Centre (conference center) which conducts events and meetings on multitude of topics on a regular basis. Off late, the conference room was the host to the International Students meet. Check website for more details.
If you are seeking information about any of the university's many collections, the Museums and Collections Service is the place to come to first; it is a must for any serious researcher. Advice and training is available through several museum management programs loans of exhibits. Lectures and tours are organized, and the MASC (Museums and Collections Service) manages the university's collection of historic artifacts. Admission is free, but donations are gratefully received.
Aurora Room at the Lister Conference Centre at the University of Alberta is home a multitude of events from time to time. It is an eclectic meeting space that hosts several debate sessions, discussions, lectures, among other things on a regular basis. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
A renowned institute in the field of nanotechnology research, the National Institute for Nanotechnology (NINT) was founded in 2001. For more details, check website.