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Author: Casey C.

Preparing for Spring Landscaping and Planting

The sun is shining. The birds are chirping. Spring is on the horizon, and it’s time to roll up your sleeves and start preparing your lawn for warmer weather. Here are just a few basic landscaping tips! Invest In Slow-Release Fertilizers Slow-release fertilizers are a godsend for the modern gardener. Not only will they keep your lawn consistently fertilized over a period of several weeks, they can also be applied before winter is even finished! As long as it isn’t snowing, you can put your fertilizer to work despite low temperatures and icy winds. Then your soil will be...

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Estate Community Expose: Langdale in Windermere

The Langdale community in Windermere offers residents the opportunity to live in an area that has a charming old-English feel while being close to all the necessary amenities you can find in the bustling southwest Edmonton area. Once you set foot in this neighbourhood, we think you’ll know that you’ve finally found the place to build your home. Learn more about how great life can be when you build in Langdale. Pleasant Walking Paths Abound With a home in Langdale, you won’t have to go far to take a nice stroll. In fact, the walking trails throughout the neighbourhood offer a...

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Pets of Edmonton Living Magazine: Nikita

Name: Nikita Age: 8 years young  Breed: Mini Australian Shepherd Bark, bark, bark, bark, bark! (repeat x a million)Translation: My name is Nikita (aka Kita, Keets and Keeter). Do I know you? Do you have treats? You do? Alright, maybe you can be my friend (don’t get too excited, I said maybe!). Naturally, you’re wondering why a gorgeous girl such as myself is being standoffish instead of soaking up your attention. The truth is, being incredibly good-looking is just plain exhausting. In fact, I find new social situations quite stressful – generally, it’s because my stunning features draw people in and...

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Ways to Spend a Long Weekend in Edmonton

One of the perks of living in Edmonton is there’s never a shortage of things to see and do! For us, there’s no need to get out of the city for a long weekend – you’ll find plenty to fill your days near home. This month, you could spend your Family Day long weekend in Edmonton… Having A River Valley Adventure You may know of River Valley Adventure Co. and their awesome Segway tours, but did you know you can ride even in the winter!? Test your balance with the Winter Segway Trekking tours. You’ll receive training from a certified Segway trainer...

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Exciting Edmonton Events for February!

Unlike other cities, Edmonton doesn’t bow to the snow. While some people might close their doors and huddle inside their homes when they feel February approaching, the Edmonton community is made of stronger stuff. Here are just five events that celebrate winter the Canadian way! Boardwalk Ice on Whyte Festival Date: February 1 – 4 Location: Whyte Avenue & Gateway Blvd Nothing says winter like a festival of ice. While the biggest draw of the Boardwalk Ice on Whyte Festival is its famous ice sculpting competition, there are plenty of other events and activities to enjoy. For example, you can make...

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