Forbes is out with its new valuations of NHL franchises, and places the Edmonton Oilers at $400 million U.S. That is a 78 per cent increase in just one year, the fifth highest rise in franchise value in the NHL this past season.
Wait, what?! The Oilers are more valuable now than they were last year? Maybe they should take the standings into consideration.
Edmonton’s first seasonal parking ban of the winter season resulted in 1272 tickets being issued by Bylaw Enforcement Officers, about 200 fewer than were issued during the last two-day parking ban in March.
The ETS Live® Bus Finder allows customers to find their bus in real-time for Smart Bus routes 111 and 128, and look up scheduled information and maps for all other routes. This new web tool uses a Google Map as the base with ETS routes and stops displayed.
With a database of more than 300 vendors, On the Spot Pop Up has outgrown the cozy confines of the Mercer Collective. Now, Loewen is looking to branch out. For example, a “Maker’s Faire” is planned for February 2014 and will take over the entire Boyle Street Plaza in downtown Edmonton.
Former Edmonton mayor Stephen Mandel was awarded a Distinguished Citizen Honourary Bachelor of Arts degree by MacEwan University on Tuesday for his commitment to community engagement, post-secondary education and the school’s downtown development.
A delegation of Edmonton business and community leaders is in Ottawa November 19 - 21 to strengthen relationships with federal government leaders and raise awareness about investment and entrepreneurial opportunities in Edmonton. In addition to highlighting Edmonton’s growing potential to contribute to the success of our national economy, the delegation will also emphasize opportunities in Alberta’s and Canada’s North, especially market access, as well as the importance of tourism in Edmonton.