Gateway to the North. For the moment, the international travel community doesn’t know much about Edmonton. After all, old reviews and guidebooks have often glossed over this city in favor of other Canadian metropolises. But that’s rapidly changing. All of a sudden, Edmonton is making waves that few outsiders would have expected, even 10 years ago.
Today, more and more people are discovering the Edmonton that the world should really get to know. It’s a place where creatives find ample inspiration and support each other wholeheartedly. It’s a city where chefs are constantly experimenting and making feasts of hyperlocal food products. It’s a gateway to the great outdoors, where nature lovers can enjoy every season and every weather pattern. And it’s a destination that will pleasantly surprise every first-time visitor, no matter how short or long their stay.
So, whatever you do, keep an eye on Edmonton. This little city is going to make it big.
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Ahmed “Knowmadic” Ali is a community organizer, public speaker, youth worker, Somali refugee, and full-time father who has dedicated his time to enabling and empowering