Valleyview, Alberta City Profile

Valleyview is located at the cross roads of two major highways in Alberta.  Alberta highway 43 which runs Northwest/Southeast from basically Edmonton to the border of British Columbia West of Demmitt and Alberta highway 49 which runs from the town to essentially Dawson Creek, British Columbia.  In the late 1800’s this area was used for trade with […]

The Western Canada Aviation Museum

Located in a hanger of the James Richardson International Airport.  Features military jets, commercial aircraft, Canada’s first helicopter, the ‘flying saucer’ Avrocar, flight simulators, and a Black Brant Rocket built by Bristol Aerospace.  What is really cool is they will do birthday parties…which is something that would have been crazy for me to have experienced […]

Edmonton, Alberta City Profile

First thing you should know about this city is that it’s not only the second largest city in Alberta, but it’s also the Capital.  It’s only second in Alberta by less than 100,000 people though.  In fact I would say that Edmonton had more people in it up until the 1970’s which is when people […]

Brooks, Alberta City Profile

Canadian Mortgages Inc. named Brooks the sixth worst place to live in Canada.  Their reasoning? Healthcare for the most part.  Apparently the situation was so bad as to outweigh the great economy and thriving unemployment rate.  There are plenty of things to do here if you are passing through and the people are friendly enough! […]

Airdrie, Alberta City Profile

You might look at the picture we have submitted for Airdrie and think to yourself, “Why haven’t I seen or heard of this place before?”  Well, chances are you have heard of Calgary and Airdrie is the suburbs for Calgary.  You might think of it as a separate town considering its 20 miles from downtown […]