Post-conference activities

Following the forum we invite you to stay and experience some more of what Alberta has to offer. There is one organized post-forum tour available, taking you to experience the majesty of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains at Jasper.  Your choices include a day of skiing, or a day of hiking in the beautiful Maligne Canyon and shopping.  For full details, please open the pdf document: Post-forum Tour Information.

If you are able to stay longer, or this tour is not of interest to you, please take a look at the ‘On Your Own’ activities!

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In the City (Edmonton)

Edmonton, capital of the province of Alberta, sits on the North Saskatchewan River.  Its past is recreated at Fort Edmonton Park, a living history museum with an 1846 fort and streets from 1885, 1905, and 1920.  The city’s contemporary landmarks include the futuristic-looking Art Gallery of Alberta, known for its First Nations art, and the river valley park system.

Edmonton is home to the continent’s first, and biggest, Fringe theatre festival, and many other festivals; a shopping mall that includes an indoor waterpark, a pirate’s ship, and an ice skating rink; a wintertime ‘ice castle’ and ice slides; adventurous restaurants; and a people used to experimenting, inventing, and being self-sufficient.

Visit to see all that the city has to offer.

We recommend:

For adventure:

  • River Valley Adventure Co. – book a snowshoe tour, or winter segway ride
  • West Edmonton Mall – bungee jumping, ziplining, Tsunami surfing, Hurricane water ball; crystal labyrinth; mini-golf; galaxy quest; rollercoasters and more




  General Interest:

For shopping:

  • West Edmonton Mall
  • Whyte Avenue in Old Strathcona
  • Edmonton City Centre Mall
  • Southgate Centre, Kingsway Mall, South Edmonton Common, Mayfield Common and many more


Food – the many tastes of Edmonton:

  • food trucks
  • high end restaurants
  • Farmer’s Markets
  • locally produced specialties
  • craft wine and beer

For a list of upcoming events, visit Edmonton EventsExplore Edmonton, or Explore Downtown

More information available at the conference.

Other Attractions Around Alberta

Alberta is a very diverse province.  If you have the time to tour a little further afield, we would love to have you see more of the things we have to offer.

Alberta’s Provincial Historic Sites, Interpretive Centres and Museums

Parks & Communities of Interest:

More information: Travel Alberta