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The coming of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) to southern Alberta in 1885 helped the Edmonton economy, and the 1891 building of the Calgary and Edmonton (C&E) Railway resulted in the emergence of a railway townsite (South Edmonton/Strathcona) on the river's south side, across from Edmonton. The Edmonton area's fertile soil and cheap land attracted settlers, further establishing Edmonton as a major regional commercial and agricultural centre.

The arrival of the CPR and the C&E Railway helped bring settlers and entrepreneurs from eastern Canada, Europe, U. Some people participating in the Klondike Gold Rush passed through South Edmonton/Strathcona in 1897.

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The agreement includes the Plains and Woods Cree, Assiniboine, and other band governments of First Nations at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River.

The area covered by the treaty represents most of the central area of the current provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta.

The North Saskatchewan River originates at the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park and bisects the city.

Before the construction of two reservoirs near the mountains, it would sometimes flood Edmonton's river valley, most notably in the North Saskatchewan River flood of 1915.

Spring and autumn are both short and highly variable.

Edmonton's growing season is from May 9 to September 22; The summer of 2006 was a particularly warm one for Edmonton, as temperatures reached 29 °C (84 °F) or higher more than 20 times during the year, from as early as mid-May and again in early September.

Annually, temperatures can exceed 30 °C (86 °F) for an average of four to five days anytime from late April to mid-September and fall below −20 °C (−4 °F) for an average of 24.6 days.

The highest temperature recorded within the City of Edmonton was 37.2 °C (99.0 °F), on June 29, 1937.

Typically, summer lasts from late June until early September, and the humidity is seldom uncomfortably high.

Winter lasts from November to March, and varies greatly in length and severity.

is the capital city of the Canadian province of Alberta.

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