No cabin fever in Edmonton. The mild weather brings people outdoors
Posted: Feb 01, 2016 4:29 AM MT
People are taking advantage of the balmy weather. People are skating, Whyte Avenue is busy and buskers like Folksy Mama and the Suitcase String Band are performing on the street.
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