Nestled in the North Saskatchewan River Valley, the Alfred H. Savage Centre offers a quiet getaway surrounded by plenty of walking trails. The centre is built to LEED Silver Standards (Leadership in Energy and Environment Design) and uses geothermal heating, water reduction methods, and reflective roofing methods. Who is Alfred Savage you may be asking? He was Commissioner of Public Affairs for the City of Edmonton between 1974 and 1981 and was the driving force behind City facilities such as the Muttart Conservatory.

Room Name Seated Capacity Standing Capacity A/V
Aspen Room 109 Banquet 175 Reception Projector screen, TV monitor, Speakers, Wireless microphone