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Volleyball Canada National Championships

Volleyball Canada is returning to Edmonton in 2024 to host another Nationals tournament! The Edmonton Expo Centre will be hosting the 15U - 18U age groups from May 3-26.

Welcome to Edmonton.

From Flying Canoes and Folk Festivals to an eclectic arts and culture scene, Edmonton is a place that wants you to join in, not sit on the sidelines. Take your taste buds on a journey to one of the finest culinary scenes in the country, then experience the glory of the northern lights from our dark sky preserves. Here, you’ll find bison in your backyard and nightlife at your doorstep. With over 160 kms of river valley trails, it’s easy to get away from it all in the heart of the city!

Take a journey through the 29,000 square foot immersive journey through millennia of the First Nations and Métis peoples' histories, experiences and perspectives in the Beaver Hills (present-day Edmonton) area at Fort Edmonton Park's Indigenous Peoples Experience.

Set aside an afternoon to explore Elk Island Park Elk Island National Park and herds of roaming plains bison. Other attractions to check out in between matches include Jurassic Forest, The High Level Bridge Streetcar, Speeders Indoor Prokarts, The Snow Valley Aerial Park, The World Waterpark at West Edmonton Mall, and The Edmonton Valley Zoo.

There's an Itinerary for that

Looking to spend the day exploring outside? Or perhaps you're interested in uncovering the history of Amiskwaciy Washahikan (Edmonton), through our many Indigenous experiences. Is that your stomach talking? No problem, we have a two-day culinary scene menu to help curb your appetite!

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