at 10025 102A Avenue NW, Edmonton, T5J 2Z2 Canada
The perfect place to meet and shop with a trendy downtown buzz make Edmonton City Centre the city's premier urban shopping destination.
Edmonton City Centre is your downtown destination of choice for shopping, dining and enjoying Edmonton's urban centre. Convenient underground parking, a wide selection of stores and a trendy downtown buzz make Edmonton City Centre the ideal location for commercial and retail tenants. Owned and operated by the Oxford Properties Group, Edmonton City Centre is Edmonton's premier urban shopping centre.
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Congratulation to Jamie Dunlop who is the winner of our Snake Bitten Facebook Fashion post. Please PM us to make arrangement to pick up your $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card. Watch for our next Facebook Fashion post shortly.
Congratulation to Jessi Grey- Partridge who is the winner of our Arm Candy Facebook Fashion post. Please PM us to make arrangement to pick up your $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card. Watch for our next Facebook Fashion post shortly.
Add a little sweetness into your winter wardrobe with some fab arm candy. Comment, like or share our Arm Candy fashion post for your chance to win a $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card. This sweet offers ends Thursday, November 27, 2014 at noon.
Congratulations to our winner, Jasbir S who "liked" our Coat Check trend. Please PM us to make arrangements to pick up your $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card. Our next trend will be posted shortly.
Brrrrrr it's cold outside. Check out some of the outerwear you'll find at our retailers and let us know which is your favorite. Comment, like or share our Coat Check post for a chance to win a $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card. Our contest closes Monday, November 24, 2014 at noon.
We are tickled pink to announce Linhy T as the winner of our Pink Lady $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card. Please PM us to make arrangements to pick up your card and start shopping.
Tell us if you are in the mood for pink this winter by commenting, liking or sharing our Pink Lady fashion post for a chance to win a $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card. Our contest closes Thursday, November 20, 2014.
Congratulations to our winner, Glenda Orr, who "liked" our Sweater Girl trend. Please PM us to make arrangements to pick up your $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card. Our next trend will be posted shortly.
Statement from General Manager of Edmonton City Centre: On behalf of Edmonton City Centre, I want to apologize to Gary Moostoos for the unacceptable treatment he received at our mall on Monday October 27. We have been attempting to reach Mr. Moostoos in order to apologize to him in person. We are respecting his request for privacy as he reflects on the unacceptable treatment he received from our security staff. It is my hope that in the future he affords me the privilege of apologizing to him in person. When made aware of the incident, we reviewed our security video, plus the video that Mr. Moostoos shared with media. We have interviewed staff involved and as a result, we are making changes immediately. All of our front line staff have been briefed on the incident and we have made it clear that what happened on Monday is completely unacceptable and that we must treat all members of the public with respect. We will immediately require all staff, including mall management, to undergo cultural sensitivity training in order to ensure any forms of discrimination are eliminated. We have been in contact with the office of Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson, who offered to share the City’s reconciliation workplace learning program materials through its Aboriginal Relations Office. We will gratefully accept this offer, and will work with them to implement this as quickly as possible. It is our goal that Edmonton City Centre be a safe and welcoming place. Clearly we failed to deliver on this goal on Monday with the unacceptable treatment of Mr. Moostoos and for that we are truly sorry. Olympia Trencevski General Manager, Edmonton City Centre
Thank you all for sharing your concerns with us. In response to an incident that occurred on October 27, 2014, the management of Edmonton City Centre is committing to review the interaction between our security team and an individual who was subsequently banned from the property. Management will be conducting an investigation that will include reviewing the engagement by security, the policies we have in place and the training we provide. We will also be reaching out to the individual to request a meeting as part of this review. Our top priority is to ensure that Edmonton City Centre is a safe and positive environment for customers to visit and shop.
A big congrats to Kaitlyn Y. for winning a $100 Edmonton City Centre gift card for commenting on 'Red Hot'!
We hope everyone is enjoyng their long weekend! We're open from noon to 5pm today. Stop by!