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1978
   Commonwealth Games host was   
Edmonton
N9
    is the postcode for    
Lower Edmonton
N18
    is the postcode for    
Upper Edmonton
Edmonton
   is the capital of   
Alberta
Edmonton
   has an N.H.L. team called the   
Oilers
W. Northwest Division
Edmonton
   is situated in   
Alberta
Archdiocese
West Edmonton Mall
   is situated in   
Canada
Edmonton, Alberta
Parker's End
   is found at   
Edmonton
Brockenridge Bend
   is found at   
Edmonton
Meldau Corner
   is found at   
Edmonton
Green Bank
   is found at   
Edmonton
Taylor Turn
   is found at   
Edmonton
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1954
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 26-25 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 27,1954. future NY Giants fullback and future NFL coach Alex Webster played for Montreal. Sam "The Rifle" Etcheverry from the University of Denver led Montreal. Jackie Parker set the Grey Cup record by returning a fumble 90 yards for a touchdown for Edmonton. Johnny “Red” O’Quinn set a Grey Cup pass receiving record of 13 pass receptions for 316 yards in a losing cause for the Alouettes.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1955
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 34-19 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 26, 1955. Montreal Alouettes quarterback Sam Etcheverry set a Grey Cup record with 508 passing yards.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1956
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 50-27 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 24, 1956. Edmonton rushed for 456 yds and when combined with Montreal's 191 rushing yards the teams set a Grey Cup record of 647 yards rushing. This was the first Grey Cup where each touchdown was worth 6 points.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1975
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 9-8 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta on November 23, 1975. It was the only Grey Cup where one player from each team (Don Sweet for Montreal and Dave Cutler for Edmonton) was responsible for all the points for that team. game was played with temperature at -15 C or 5 F.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1978
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 20-13 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 26, 1978. the first of the Eskimos' record five consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1979
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 17-9 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 27, 1979. the second of Edmonton's 5 consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1980
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 48-10 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 23, 1980. second largest winning margin in Grey Cup history. the third of Edmonton's 5 consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1981
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Ottawa Rough Riders 26-23 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 22, 1981. future US Congressman J.C. Watts quarterbacked the Ottawa team and was awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy in the game. underdog Ottawa with a 5-11 season record nearly upset the 14-1-1 Eskimos. the fourth of Edmonton's 5 consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1982
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Toronto Argonauts 32-15 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1982. nicknamed the "Rain Bowl" because of poor weather conditions including freezing rain. Warren Moon future NFL quarterback won the Most Valuable Player Trophy for Edmonton. the fifth of Edmonton's 5 consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1987
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Toronto Argonauts 38-36 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 29, 1987
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1993
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 33-23 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta on November 28, 1993. Sean Fleming kicked a record tying 6 field goals for Edmonton.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
2003
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 34-22 at Taylor Field in Regina, Saskatchewan November 16, 2003
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
2005
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 38-35 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 27, 2005. This was the first Grey Cup to be broadcast in high-definition television. This was the first Grey Cup in 44 years to go into overtime.
1990
   the winner was the   
Edmonton Oilers
1988
   the winner was the   
Edmonton Oilers
1987
   the winner was the   
Edmonton Oilers
1985
   the winner was the   
Edmonton Oilers
1984
   the winner was the   
Edmonton Oilers
Francis Winspear Centre for Music
   is in   
Edmonton
1997
Edmonton Oilers
   has the head coach   
Todd McLellan
2015
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
2015
Defeated Ottawa Redblacks 26-20
The City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
   has this flag:   

Edmonton, Alberta
   is at   
53°34'N 113°31'W
Canada
Edmonton, Canada
   has this flag:   







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