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Katz Group Centre, Atrium
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This is the second floor of the atrium in the Katz Group/Rexall Centre for Pharmacy and Health Research. The main floor of this space includes a Tim Hortons. This building is directly connected to the Medical Sciences Building and the Heritage Medical Research Centre. Through the pedway system on the University of Alberta North Campus, this building also links to the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy (ECHA), Education Centre, Education Centre Car Park, Li Ka Shing Centre for Health Research Innovation, Zeidler Ledor Centre, and various Alberta Health Services buildings including the University Hospital. Another pedway is currently under construction that will connect the Health Sciences/Jubilee LRT Station and the Edmonton Clinic to this complex of buildings.

The University of Alberta North Campus is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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