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Le Carrefour
Canada

Here inside La Cité Francophone is Le Carrefour, the University of Alberta's Bookstore en français. The bookstore is located on the north end of top floor of this building. The address of this building is 8627-91e Street Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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