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Graduate Residence, Two-Bedroom
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This is an example two bedroom apartment in the new furnished walkup Graduate Students' Residences. These are located in the beautiful East Campus community on the eastern edge of campus. A few minutes walking in any other direction leads to some of Edmonton’s most lively dining, shopping, and cultural areas. Events, programs and services cater to graduate student personal and academic support and community development.

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Uploaded: 26/11/2012
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