Edgeworth Centre, Hockey Rink
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Edgeworth Centre, Hockey Rink

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This is EnCana Arena in the Edgeworth Centre in Camrose, Alberta, Canada. This facility is used both by the Kodiaks and by the Augustana Campus Vikings (University of Alberta). In this building, to the west, there is another smaller hockey rink. The Edgeworth Centre also contains a Fitness Centre, Curling Rink, and Swimming Pool.

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D: Classroom Building, Classroom

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F: Outside the First Year Complex

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