age group: Mill Woods is highly ethnic, and so is north of Yellowhead Trail Castle Downs and other places, said urban planner and University of Alberta professor Sandeep Agrawal.U of A sociologist Rob Shields said a recent census shows the north side is a mixture of new Canadians and couples with children, according to Toronto Star. Article Continued Below Have your say The survey shows little connection between marijuana use and income in Edmonton. That age group indulges fairly consistently throughout the Edmonton region, but less so in Mill Woods and in communities north of 137 Avenue. While use is higher than average in lower-income neighbourhoods around 118 Avenue, it's also high in affluent Sherwood Park, as well as the university area and east side communities like Capilano. The data paints a wide-ranging portrait of Canada's marijuana scene three months before recreational use becomes legal across the country on Oct. 17. To me, that's interesting the relatively even quality of this, Shields said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.