pavilions dot: The Edmonton Heritage Festival runs until 8 p.m. on Monday in Hawrelak Park, according to Toronto Star. The 2018 iteration of the festival features the largest number of pavilions yet 72 in total, representing cultural performances and food from 100 countries. Stretching into the distance, dozens of pavilions dot the park landscape, all in preparation for one of the most popular summer festivals in the city the Edmonton Heritage Festival, taking place from Saturday to Monday. Putting together a festival that draws more than 430,000 visitors is no easy feat. Preparations for raising the tents begins a month before the August long weekend festival. Cultural groups need to apply for pavilions months in advance and meet strict health and safety requirements to serve food. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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