north america's northernmost metropolis

Welcome to Edmonton. We throw axes for fun, barbecue in blizzards, run with dinosaurs and camp with bison. Edmontonians have never been afraid to do things a little differently. Normal is for the other guys.


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WHERE TO STAY

CHATEAU LACOMBE (Official FISE hotel)

Rate : $109 - includes self-parking

10111 Bellamy Hill Rd NW, Edmonton, T5J 1N7

Phone: 780-428-6611

Toll Free : 1-800-661-8801

For special event rate, use code: 20180712FIS  

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DAYS INN DOWNTOWN

10041 106 St NW, Edmonton, T5J 1G3

Phone: 1-780-423-1925

For special event rate use code: FISE2018Edm  (Until June 25, 2018. )

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HYATT PLACE EDMONTON DOWNTOWN

9576 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, T5H 4H7

Phone: 1-587-525-1234 

For special event rate use code: G-FISE  (Until June 22, 2018)

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MACEWAN UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE

11050 - 104 Avenue, Edmonton, T5K 2Y9

Phone: 1-780-633-3623  or  1-780-633-8000

View special event rates here

FISE WORLD SERIES form to be completed (download here)

TRANSPORTATION

AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION

Route 747 - Bus service to and from the airport to Century Park Transit Centre (South Edmonton). Runs 7 days a week. 

Skyshuttle - Direct shuttle into the center of the city.

Taxis - Edmonton offers a multitude of cab companies.

Car Rentals - Rent a car from the Edmonton International Airport

WHEN YOU'RE IN THE CITY

Edmonton Transit provides extensive bus and light rail transit (LRT) services. Single tickets, books of 10 and day passes are available

PEDAL OR SKATE. Having the largest urban parkland in North America (that's 22 times the size of New York's Central Park) means we have trails-a-plenty and an extensive urban bike network