10180 – 101 St., Suite 3400
Edmonton, AB T5J 3S4
Mon-Fri 7am – 7pm MST
Sat 11am – 5pm MSTFree Consultation
Pardon Services Canada’s Edmonton office is in Manulife Place, a high rise office building and shopping centre centrally located and easily accessible. Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, serving as the northern anchor of the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor and a staging point for large-scale oil sands projects in northern Alberta and diamond mining operations in the Northwest Territories.
Like many places in North America, Edmonton had been inhabited for thousands of years by indigenous groups. First permanently settlement by Europeans is known to have started around 1795 when Fort Edmonton was officially founded around present day Fort Saskatchewan. In the early 19th century, the fort was moved to near the current Alberta legislature site. In 1894, settlement began outside the fort and the Town of Edmonton was established.
Edmonton is known as Canada’s Festival City for its vibrant and diverse arts and cultural community. Over thirty annual festivals are held year round, performing arts venues come in a variety of onstage and on film modes, and tours provide an easy, convenient way to take in all that Edmonton has to offer.
Alberta residents of Edmonton as well as nearby cities such as St. Albert, Camrose, Fort Saskathchewan, Leduc, Lloydminster, Fort McMurray, Innisfail, and Jasper are served by Pardon Services Canada’s Edmonton office.
Residents of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories (NWT) as well as Baker Lake, Rankin Inlet, Repulse Bay, and Scarbourgh in Nunavut are also served by Pardon Services Canada.
Several border crossings along the International Boundary between Canada and the United States provide travel to and from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.