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Keep Food from Spilling While Driving It Around During the Holidays

If you are going to be driving around with food in your car during the holiday season, make sure that you know how to keep that food from spilling where it is not supposed to be. As you go about Edmonton with your food, make sure that it stays in the dish that you have placed it in.
  • Keep food where it should be by placing it in a dish with a lid that stays in place. Do not fill the dish too full.
  • Put the dish into a box of some kind and buckle that dish in your vehicle…
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Is Salt Your Only Option? How to Keep From Getting Stuck on the Ice

The arrival of snow in Edmonton means roadway salt isn’t far behind. We here at Alberta Honda understand that the salt used on roads, rock salt, can be a nuisance. It’s great for melting icy roads, but if you’re not careful, it can cause corrosion and rust on your vehicle. Salt can also damage your landscaping or hurt an animal’s paws when spread.

Not everyone wants to deal with the downsides of using salt, but is it your only option? The short answer is no; you can also use kitty litter or sand. However, each has…
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Spotlight on the HondaLink

 
Honda creates vehicles that you can depend on. We have developed a diverse vehicle roster that all adhere to the idea of reliability. The Honda reputation is built on the fact that our vehicles come with technology that makes your drive safer and easier.
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Back to School Sale at Alberta Honda

It’s been a big summer. The weather had been great. Heritage Days had its biggest turn out in years. Alberta Honda started construction on their renovations. But as August comes to a head and the little kiddies head back to school, Summer is finally officially winding down. Soon Labour Day long weekend will be upon, and before you know it, the leaves will turn brown, and we’ll all be on our couches watching…

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3 Things to do This Long Weekend in Edmonton

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November 11th is an important day for Canadians. It`s a day we use specifically to honor our veterans and those who have fought for our freedoms, freedoms that we often take for granted today. This kind of freedom wasn`t always so easy and it`s taken a century of fighting to get where we are. Remembrance Day is a day we take to reflect and honor it. Which is why it`s a national holiday and has been for nearly a hundred years. This year`s Remembrance Day happens to fall on a Friday, which means that…

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2017 Honda Civic Type-R

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?The newest integration of the Civic Type-R just dropped in Paris today at the 2016 Paris Auto show. It`s a drastic change in the looks department, the new Type-R is athletic and sleek in its design. The Type-R series is a bolstered, performance driven version of the Civic model.  A hatchback in build, it`s a performance vehicle that offers track-ready power and precision. It`s a radical shift in how the Civic of years past operates, but it`s something to look forward to for car enthusiast and Honda fans alike.

 

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Top 3 Honda Vehicles For College Students

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Top 3 Honda Vehicles for College Students
 
The whole back to school thing is a rough time for everyone involved. Students can no longer sleep in for as long as they want, or stay up all night on their phones or playing video games, or reading Wikipedia or whatever it is kids do during summer vacation these days. It’s back to the daily grind for them, back to early mornings and late nights studying…
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Top 5 automotive podcasts to listen to on your drive to work

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But for those of you like me who prefer the sound of people on your driver’s here are the top 5 automotive podcasts to listen to on your drive to work

Thankfully, we live in a world that is unrestrained, a world of freedom, and a world of choice. I’m of course talking solely about our choices of audio content we listen to on in our daily lives. Sure the radio is fine, Crash & Mars from 102.3 Now radio are hilarious, but it’s only a small portion of what your options are. The inclusion of the…

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June’s Spotlight

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June was quite the month. It’s the start of the summer season, and we’ve been getting pretty lucky with weather, though I’m about ready for those mosquitoes to just go away, please… A lot happened this past month, so if you’ve just woken up from a long, Rumpelstiltskin like sleep, or maybe you’ve been in a coma or…

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Top places in YEG to watch fireworks

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It’s everyone’s favorite time of the year. It’s the time of bathing suits, and sunburns, and more importantly barbecuing. If you’re not excited to be stuffing your face with hot dogs and hamburgers then, well… you probably don’t eat meat. And if that’s the case, then you’ll be celebrating Canada’s favorite holiday with a salad (and that’s okay!).

So with that, here are the top places to see the fireworks this Canada Day.

  • #1 – The Ledge!
  • #2 – A walk in the park
  • #3 – Government House Park
  • #4 – Take me out!
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