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Aga Khan Park at the Univeristy of Alberta Botanic Garden Edmonton

Aga Khan Park at the Univeristy of Alberta Botanic Garden Edmonton

Aga Khan Park at the Univeristy of Alberta Botanic Garden Edmonton 2018-10-16

Source: 
akdn.org

New pavilion to be added to the Aga Khan Garden 2018-10-15

Aga Khan Park
Source: 
www.thegatewayonline.ca

The University of Alberta is hoping to raise $4 million in order to build a new pavilion at the Aga Khan Garden.
On September 27, plans for the Aga Khan Garden Pavilion were outlined in a presentation at the General Faculties Council Facilities Development Committee. The pavilion will be a two-floor, 600 square metre, multipurpose gathering space that will support the University of Alberta Botanic Garden’s (UABG) activities. A completion date for the pavilion has not been set.

$25-million Aga Khan garden construction half finished

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Source: 
edmontonsun.com

Construction of a multimillion-dollar, Islamic-inspired garden at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden has officially reached the halfway point. Reporter Juris Graney toured the site Wednesday to get a feel for the project that’s being funded by a $25-million donation from the Aga Khan, the hereditary imam or spiritual leader of the Shia Ismaili Muslims.
 
From the beginning
 
Initial design work on the Aga Khan Garden began six years ago, followed by early stages of construction starting on the grounds of the former Devonian Botanic Gardens in the summer of 2016.
 

Aga Khan gift creates spectacular new garden for research and learning 2017-04-07

Concept illustration of the new Aga Khan Garden at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden. The new feature garden is scheduled

The garden honours the partnership between the University of Alberta and the Aga Khan University

April 7, 2017

A spectacular new garden will bloom in 2018 at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden, located 15 minutes southwest of Edmonton.


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