Gross. Please don't do this. Lighting it up for holidays and community events would be cool (as long as it isn't so bright and obnoxious that it annoys everyone living in the neighbouring buildings), but advertising? Please no.
Welp, this is probably the furthest #Edmonton can get from winning:
Not only did we not make it to the Gray Cup, but Calgary did (and won).
Not only did Calgary win, but the Gray Cup game was hosted in Edmonton.
I don't feel too strongly about it (it's a casual rivalry. Calgary is cool), I just thought it was funny enough to mention.
Congratulations, @msh 👍 🐎
You mean there's a difference between what the affluent readers of a lifestyle magazine think is desirable compared to what the broader population wants? Shocking!
I just put the Christmas tree out to the curb and was happy to see it go.
Though it was beautiful to the end and gave one last blast of pine sent while clinging to the door frames as I dragged it out like a bouncer tossing out that guy who had too many cups of holiday cheer.
In Edmonton the trees are collected, mulched and composted.