Athabasca Hall

University of Alberta Campus (approx 91 Ave & 114 St), Edmonton

To commemorate the University’s only pre-World War I structures and their use then as administrative classroom and allied facilities before becoming two men’s residences: Athabasca, built 1911; Assiniboia (1912) and, fairest of all, Pembina, women’s dormitory, built 1914.

-Edmonton Historical Board, Pembina Hall Plaque, 2006.

Designation & Awards

Edmonton Historical Board Plaque Award 


Pembina Hall

Assiniboia Hall


Bindraban Thusu - 19 Dec 2017

Athabasca Hall was my residence in 1965-67 as a graduate students of UoA. I loved every moment of my stay.

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STEVE Souwand - 05 Apr 2020

This was my residence in 1953, my first year at UofA. To a farm boy from Southernu Alberta they Hall was like a Taj Mahal. Nice to see it still in brat shape.

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Steve Souwand - 16 Sep 2020

the great

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Era: Urban Growth
Themes: Education
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Area: Southwest

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