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Edmonton is the capital of Alberta and at the center of Canada’s sixth largest census metropolitan area. It was founded in 1795 as “Fort Edmonton” and incorporated as a city in 1904. It had a population of 932,546 in 2016 and is the second-largest city in Alberta with Calgary coming in first. The majority of individuals living in Edmonton are between the ages of 5-14 and 25-64 years.
Edmonton is home to The West Edmonton Mall, which is North America’s largest mall. In addition, it was the world’s largest mall from 1981 to 2004. Edmonton is also home to Fort Edmonton Park, which is Canada’s largest living history museum. Additionally, this city hosts a variety of festivals year-round, giving it the nickname “Canada’s Festival City”. And what goes better with festivals than noise? As with Calgary, Edmonton is quite casual when it comes to noise and tolerates small amounts of noise. It is important to be on your best behavior, for the most part, the police has things under control.
Edmonton has an average price of $2000 per hearing aid and between $3600 and $5700 a pair depending on the commission charges . When you look up hearing aids in Edmonton, not much comes up except for a handful of locations on Jasper and Whyte Avenue. However, these are in the middle of downtown and can be hard for individuals living on the outskirts to get to. Luckily, online hearing aid companies are on the rise – and we deliver!
At iHearing it is our belief that all hearing aid users deserve access to high-quality products at compassionate pricing. Our current prices are $275 for a pair, and we ship for free to the USA and Canada! We make it easy to buy hearing aids online in Edmonton.
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