Boyle Street

The hub of Edmonton's early commercial district, Boyle Street was recorded on a map of the newly created town of Edmonton in 1892. As the Hudson Bay Company held the land directly north of Fort Edmonton, the town spread eastward - even the streets conform to the exterior boundaries of several river lots. Today, Boyle Street borders on the eastern edge of Edmonton's central business district and features a high proportion of males, single adult households and mobile individuals.


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