by Lisa McRitchie on 03/10/12 at 10:45 PM ET
The winter in Alberta has been unseasonably mild and even warm, just like much of Canada. It has been written that outdoor rinks are being threatened by climate change , and so rinks such as the one build and maintained by the Steele family of the city of Leduc (just south of Edmonton). The rink may be small, it it rivals Rexall Place. Ryan Dittrick of EdmontonOilers.com had a look at the Steele’s rink this week, and now you can too.
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