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February 2012 – Volume 33, Number 1

Columns

  • Fun and Games at the McCauley Cup

    Community fun on a beautiful day at the Third Annual McCauley Cup.

  • Common Ground Returns!

    It didn’t look like it was going to happen this year, but Common Ground is returning!

  • New Name for Edmonton Street News

    Edmonton Street News is expanding and is now the only street newspaper in Alberta.

  • Block to Block set to Amplify McCauley

    I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself, as well as provide some information about “Block to Block: Amplify your voice!”, a new campaign of the McCauley Community League, and what residents might expect to see in 2012. Block to Block has five key areas the Community League hopes to address: Communication, Connection, Cleanup and Safety, Coach and Equip, and Community League Involvement.

  • A Dog Park for McCauley?

    If you are a dog owner and would like to see an off leash park in our area, please read on.

  • Historic Booklet for McCauley

    A call for committee members to help produce a booklet highlighting historic sites in McCauley.

  • The Flip Sides of Love and Hate

    Love and hate are closely related and sometimes intertwined.

  • Verses of Love

    Gary Garrison presents two poems about love.

  • Valentine’s Day Sweetness in Little Italy

    Looking for some sweets for your sweetheart? Look no further than Little Italy!

  • City of Edmonton Master Composter Recycler Program

    The Master Composter Recycler Program – Learn to make fun things like compost tea, worm bins, and lasagna gardens – and how to build better communities too!