A reflection on the Resurrection.
How and why McCualey became Leif’s home.
Retirement in Boyle Street has proven to be a positive change.
When you look forward to going home, it should be the best part of the day.
The First Annual McCauley Spring Fiesta was a huge success with community, food, and entertainment from different cultures.
The soccer program is delayed, but still happening this summer!
Several Members of Parliament learned about human trafficking, at an event in Edmonton on March.
A profile of Barb Spencer, CEO of e4c.
Be on the lookout for Burdock.
A look at the incredible lantern parade of the 2018 GLOW Festival.
A house becomes a home through the love and respect of the people who live there.
Comfort food reminds many people of their home – where their heart is. This recipe for chicken pot pie is sure to stir some warm memories.
e4c is heading up volunteer opportunities with Heart of the City and the annual McCauley Clean Up!
The focus of this year’s festival is on mentorship, and there are going to be two special main stage performances!
Control of Boyle Street Plaza is scheduled to change from the Boyle Street Community League to the City, news of which came as a surprise to a board that has been working to keep the Plaza going.
Get to know your safety resources in McCauley, and learn about two events coming up in May.
The first Our McCauley – Intercultural gathering took place on April 15, and the second one is coming up on May 13!
If you like Ukrainian food and want to support McCauley’s Mercury Opera, come to London Villas Hub on June 1 for a delicious fundraiser.