Editor’s Notes

June 2018

It’s June, and in this issue we’re thinking about “Memories.”

It’s a fitting theme considering Boyle McCauley News is coming up to its 40th anniversary next year. What have been some of your fondest memories of the paper over the past four decades? We’d love to possibly revisit some favourite memories in 2019.

Volunteering is a great way to make new memories. If you like to write, take photos, or deliver newspapers, contact me at editor@bmcnews.org. You don’t have to be a professional writer or photographer to contribute to the paper – just an interest in the area and a desire to cover news and events going on here.

Also, if you’re involved in something going on in McCauley and Boyle Street, like an event or an initiative, that you think would make a great story, you can run your ideas by me as well.

Don’t forget to check us out online at bmcnews.org. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter (bmcnews) as well as Instagram ("bmcviews”:https://www.instagram.com/bmcviews). Have a great month!

More in this issue

Neighbourhood Views

  • Noi Thai Restaurant Opens in McCauley – Noi Thai Restaurant has opened up in the former location of Viphalay at 10724 95 Street. Viphalay owner and McCauley Community League board member Lily Mounma sold this location to her uncle. Look for a review in an upcoming issue of the paper. Paula E. Kirman

  • Teresa Spinelli Receives Honourary Degree from NAIT – Teresa Spinelli (pictured here with her son Massimo) received an honourary Bachelor of Business Administration from NAIT on May 4, when she also gave the convocation speech. Mike Newberry

  • Bent Arrow Round Dance – The Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society’s Annual Round Dance took place on April 21 at the Commonwealth Rec Centre. Janis Irwin

  • Lovely Lavender – Some lavender for sale outside of Zocalo. Paula E. Kirman

  • Helping at Homeless Connect – Around 1200 people were served at Homeless Connect on April 29 at the Shaw Conference Centre. There were 69 service providers and over 300 volunteers. Homeless Connect is a partnership between Edmonton Economic Development, Homeward Trust Edmonton and the Shaw Conference Centre. Noor Al-Henedy

  • Here Comes the Train Again – The LRT moving along the tracks between McCauley and Boyle Street. Paula E. Kirman

Around the Neighbourhood

Volunteer With Us!

We are always looking for new writers and photographers, as well as ideas for future stories. We also regularly need block carriers to help with the delivery and distribution of the paper. Email Paula with your submissions, feedback, ideas, and availability. We also ask that contributors read our Editorial Guidelines and that all volunteers read and agree to our Code of Conduct.

Next Issue . . .

Our next issue is September. Articles and photos concerning community news, events, and opinions are welcome. We also encourage submissions of poetry, and cartoons (in JPG or PDF format). Deadline: August 12. Send submissions to: editor@bmcnews.org. Articles should be 400 words or less and accompanied by photographs (JPG, in high resolution) when possible.