Community gardens are important for food security – at least, sometimes.
Help keep the sidewalks safe – it’s not only the neighbourly thing to do, it’s a requirement from the City of Edmonton.
Food at this vegan cafe is so good, you’ll almost mistake it for its meat counterpart.
A look at the annual Lunar New Year celebrations in Chinatown on January 26th.
A new podcast gives a voice to the marginalized. Community-focused first aid training is aimed to help improve safety. The annual GLOW parade is coming up on March 21st.
Meet Erick Ambtman, new ED of EndPovertyYEG.
An update on problem properties, needle debris, and upcoming events.
A City bulletin regarding the Problem Properties Initiative.
Action is happening on the issue of problem properties – and you can add your voice.
Some important services for food security and tax preparation help for community members.
Welcome to the new HOTC board members, and welcome back the returning ones!
The EIC has some movie nights coming up!
A poem about the fact there are a lot of dates in 2020 with 20 in them.
March is time to start thinking about spring cleaning, both inside and outside.
There are different ways for neighbours to connect, from helping each other out to online social networking.
Building a sense of connectedness between neighbours is important in building community.
What happened when a McCauley resident tried to take the EPS fitness test? Here’s a first-hand story about what it was like.
How one community member went from being a reluctant reader, to becoming a contributor and board member.
Even in these perilous times of cuts to public services, there are reasons to have hope.
We still have routes available for volunteer Block Carriers!
We’re on the verge of a refreshed website, and we’re launching a micro-donation campaign to help the paper’s long-term sustainability.
An easy-to-make cake for Easter.