A youth from the area is the face and voice of a song that deals with racism, and has been getting media attention.
The annual Fall Fiesta took place on September 17 and about 300 people enjoyed the party.
A summary of this year’s events that are part of a grassroots movement to honour the lives of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls.
The recipients, guest speaker, and entertainment at this year’s Salvos Peace Awards were all McCauley-based.
Formerly known as Just Christmas, Just One World brings ethical holiday shopping to McCauley.
Fr. Jim was surprised with a ceremony to honour his years of caring for the Aboriginal community of Sacred Heart Church.
Edmonton OIlers captain Connor McDavid was in McCauley in early October to film a video for the OIlers’ home games.
101A Avenue, between 97 and 96 Street, was transformed on September 16.
The Spirit of McCauley Awards Dinner, presented by McCauley Revitalization/City of Edmonton, recognized numerous people who have helped make McCauley a better place.
Maintaining physical activity and nutrition in the face of challenges.
Surviving cancer means staying vigilant about your health and never taking a day for granted. There is hope.
Family Constellations workshops help to heal ancestral wounds.
The story of informal outdoor soccer over the summer, and how it brought people together for fun and fresh air.
People-powered transportation is a choice that is healthy not just for individuals, but for communities.