e4c May/June Updates

The 2019 Annual McCauley Neighbourhood Community Clean Up is Saturday, June 15 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

Spring has come and the cleaning has produced a lot of junk! Have no fear! The McCauley Neighbourhood Community Clean Up is here! Sign up to have your junk* and non-hazardous materials picked up and disposed of for free on Saturday, June 15!

Register early as spots are limited (see contact info below).

Calling all volunteers and supporters too! Join together with awesome friends and neighbours to make this event happen. Loaders, Pickers, Drivers, Sweepers, early set up crew, late wrap up folks . . . you are needed!

For Volunteer Sign Up and Pick Up Registration:
Pick Up Form
Volunteer Sign Up Form


Facebook: @e4cwellness
E-mail: thashimoto@e4calberta.org
Phone: (780) 424-2870 or (780)-271-5995

Supported By: McCauley Community League, e4c Alberta, City of Edmonton, Edmonton Host Lions Club, 310-DUMP, Enterprise Car Rentals.

*We do not accept hazardous materials: i.e. electronics, chemicals, batteries, and Freon appliances

School for Indigenous Teachings – Closing Ceremony/Feast
The e4c School for Indigenous Teachings Winter Term Classes have come to a close. With two classes (Language and Cultural Studies & Teachings From the Elders) and a variety of workshop sessions delivered by knowledge keepers and cultural leaders/practitioners over the course of 10 weeks (January-April), the S.I.T. has completed another term with great impact on those who participated. Students have received certificates and shared in a feast.

The School for Indigenous Teachings would like to thank our instructors:

  • Wil Campbell (NCSC), Teachings from the Elders Class
  • Reuben Quinn (CFRAC), Nehiyaw Language and Cultural Studies
  • Joanne Pompana (Red Road Healing Society)
  • Russell Auger (WJS)


Facebook: @schoolforindigenousteachings
Email/Phone: thashimoto@e4calberta.org / (780) 271-5995
For more e4c Wellness Programs see: @e4cwellness

Taro is the e4c Community Development Officer.

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Next Issue . . .

Volume 41, Issue 2 will be published March 15, 2020. Articles and photos concerning community news, events, and opinions are welcome. We also accept submissions of poetry and cartoons. Deadline: February 20, 2020. Send submissions to: editor@bmcnews.org. Articles should be 400 words or less and accompanied by photographs (JPG, in high resolution) when possible.