Some of our neighbours in Norwood have once again put up a larger-than-life Nativity scene.
A 24-hour “Thinkathon” at Studio 96 brought together young people in Edmonton and Milan to discuss political and social policy.
Editor Paula Kirman sat down with a Tarot card reader to gain insight into what is happening with the paper, and what we can expect in the months to come.
The latest in the McCauley historical booklet series has been released, and this time it’s about Little Italy.
Here are a couple of events coming up in November.
Do you have an idea for a project or event that will enhance life in McCauley? You may be eligible for a grant from Revitalization. The deadline to apply is November 30. Here are the details.
A summary of some upcoming events in October and November.
Support a charity that encourages young people to make healthy choices.
Announcement of the winner of our raffle for a trip to Italy, and some thanks as well.
Registration is now open for fall Nehiyaw Language Classes with Reuben Quinn at the Edmonton Intercultural Centre.
This is your challenge to change your habits to use less or no single-use plastic at home.
An exciting collection of work from an Inuit artist is on exhibit near Boyle Street until July 18.
Boyle McCauley News has an office for rent – here are the details!
It started on Alberta Avenue, moved to McCauley, and is now at the Winspear!
On June 15, The McCauley Litter Squad will activate again in cooperation with the E4C and McCauley Community League’s Annual Clean Up. Here’s how you can get involved.
The 2019 Heart of the City Festival was an inspiration of music, art, and community.
A tribute to a volunteer with the House of Refuge Mission.
An EPS appreciation event, soccer registration, and the Community Clean Up.
A true story of a transformation.
A look at some of the “outer space” lanterns from this year’s GLOW parade.