A tradesperson explains how older houses can be preserved and maintained, without resorting to demolition and infill.
How a church helped welcome a family of Syrian refugees.
A gigantic Nativity scene will be on display in Norwood this December.
An update on the Mission House on 96 Street.
The next Our McCauley event is a celebration of the Black community, but has been postponed to a future date to a conflict with another event.
A summary of an Indigenous art show in the downtown area.
Getting into better shape means giving up old habits.
A poem by Leif Gregersen.
Our McCauley and the Edmonton chapter of the Canadian Council for Refugees Youth Network organized a one-day youth event on August 17.
Participate, in order to gain knowledge. Don’t just look through the lens of a camera.
Make sure you know what your local community leagues are doing for Community League Day on September 15.
Our McCauley’s July 15 event highlighted the connections between the Indigenous and Chinese communities. As well, here is a preview of the next Our McCauley event on August 17.
The Interstellar Rodeo music festival forged a community partnership with iHuman, based in Boyle Street, for this year’s event that took place in late July.
McCauley author Gary Garrison has a new book being published on August 4 about grandparents who are raising grandkids.
*We’ve been getting questions here at Boyle McCauley News about what happened to the LIVINGbridge. This web exclusive feature will hopefully provide some answers.
A look at the second Cultivate McCauley garden crawl, on July 10.
Even with two torrential downpours, the Hallelujah Garage Sale on July 7 was a success!
If you like Ukrainian food and want to support McCauley’s Mercury Opera, come to London Villas Hub on June 1 for a delicious fundraiser.
Retirement in Boyle Street has proven to be a positive change.
The fifth year of the genre-breaking music festival is happening at Studio 96 in July.