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EFCL: Ward G Community League Update

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District G and Nearby Community Leagues – Meeting at the PCCL Community Centre, January 10, 2018 Hello Everyone. Thanks again for taking the time last evening to attend and participate in the discussion of interests, needs and concerns among our community leagues. I’ve attached a meeting summary for you to review. |View PDF | If you have any comments, changes… Read more »

Update – Newton Community League

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Hello everyone! Hope you all had a great summer! For the 2017 Fall session, Newton Community League is opening up all its fitness programming to Newton community League members for FREE! There will be a $10 drop-in fee for non-members. Newton Community League Membership -2017/2018 $25 for a family $15 for individuals To purchase a membership call Cori at (780)… Read more »

City Council

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Important City Council Agenda Items July 5, Council Urban Planning Committee (UPC), Transit Strategy, will likely impact transit service within your neighbourhood. July 5, UPC, Reduced Parking Requirements in all low density Residential areas to one space per dwelling. July 10, Public Hearing, Garden/Garage Suites to be allowed on virtually all house lot locations in new and old neighbourhoods; buildings allowed to be… Read more »

EFCL: Board & Leadership Training for Women (18+)

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Exciting new EFCL Civic Leadership Project opportunity! Sponsored by Status of Women, EFCL is pleased to offer Board and Leadership training for women (18+). This is a free project and offers the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge in volunteering in your neighbourhood at your community league.  You can help out with events, programming or join your league board. Several… Read more »

Edmonton Elections

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Edmonton Elections would like to make sure that all Edmontonians know about the election and how to vote, so we have created a set of 8 articles that go through all the steps a person needs to know. We believe it is important to ensure that as many Edmontonians as possible know about their options for voting, how to vote,… Read more »


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Hello Communities! I hope you are all doing well.  I wanted to let you know about a community initiative #coffeewithENW that Chelsea, the ENW Program Director has set up.  Chelsea will host 6 different #coffeewithENW events (one in each police division) in local coffee shops between March 6 – 16.  She will be available to chat with anyone interested in crime prevention, Neighbourhood Watch, our programs, volunteering, being a Community… Read more »

Winter Walk Day – 2017

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It’s easy to participate! Simply walk outside for at least 15 minutes then visit to submit your own or your group’s walking minutes. Schools, day cares and community groups who pre-register will receive a participant giveaway per child. Winter Walk Day is brought to you by Safe Healthy Active People Everywhere (SHAPE), your local Be Fit for Life Centre,… Read more »

Corner Store Program – 2016 Update

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Braidon Reid wanted to give you a heads up that he’ll be surveying the community about the changes they would like to see at Newton Centre. It concerns the $250,000 that the program can spend on the City land surrounding the centre and how it can be used during the neighbourhood renewal process to make that area just that much better. … Read more »