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Active Recreation and Sport Strategy – Survey

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The City of Edmonton’s Active Recreation and Sport Strategy aims to help foster networks, culture, policies and places that enable and encourage the people who live here – of all ages, abilities and interests – to live active and healthy lives. As a follow-up to the stakeholder consultation meetings your organization was invited to in September 2015, the City is… Read more »

Newton Stories – Four Generations of Newtonians: The Rienk Mulder Family

Meet Rienk Mulder – I moved into Newton Community along with my parents and 5 siblings in 1962. We first lived on a little farm on 54 St and 123 Ave. My parents then bought a house on 55 St. and 120 Ave., which my son now owns. I met my wife at the Newton Park and we married in 1975. We… Read more »

EFCL’s 100 Year Anniversary Project Needs You!

Are you a history buff that would like to learn more about your community? Do you have old files and photographs from your community league? Your photos and memories – think sporting events, parades, picnics, volunteering and more! Share Your Information Leslie Holmes, the EFCL 100th historical project coordinator and researcher is compiling community league memories. Email leslie.holmes@efcl.org or visit… Read more »

Eastglen Leisure Centre – Update

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I would like to thank everyone who has contributed their time to the consultation process concerning the revitalization of Eastglen Leisure Centre. The information we received at the community conversation and through the online survey has led to a clearer understanding of how Eastglen Leisure Centre supports you and your neighbors. In response to what we’ve heard, The City of Edmonton… Read more »