Central Edmonton does not have an option for French Immersion (FI) programming in a public school! Right now, this means that kids registered in an FI program have to bus to a school outside of their local area. In the past, there has been a valiant attempt at making this happen at Oliver school, but …Continue reading "Interested in French Immersion Education?"
Cats are a great companion for many Edmontonians, but they can cause frustration when they enter a neighbour’s property without permission. While cats are allowed to roam, cat owners are responsible to understand and communicate their outdoor cat’s tendencies to neighbours. That way, the neighbours are aware that the cat isn’t lost while roaming outside. …Continue reading "Know the Difference: Lost Versus Outdoor Cats"
Are you a dog owner? Looking for somewhere new to walk your pet? While exploring, we ask you to remember that Edmonton’s many parks, off-leash areas and greenspaces are there for everyone to enjoy, including those without pets. The City reminds pet owners to use greenspaces responsibly and keep companions on-leash at City parks where …Continue reading "Sharing Park Spaces is Everyone’s Business, Including Pet-Owners"
Interested in the topic of “Youth Engagement”? The City of Edmonton is sponsoring sessions on November 15th and Saturday November 18th to discuss current research in the area of “Asset Based Positive Youth Development in Recreation.” Attend the session most convenient for you. These sessions will have Nick Holt, PhD., Lab Director of the Child and Adolescent …Continue reading "Youth Engagement"
Tips on Reporting a Crime If there is a crime in progress (imminent threat to person or property) call 911 If it isn’t an emergency but you notice suspicious activities or crimes report them to the Edmonton Police Service at 780-423-4567 or call #377 on your mobile phone. This includes: Break & enter to detached garage or shed Theft …Continue reading "Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch"