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Value of Little Free Libraries

By Adeline Panamaroff Tucked into the corner of someone’s property, or located next to a public playground, small wooden or metal boxes, built to be visually inviting, draw the passer-by in for a closer look. These little structures are the home of Little Free Libraries. Popping up everywhere in the […]

2023 AGM Report

On October 26th, 2023 the Blue Quill Community League held their 2023 AGM. The board went over the accomplishments throughout the year along with the proposed operating budget. If you missed the presentation or would like to review it again, you can get all the information here. New Executive Team The […]

Duggan Tunnel Replacement Project

Having safe, reliable utility services is a critical part of day-to-day life in our community. To ensure systems are in place and well maintained, EPCOR will be undertaking a major project in Sweet Grass and five neighbouring communities. The current Duggan sanitary tunnel services neighbourhoods in southwest Edmonton and has […]

February 2023 Councillor’s Corner

By Jennifer Rice, City Councillor for Edmonton Ward Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi Hello, my name is Jennifer Rice, and I’m the City Councillor for Ward Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi. I want to first thank the Blue Quill Community League for providing me with this space to write my first Councillor’s Corner. I’m excited to use this […]

BQCL Net-Zero Emissions Exploration

BQCL is working in concert with Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) and their Net Zero Pathways initiative (Net Zero Pathways – Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (, a program to help community leagues improve their building infrastructure while aligning with the City of Edmonton’s goals to reach carbon neutrality by […]