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basketball is back!

Basketball lessons have started again at the Blue Quill Community League! If you have someone between ages 6 and 17 that would be interested in learning to shoot hoops, have them come to the community league on Thursdays 6-7PM or Sundays 10-11AM to get lessons. No registration is required and […]

sunday artday at blue quill

Free outdoor community art studio: Third Sunday in June, July and August Are you longing for some playful, creative activity and self-expression? Do you thrive in the company of others – inspiring and learning together?  Join our FREE ART HIVE EVENTS on Sundays: June 20, July 18, and August 22, […]

fresh routes temporarily cancelled

We regret to inform you that due to the current situation, Fresh Routes has temporarily closed its service in Edmonton. They plan to reopen again later this year once things stabilize. We wish them the best of luck and when they come back, BQCL will continue to have them support […]

2021 outdoor soccer registration info

Online registration for community minor soccer (EMSA South West zone) begins March 15th, 2021. Due to the pandemic, in-person registration sessions will not be held this year. Instead, completed registration packages should be dropped or mailed to the SWESMA office (#211, 11 Fairway Drive, Edmonton AB, T6J 2W4). Registrations can also […]

covid-19 restrictions at bqcl

On November 24, Premier Jason Kenney issued a state of emergency for the province of Alberta. As a result, new mandatory restrictions were introduced to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Alberta. These measures are in place until December 15th and do impact the way our Community Leagues can operate. […]

2020 annual general meeting

On October 15, 2020 the Blue Quill Community League hosted their first ever virtual AGM on Zoom! We had an amazing turnout as the league went through the highlights of 2020 and discussed what we will see for 2021. If you missed the presentation or would like to review it […]

edmonton city 2021 budget survey

In December, Edmonton City Council will discuss the 2021 budget, which will help determine the property tax levy for next year. If you’d like to have your voice heard and help shape Edmonton’s future then sign up to the Edmonton Insight Community to participate in the survey!