Ready to explore your neighbourhood? You have until 7 pm on Sunday September 20th, 2020 to complete this scavenger hunt. Submit your entry with all photos by either tagging OCL on social media (Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Scavenger Hunt Entry”. Completed entries be entered in a draw for five $20 gift cards to local businesses.
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Oliver has less park space per resident than most other neighbourhoods, less than half of the City of Edmonton target.
The Oliver neighbourhood was originally called the West End by settlers.
A current city councillor is the artist of one major piece of public art in our community.
The former hall was donated to the community league by Molson Canada in the 1960s. The building dated back to the 1920s.
More than 15% of Oliver residents are over the age of 65.
There are almost as many children in Oliver as Westmount – just 300 fewer.
The City of Edmonton is currently developing a recreation plan for Oliver Park and the community in general.
The first phase of Jasper Avenue replacement covers 109 to 114 St.
Our Uncover Oliver campaign wants everyone to reflect on what we each value in this community.