About Oliver Community League
The Oliver Community League is 100% volunteer driven by people who live and work in Oliver, Edmonton (109 Street-124th Street & the River Valley to 104 Ave).
In 1922 the residents of west Edmonton established the West End Community League. The Oliver Community League emerged out of this foundational organization in 1937. The League works to improve the quality of life of our residents by promoting participation in affordable local recreation and social activities, and advocating on behalf of our community on planning and development issues including preservation of our local heritage resources. The League also partners with and supports local agencies that endeavor to provide necessary services to our disadvantaged or isolated citizens.
We are part of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues, the representative and coordinating body for all community leagues in Edmonton. The EFCL is unique in its structure – there is no comparable organization like it in the world. It is also North America’s largest registered volunteer not-for profit organization.
The Oliver Community League is a Society registered with Service Alberta. Our bylaws are available here.
The OCL Board meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the hall, though meetings are occasionally cancelled or rescheduled. Meetings of the League are open to the public, and minutes of board and general meetings are available to members upon request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. (Note: the board reserves the right to enter confidential session – those minutes are only available to members who were present during the confidential session).
Next Annual General Meeting: April 19, 2017