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Our website will not change much during the summer.
We’re doing some virtual landscaping to provide you with an even better experience.
That will take most of our time for the next several weeks.
In the meantime, stay in touch by following us on Facebook
Thank you for your patience.
See you in … September?


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Mark Your Calendar!

Tue. Sep 4, 7:00 p.m. QEXCA Directors meeting Location TBD.  Directors meetings are open to residents of the Community.

Wed. Sep. 12, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Registration for our QEXCA Fall Programs in the St. Frances School gym.

Tue. Oct. 2, 7:00 p.m. QEXCA AGM Location TBD.

Watch this space for other upcoming events.

Got Time? We can use your help!

We are also looking for School Liaisons. These are not Director positions and are not required to attend Board meetings. Each School Liaison is responsible to maintain communication between the QEXCA and the administration of one of five schools in the Community and report, at least quarterly, to the Community Relations Coordinator.
   There are three (3) vacancies:
     1. École canadienne-française, Pavillon Monique Rousseau – Ideally, this person will be fluently bilingual, French and English, and able to translate QEXCA documents for the Francophone community.
     2. St. Frances Cree Bilingual School – Ideally, this person will be of aboriginal ancestry.
     3. Aden Bowman Collegiate Institute – Ideally, this person will have some experience working with teens.

It's Your Community

Police “Street Checks” Policy
The Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners is pleased to provide a summary of a Policy, developed by the Saskatchewan Police Commission, that is to guide municipal police services in the manner in which they conduct “Street Checks”, also referred to as “Contact Interviews”.
In response to the above provincial guidelines, the Saskatoon Police Service is currently developing training standards, reporting methods and record management procedures in accordance with the new provincial policy.
The resulting report will be reviewed by the Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners in the fall of 2018.
The Police Commission would appreciate your input on the provincial Policy. A brief (only 4 questions) survey on this issue is available, on the Police Commission website, until August 31, 2018.

Attention QEXCA Babysitters!
We’re compiling a babysitter list for the next issue of our newsletter. If you’d like to be included in the list, please, email, and provide us with the following info:
Your name,
Your age as of August 2018,
Your phone number and
Whether or not you’ve completed the babysitter’s training course through the Canadian Red Cross, St. John’s Ambulance or the Saskatchewan Safety Council.

Looking to grow a garden?
There are two Community Gardens in the QEXCA Community: Queen Elizabeth School and Aden Bowman Collegiate!
A community garden provides neighbourhood residents and families with the opportunity to become engaged in a healthy recreation activity while growing nutritious food, meeting neighbours, learning about the growing cycle and beautifying open space.

A new use for the Glengarda Residence, 301 Hilliard St. E.
St. Paul's Hospital has purchased the property and is proceeding with the development of a hospice.

The Queen Elizabeth /Exhibition Neighbourhood Traffic Review
The complete report was received as information by the Standing Policy Committee for Transportation on April 16. A summary report is also available.