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  • Find your schedule online!

    It's been one month since we launched You may have noticed that with the new site, there are a few changes to how you find schedule information. As with any web change, there will always be a bit of getting used to a new system. But don’t panic, we’re here to help you find the schedules you’re looking for and we think you’ll come to love’s dynamically generated schedules!

  • Simplify Summer with Salads!

    Come out for a programs that will teach you about exciting additions to your salads, flavour profiles, and how to create your own delicious salads every time. We'll cover coleslaw, lettuce based salad, making your own dressings and some unusual salad ingredients.


  • Recognizing Our YMCA Volunteers

    National Volunteer Week (APRIL 10 – 16), was recently celebrated across Canada. We could not be the YMCA we are without their caring, positive attitudes and the passion that they bring to everything they do.

  • Shriner Club in Fort McMurray gives back to the community by supporting YMCA Strong Kids

    The Shriner’s Club in Fort McMurray recently presented Jim Weller, Vice President, YMCA of Northern Alberta | Wood Buffalo Region, with a cheque for $2,500, as a donation to the YMCA Strong Kids Campaign.

  • Rotary Club of Edmonton Celebrates Centennial with Transformational Gift

    Rotary Club of Edmonton celebrates 100 years of community service with a $60,000 gift to the YMCA Welcome Village Family Resource Centre.

  • Get your PDF Schedules!

    The new website gives you a number of ways to access online schedule content, from dynamic search to PDF downloads, you can find the schedule information you are looking for.

  • CBC's 'Our Edmonton' - Visits Castle Downs YMCA

    CBC's John Robertson guest hosts the spring break edition of 'Our Edmonton' and tours the Castle Downs Family YMCA, the hub of the community. 

  • Our Commitment to Refugee Settlement and Support

    Our Y is joining other Northern Alberta communities to mobilize and welcome refugees from Syria and other areas of the world where people are fleeing unrest and conflict.

  • Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Therapy Now Offered

    Yesterday, we proudly announced that the new RT 300 rehabilitation FES therapy system is now available for use at the Don Wheaton Family YMCA (downtown Edmonton) and is the first one available in a Canadian YMCA.