Boyle Street Plaza

Boyle Street Plaza

Family Resource Centre

The YMCA Family Resource Centre is part of the first phase of the Boyle Renaissance Redevelopment, a multi-phase, far-reaching community redevelopment situated in the area between 95 and 96 Streets and extending north from 103A Avenue to the LRT tracks.  Boyle Renaissance Redevelopment Phase 1 is a made-in-community solution that provides a range of services and programs that include child care, family services, housing, community, social, recreation and park space. Within Phase 1, The YMCA of Northern Alberta is partnered with the Boyle Street Community League, the City of Edmonton and Capital Region Housing Corporation. 

The Melcor YMCA Village, located on the east side of the plaza, is an affordable housing complex.  The YMCA Family Resource Centre, Shirley Stollery YMCA Child Care Centre and the Boyle Street Community Centre are located on the west side of the plaza.  Boyle Street Park is nestled in between the two buildings.

Hours of Operation for YMCA Family Resource Centre: Monday - Friday | 8:30am-5pm

YMCA Boyle Street Plaza Schedules







Facility Staff

Jackie McGowan, General Manager
780-426-9258  |  Email

Joan Baker, Vice President, Community and Housing Initiatives
780-429-5726  |  Email

Christine Van Doorn, Program Manager, Community Centre and Programs
780-426-9260  |  Email

Michael Peters, Program Manager, Child and Youth Services 
780-429-5711  |  Email

Susan Watson, Program Manager, Housing First Services
780-426-9259  |  Email

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    The chance to attend camp for the first time.
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    The chance to get much needed academic support to keep up in school.
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    The chance to play, make friends, build skills and confidence.
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