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Edmonton Community Board in action

Our Edmonton Community Board donated $7.3 million since 2005 to 506 grassroots projects, charities and organizations.

How we made a difference in 2018


Budget allocated


Local charities

Explore our Edmonton Community Board's latest projects

Giving children a voice with technology

For 85 families in need, a picture really is worth a thousand words.

Scoring a goal for kids with hockey therapy

For youth needing rehabilitation, the glenrose hospital foundation is using hockey and technology to improve mobility

The Honourable Anne McLellan (Chair)

Senior Advisor, Bennett Jones LLP

The Honourable A. Anne McLellan, P.C., O.C., A.O.E. joined Bennett Jones LLP in its Edmonton office July 4, 2006. Ms. McLellan provides strategic advice to the firm and its clients.

Ms. McLellan served four terms as the Liberal Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre from October 25, 1993 – January 23, 2006. She served as Deputy Prime Minister of Canada and the first Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness (December 2003 – January 2006), Minister of Health (January 2002 – December 2003), Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada (June 1997 – January 2002) and Minister of Natural Resources and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians (November 1993 – June 1997).

Ms. McLellan serves on the Board of Directors of Nutrien and Cameco. She served on the Board of Nexen from 2006 to 2013 and the Edmonton Regional Airport Authority from 2007 to 2015. In addition she is Chair of the Board of the Institute for Research on Public Policy and serves on the Board of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. She also served as a member of the Premier’s Council for Economic Strategy from 2009 – 2011 where she provided “guidance on actions the Alberta government could take to best position the province for the future.”

On May 12, 2006, Ms. McLellan was appointed Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the University of Alberta in the Alberta Institute for American Studies, a position she held until she retired from the University of Alberta June 30, 2013. Ms. McLellan was awarded honorary doctorate of law degrees by both the University of Alberta (in 2007) and the University of Cape Breton (in 2009).

In May 2015 Ms. McLellan became Dalhousie University’s seventh chancellor.

In July 2009 Ms. McLellan was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada and in October 2013 she was invested into the Alberta Order of Excellence.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Law degree from Dalhousie University and a Master of Laws degree from King’s College, University of London. Ms McLellan was admitted to the Bar of Nova Scotia in 1976.

Zainul Mawji (Vice Chair)

President, Home & Small Business Solutions, TELUS

Jon Chia

President & CEO, Maclab Enterprises

Dr. Ruth Collins-Nakai

Chair, Canadian Medical Foundation

Linda Cook

Former Chief Executive Officer, Edmonton Public Library

Sameer Dhar

Youth Representative, and CEO and Co-Founder, Sensassure

Bonnie Frederick

President, TELUS Community Ambassador Club – Edmonton

Scott Graham

Family Philanthropy Advisor

Gord Johnston

President & CEO, Stantec

Brian Lakey

Vice President of Value-Added Service Enablement – Technology, TELUS

Stuart Lee

President and CEO, EPCOR

Marla Mauricio

Paralegal, Legal Services, TELUS (Board Secretary)

Ruth McHugh

Executive Director, Office of the Auditor General

Claudia Roszell

Chief Internal Auditor and Vice President, Risk Management, TELUS

Shane Sabatino

President, TELUS Employer Solutions and Vice President, TELUS Health

Lorna St. Thomas

Senior Community Affairs Manager, TELUS