The McCauley neighborhood in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is a triangular shaped area, bordered to the north by 111 Avenue, Northwood Boulevard, and 112 Avenue. It is bounded to the west by 101 Street, and to the southeast by the old Canadian National Railway right of way and the LRT line.
This inner city neighbourhood was named for the first mayor of Edmonton, Matthew McCauley. Located east of the downtown core, McCauley’s neighbours include Boyle Street on the southeast and Cromdale to the northeast. Central McDougall lies to the west, Spruce Avenue is to the northwest, and Alberta Avenue and Parkdale are McCauley’s neighbours to the north. In the northeast corner of the neighbourhood is Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium, with bus and LRT service provided. McCauley once held a world record for the amount of religious buildings contained in a small area.
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