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Come and celebrate Alberta Day

Come and Celebrate Alberta Day 2023

“Alberta Day is a celebration of the story of how Albertans built a prosperous society – from Indigenous people, the first stewards of this land, to the pioneers who built the cities and towns we now live in to those who chose Alberta and sought new opportunity and a chance to live as equals among their neighbours. This is our story, and it’s a story worth telling again and again.”

The best places to visit in Alberta

The best places to visit in Alberta

Alberta, Canada, is a stunning province known for its diverse landscapes, national parks, and vibrant cities. Choosing the “best” place to visit depends on your interests, whether you enjoy outdoor adventures, natural beauty, cultural experiences, or urban exploration. Here are some top destinations in Alberta:

Leadership and Antiracism - a fierce panel on the intersectionality between race and leadership

A Conversation around race and leadership

Join us for this transformative workshop, where we will explore the crucial role of leadership in promoting inclusivity, embracing diversity, and combating racism through education and dialogue.  As leaders, we can drive meaningful change and create spaces where everyone feels valued, respected, and heard.

Black Business Women Networking Event | July 28th | 5 pm - 7 pm

Black Business Women Networking Event in Calgary

They hope that Black Business Women will come out and learn new things while they network with other women just like them. Some of the night’s highlights include the opportunity to learn about the Africa Centre and about all the businesswomen who will attend the event.

Proposal submission

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) for the African Multicultural Community Centre (AMCC)

The AMCC project is a pioneering initiative to enhance the cultural, social, economic, and civic vibrancy of Edmonton’s communities of African descent. This centre, envisaged to be established on the former Wellington Junior High School site, will be a nucleus encapsulating Edmonton’s African-descent community’s rich and diverse heritage. It’s proposed to comprise facilities like a cultural centre, community services, offices, and educational and recreational spaces.

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