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Stay in the loop with our What’s New page, your go-to source for the latest developments, success stories, and impactful initiatives as we continue to empower newcomers and foster inclusivity in the heart of Calgary. Explore the vibrant tapestry of our community’s journey toward new opportunities and shared accomplishments.

Community garden helps immigrants heal, and grow their future

Community garden helps immigrants heal, and grow their future

By Quinton Amundson, Canadian Catholic News Calgary Catholic Alberta June 7, 2020 Growing fruit and vegetables at a 30-acre urban farm has provided Kamo Zandinen sustenance for her family and

‘Land of Dreams’: a space for newcomers to grow crops and respect Indigenous roots

‘Land of Dreams’: a space for newcomers to grow crops and respect Indigenous roots

The 30-acre plot of land is located in southeast Calgary Hala Ghonaim · CBC News · Posted: May 19, 2020 5:00 AM MT | Last Updated: May 19, 2020 The

Local Immigrant Worker Surprised At Reaction To Cargill Covid Cases

Local Immigrant Worker Surprised At Reaction To Cargill Covid Cases

One local, who deals with immigrants and their issues, isn't happy with how others are treating workers from the Cargill plant north of High River.

Compelling Calgarians: Fariborz Birjandian

Compelling Calgarians: Fariborz Birjandian

Rita Mingo || For the Calgary Herald || Publishing date: January 2, 2020 No one knows the plight of refugees better than Fariborz Birjandian. When the former ship captain and

Learn more about supporting the mental health of newcomer families and children in rural areas

Learn more about supporting the mental health of newcomer families and children in rural areas

A promising practice for how service providers can support the post-migration needs.

Christmas Fund: Refugees escaping horrific trauma find hope in Calgary Catholic Immigration Society

Christmas Fund: Refugees escaping horrific trauma find hope in Calgary Catholic Immigration Society

VALERIE FORTNEY Updated: December 12, 2018 Less than a year after arriving in Calgary, Shahla Murad and Hasan Kheder are not only prepared for another Canadian winter but are also

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