Overview[ edit ] An ethnocultural profile of Canada prepared by Statistics Canada describes a nation that, at the outset of the 21st Century, has become progressively more and more multi-ethnic and multicultural. The introduction to the report describes this in the following way:
Our workshops range from half-day, to full-day and multiple series sessions that can be customized to suit your stated needs and goals.
We build not just on awareness, but on deepening understanding, empathy and acceptance leading towards behavioural change. We impart knowledge and skills in the context of practice and constantly evolve our curriculum, tools and activities to reflect the ever expanding learning interests and objectives of our participants, as well as of our own growth.
Our facilitators are a consortium of intercultural practitioners, educators, researchers and cultural brokers who, together possess centuries of knowledge and insight to inform your practice, your methods and your worldview. This is the perfect space to ask those hard questions and evolve your skills in an environment of mutual respect, safety, constructive and collaborative problem-solving, and reciprocity of learning.
A core group of seven insightful seniors from our communities came together with 25 colleagues — from the three orders of government, Alberta Health Services, and senior serving organization — to develop a common agenda for mobilizing changes for the betterment of the lives of our seniors in Edmonton.
Participants left the Gathering validating the importance of the work done in this project and the vital role of these core group of seniors in our city and expressed a desire to support the growth of the Collective voice. Yvonne works tirelessly to help create what the Multicultural Health Brokers Co-operative is all about!
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These communities gathered monthly to engage in a journey on narrative growth through sharing various elements of their lives from home, learning, medicine, to artistic expression, justice and migration.
Leaders from these communities desired an opportunity to exchange these stories and experiences with fellow Canadians. After months of dedicated effort, this dream became an unfolding reality. Read more about the Edmonton Living rooms Project happening in Edmonton.
Volunteer for our Grocery Run Program! This program will take donated foods from grocers, distributors, and other food outlets, that would otherwise go to waste, and get it into the hands of newcomer refugee and immigrant families who are in crisis.
MCHB is looking for drivers with good driving records and their own vehicle. Larger vehicles such as vans or trucks will be preferred, while the ability to help carry small to medium sized boxes would be ideal. This role would require two hours once or twice per month, mostly on Friday mornings.
Reliability will be of the utmost importance. Examples of grocery runs include picking up fresh produce from distributors, going to grocery stores and receiving day-old bread, or heading to the Food Bank for emergency food hampers. For full details, please click here. Read about Food Insecurity and our Grocery Run program.Group visits include a minute information session and minute walking tour.
Dining hall meals are optional. To arrange a group visit, register your group online at least three weeks prior to the requested weekday visit date.
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By Iman Bukhari, CEO of Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation Since the start of this year, we have been doing a decent amount of outreach about our ongoing efforts in the community, as well as educating everyday Canadians on multiculturalism.
Recently, the number of multicultural households has increased dramatically to ,, largely as a result of the high number of marriages between Koreans and foreigners.