News & Events

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9TH ANNUAL

Mayor’s Event

WATCH: Main Event Video for the 2021 Mayor’s Luncheon

 For more information please reach out to:

Renate Burwash
Director, Diversity & Inclusion Consulting
renate@gatewayassociation.ca

In line with our mission, “transform community through the lens of disability”, Gateway Association hosts the annual Mayor’s Luncheon to build momentum and leadership for a more inclusive business community that acknowledges and promotes marginalized communities in Alberta.

Workplace inclusion is the answer to meeting labour market needs, employee retention, diversification of products – all of these are necessary to a growing Alberta. Along with the opportunity to network, the yearly, one-of-a-kind event is an opportunity to build momentum, leadership and to learn from other employers and leaders who advocate for and hire inclusively.

This year, our Emcee, Sarah Chan, will be facilitating a panel discussion with a diverse group of community and business leaders. You’ll leave the event with new connections, new understandings, new ideas, and resources. Together, we’ll move IDEAS TO ACTION.

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Workshops & Events

See our latest Employment Resource Centre (ERC), Family Resource Centre (FRC) and Digital Inclusion Hub (DIH) workshops below.

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MAYOR’S EVENT

9th Annual Mayor’s Luncheon Registration is now open!
Future Proof Your Business Through Equity, Diversity, And Inclusion-Ideas To Action
May 17, 11:30-1pm
J.W. Marriott-Edmonton Ice District
Online attendance available

Get your tickets here!

In line with our original mission, “transform community through the lens of disability”, and its evolving mission which includes a wider lens that takes into account all those who are from all marginalized communities, Gateway Association hosts the annual Mayor’s Luncheon to build momentum and leadership for a more inclusive business community. This is the platform in Alberta to build momentum, evolve leadership practices, and learn from fellow employers and leaders who advocate for and hire inclusively from all members of the marginalized population. Local politicians and forward-thinking business leaders from across the province come to connect with others who support inclusive hiring. Last year, Capital Region Mayor’s pledged their support to Workplace Inclusion through individual video pledges, as well as, a video supporting workplace inclusion: (less then 1.5 minutes) 2021 Mayor’s Event Video

*Please note Gateway Association has changed the original date of this event from May 5 to May 17.
The previous date, May 5, is National Awareness Day for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Men and Gender Diverse people. This is a day for grieving for Hanna Harris who was murdered in July 2013 and the thousands of Indigenous women, girls, men and those who are gender diverse, who have been murdered or gone missing before and after her.
We spoke to partners, mentors and colleagues from the community and see May 5th as a day to hold space for remembering, mourning and self reflection.

 

FOR JOB SEEKERS

In this session, we will be going over all things AISH
– What is AISH
– Who is eligible for AISH
– How to apply for AISH
– What do I get with AISH
– Can you work while receiving AISH
– How does my income effect my AISH payments?
And more!
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/295515142747 

  • Join us online to engage in conversations about workplace wellness. It will be an opportunity to connect with job seekers to gain insight into strategies for mental health wellness in the workplace.
    This month’s topic will be about self-care after work, and how to talk to supervisors when you are struggling.
    These conversations are not counselling or a replacement for therapy. This group will provide mental health tools, strategies, and resources to use at work or while looking for work. They are a place to connect with peers and build leadership skills.
    Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lets-talk-about-workplace-wellness-tickets-292818276347
  • A new session begins March 21st! Email GetDigital@GatewayAssociation.ca to register or find out more information
  • Be it compassion, safety or acceptance, we want to hear from you. Here at Gateway, we are working on launching our very first community gallery showcasing community-created art on the theme of “Belonging”. You can share your thoughts in a variety of formats including photos, videos, texts and graphics. Submissions will be accepted till April 29th and the gallery will be live starting May 1st

Click the poster or here to complete the application

 

FOR FAMILIES

  • Click on the title of the offering to register or get more information!
  • Families Forward Meeting – Not Eligible for PDD? Now What?
    Wednesday, March 16 | 7:00-9:00pm

    Monthly meeting for families with loved ones with disabilities who are ineligible for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) supports.

  • Understanding Disability: Community Resources
    Thursday, March 17 | 7:00-8:00pm

    A workshop that explores community and government resources for adults with disabilities in Alberta.
    Topics include: guardianship and trusteeship, aging caregivers, resources in the community, law enforcement, and self-advocates.

  • Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol (for FMS Admin)
    Saturday, April 9 | 9:00am-12:00pm

    A workshop that explores ways to reduce the risk of abuse and how to handle suspicions of abuse (for Family Managed Services Administrators).

  • Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) 101
    Wednesday, April 13 | 6:00-9:00pm

    An introduction to, and overview of, Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) as a government service.

  • Visioning and Planning for Families with Youth 13-15 Years Old
    Wednesdays, April 13-May 4 | 6:00-8:00pm

    A 4-part workshop series that empowers families of 13-15 year-olds with disabilities with knowledge, resources, and more.

  • Transition Planning for Adulthood
    Thursdays, April 21-May 12 | 6:00-9:00pm
    Join our 4-part workshop series that engages families in building knowledge when navigating this critical time for 16-20 year olds. This workshop series includes topics on: life transitions, valued roles in the community, visioning and planning, and navigating the systems.
    Note: All 4 sessions must be taken consecutively.

 

RESOURCES

  • Thank you to all volunteers that have already signed up for our upcoming Casino. We are still in need of Count Room Staff, Chip Runners, and Cashiers. The Casino will be held at Edmonton’s Starlight Casino on May 15th and 16th. To sign up, please email Sandra at Sandra@gatewayassociation.ca
  • Mindfulness with Sachin Sudra

Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 8:30-9:00am
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/266882933037 

  • Discover more than 60 programs in health, business, community studies, environment and technology, English language training, academic upgrading, and more!

All attendees can apply for Spring and Fall terms for free – we’re waiving our application fee!
Saturday, March 19
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Register here: https://www.norquest.ca/media-centre/events/2022/open-house.aspx

Attendees can also enter to win one of three $1,000 tuition credits!
Understanding and Managing, the Social, Emotional and Traumatic Impacts of a Worldwide Pandemic

  • Understanding and Managing the Social, Emotional and Traumatic Impacts of a Worldwide Pandemic: Factors for Response and Post-Pandemic Recovery — a presentation for parents and stakeholders in our community supporting our youth. Kevin Cameron, executive director of the North American Center for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response Hosted by the St. Albert Youth Mental Health Hub Initiative Sponsored by the Rotary Club of St. Albert and the St. Albert Family Resource Centre. March 17 at 7 p.m. on Thursday at the Arden Theatre in St.Albert

This event is free and you can take in the presentation in person or streaming online.

Click here for tickets

  • On April 10th ShredAbility is back!
    In teams of 2 participants will race around the mountain on skis, snowboards or sit-ski. Solve clues (while dressed in your best costume), win prizes, and challenge yourself at our Paralympic-inspired Challenge Zones, including trying a Sit Ski!
    How to get involved:⁠
    1. Register for 50$ (or act on the early-bird pricing for the first 20 teams and get it for free!) and set up your fundraising page.⁠
    2. Share your page and collect a minimum of $400 in donations. ⁠
    3. Join us on April 10 – your lift ticket, breakfast, and lunch are included. ⁠
    All money raised from this fun event will go towards Rocky Mountain Adaptive and its life-changing programs.
    Don’t miss out!

For more information click here

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VOLUNTEER

  • Volunteers needed for Gateway’s upcoming Casino on May 15th and 16th at Edmonton’s Starlight Casino. Please reach out to Sandra at Sandra@gatewayassociation.ca, to sign up today! We are still looking for Cashier’s, Chip Runner’s, and Count Room Attendant’s so don’t wait! First come, first serve for shift availability. Thank you to all that have already signed up. Your participation is very appreciated.

FOR FAMILIES

  • Understanding Disability in Alberta Thursday, March 3 / 7:00-9:00pm. A workshop for those who would like information about disability and initial government programs that can be accessed in Alberta.
  • Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol (for FMS Staff) Monday, March 7 / 6:00-9:00pm. A workshop that explores ways to reduce the risk of abuse and how to handle suspicions of abuse (for Family Managed Services staff).
  • Families Forward Meeting: Under 18 Tuesday, March 8 / 6:00-9:00pm.

Group 1- Families with Children Under 12 – Spread the words!
Edmonton Public Library (EPL) is in the house, connecting with families to update on all the fun and educational FREE offerings EPL has for residents to take advantage of.

Group 2- Families with Children Over 12 – Let’s Talk about Guardianship and Trusteeship!
Wendy King will join us to answer questions related about the guardianship and trusteeship process for parents who would like more information about which option is the best fit for their family.

  • Families Forward Meeting: Not Eligible for PDD? Now What? Wednesday, February 16 / 7:00-9:00pm.Where families can connect with other families and explore resources for individuals with disabilities transitioning into adulthood that do not qualify for PDD supports.

 

FOR JOB SEEKERS

  • Calgary Employment Program Information Sessions, every Wednesday from 10-11: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/266385996687
  • Let’s Talk About Workplace Wellness, March 2nd 7-8pm: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/267867728587

Join us online to engage in conversation about workplace wellness. It will be an opportunity to connect with other job seekers to gain insight into strategies for mental health wellness in the workplace.

  • Join us in Gateway Association’s Worker’s Rights Workshop!
    In this session, we will be going over all things AISH
    – What is AISH
    – Who is eligible for AISH
    – How to apply for AISH
    – What do I get with AISH
    – Can you work while receiving AISH
    – How does my income effect my AISH payments?
    And more!
    Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/276943855527
  • Industry Information Session with Jubilations (rescheduled due to a technological issue) March 1st from 1:30-2:30 pm: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/272749329587

MentorAbility Alberta is offering ongoing FREE interactive Industry Information Sessions! These information sessions give participants the opportunity to learn more about prospective industries, recruitment requirements and qualifications and the next steps they may need to take to achieve their employment goals.
In this weeks’ session, Syreeta Bennie will be joining us to talk about careers with Jubilations Calgary and Edmonton.

 

  • Gateway Employment Team would like to send out a BIG congratulations to all the participants that obtained meaningful employment through the month of February!
  • Gateway to Digital Inclusion Program Info Session Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite
  • The Gateway to Digital Inclusion mobile app is designed to assist any Albertan family in navigating life while supporting a loved one with a developmental disability. It is an online resource, a place for self-advocates, job seekers, employers, caregivers, and families. By providing digital literacy skills such as finding, understanding, creating, and communicating information through digital platforms, the app offers different ways to learn digital skills in a responsible way so that you can engage in the online community and keep up with the digitized world.
  • Come Be a Part of Creating More Diverse and Inclusive Workplaces!

This is an opportunity for you to come together with leaders and changemakers to strengthen our workplaces and communities through Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
In line with our mission, “transform community through the lens of disability”, Gateway Association https://gatewayassociation.ca/employer-support/ hosts the annual Mayor’s Luncheon to build momentum and leadership for a more inclusive business community. This is the platform in Alberta to build momentum, leadership, and to learn from other employers and leaders who advocate for and hire inclusively from all minority groups.

Watch your email to purchase tickets to this game changing, one of a kind, event!

For more information about Gateway’s Annual Mayor’s Luncheon: Gateway Association | Transformation of Community Through the Lens of Disability(scroll to bottom of page).

RESOURCES

  • Mindfulness with Sachin Sudra
    https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/266882933037
    Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 8:30-9:00am
    Tuesday March 8th, 7-8 pm
    Tuesday March 15th, 7-8 pm
  • Discover more than 60 programs in health, business, community studies, environment and technology, English language training, academic upgrading, and more!

All attendees can apply for Spring and Fall terms for free – we’re waiving our application fee!
Saturday, March 19
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Register here: https://www.norquest.ca/media-centre/events/2022/open-house.aspx

Attendees can also enter to win one of three $1,000 tuition credits!

 

  • Registration is open for the Life Plan Coaching Program until March 3rd!!!

Gateway Association Families will receive 30% off. Use the coupon code: GATEWAY-FAM-30

For more information visit the registration page:
https://eaa.empoweringability.org/lifeplan/

  • Essential but Forgotten Campaign

The Alberta Disability Workers Association (ADWA) is a provincial advocacy organization for all people employed in Community Disability Services who provide essential services to Albertans with disabilities.

Alberta’s Community Disability Services are in a staffing crisis.

Workers paid to support people with disabilities have not seen a wage increase since 2014 (despite an increase in the cost of living of 14% over the past eight years). They are feeling stressed and undervalued and many are choosing to leave their jobs for other employment where they will be properly compensated for their skills and valuable contributions.

The low wages and retention rates are of serious concern to community-based employers who are struggling to recruit and retain qualified staff to provide essential services to Albertans with disabilities.

In support of Community Disability Service Workers, ADWA is launching a provincial campaign to advocate for a 25% increase to current wages.

We hope that you will join us in this important campaign. More information and resources can be found below or you can email us at campaign@adwa.ca

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FOR JOB SEEKERS

  • Sign up now to join this workshop on February 16th.
  • Weekly Info Sessions, every Wednesday at 10am: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/234504157247
  • Worker’s Rights Workshops: AISH: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/267834258477
  • Let’s Talk About Workplace Wellness; Anxiety in the Workplace
    March 2nd @7pm : https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/267867728587
    Join us online to engage in conversation about workplace wellness. It will be an opportunity to connect with job seekers to gain insight into strategies for mental health wellness in the workplace.
    These conversations are not counselling or a replacement for therapy. This group will provide mental health tools, strategies and resources to use at work or while looking for work. They are a place to connect with peers and build leadership skills.
  • MentorAbility
    Industry Info Session with Jubilations Dinner Theatre, Tuesday Feb 15th @ 1:30: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/247311664847
  • This is an opportunity for you to come together with leaders and changemakers to strengthen our workplaces and communities through Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
  • In line with our mission, “transform community through the lens of disability”, Gateway Association https://gatewayassociation.ca/employer-support/ hosts the annual Mayor’s Luncheon to build momentum and leadership for a more inclusive business community. This is the platform in Alberta to build momentum, leadership, and to learn from other employers and leaders who advocate for and hire inclusively from all minority groups.
  • Watch your email to purchase tickets to this game changing, one of a kind, event!
  • For more information about Gateway’s Annual Mayor’s Luncheon: Gateway Association | Transformation of Community Through the Lens of Disability (scroll to bottom of page).

 

FOR FAMILIES

  • More Than Just a Job (FMS) Wednesday, February 16 / 6:00-9:00pm. A workshop for Family Managed Services staff to help identify and incorporate personal values in their work with persons with disabilities.
  • Families Forward Meeting – Not Eligible for PDD? Now What? Wednesday, February 16 / 7:00-9:00pm. Monthly meeting for families with loved ones with disabilities who are ineligible for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) supports.
  • Visioning and Planning for Families with Children 9-12 Years Old Wednesday, February 23 / 6:00-8:00pm. A 4-part workshop series that empowers families of 9–12-year-olds with disabilities with knowledge, resources, and more.
  • Families Forward Meeting – Over 18 Thursday, February 24 / 7:00-9:00pm. Monthly meeting for families with loved ones over 18 with disabilities.
  • PDD 101 Saturday, February 26 / 9:00am-12:00pm. A workshop for caregivers to develop knowledge of Alberta’s government service known as Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD).
  • Understanding Disability in Alberta Thursday, March 3 / 7:00-9:00pm. A workshop for those who would like information about disability and initial government programs that can be accessed in Alberta.
  • Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol (for FMS Staff) Monday, March 7 / 6:00-9:00pm. A workshop that explores ways to reduce the risk

 

RESOURCES

  • Whodunnit? (comes with a kit) Monday, February 21st 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm, Online. Use your very best investigation skills and mind power to solve the mystery and discover whodunnit! Registration required.
  • Family Day Storytime with Anna and Waddles Monday, February 21st 2:30 pm – 2:45 pm, Online. Join Anna, Waddles and Bobbles the Penguin as they read “Connor McMoose and the Lonely Birthday.” No registration required.

In Person
Visit your local branch to see what’s happening! We’ll have family-friendly activities to complete
in-branch or take home. Drop-in activities vary by branch. No registration is required. For more information or to access our online events,
check out epl.ca/familyday.

  • Life Plan Workshop Overview: Your loved one doesn’t have to live a “Special Needs” life. Discover how they can live an “Awesome Ordinary” adult life! Register for the ‘Life Plan Workshop’ and discover the 7-step system to build their life plan.

[LIVE: February 22 & 24 @ 7 PM ET!]

Free Registration link:
https://www.empoweringability.org/workshop/

  • Caregivers Alberta has SO many important programs and events coming up over the next few months! Some offerings include:
    1. “Something’s Gotta Give!” Juggling Care Work and Paid Work in Mid-Life
    2. Writers’ Circle: Journaling for the Caregiver
    3. COMPASS for the Caregiver
    Learn more about their events here: https://www.caregiversalberta.ca/calendar/

 

VOLUNTEER

  • Come volunteer for our upcoming Casino fundraiser on May 15 and 16 at the Starlight Casino! We are in need of Cashiers, Chip Runners, and Count Room Attendants. Snacks will be provided to all who volunteer! Don’t wait – first come, first served for desired shifts. Please reach out to sandra@gatewayassociation.ca to sign up today!!

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FOR FAMILIES

  • The Family Resource Centre (FRC) has many exciting online learning opportunities coming up! To register, or for more information, click on the title of the workshop below!
  • Visioning and Planning for Families with Children Up To 8 Years Old
    Tuesdays, February 1-22 | 6:00-8:00pm. Join our 4-part workshop series that empowers parents/caregivers of 0-8 year olds with disabilities with knowledge, resources, and a sense of direction for the future. We will touch on a variety of topics including values and belonging in the community, visioning and planning, various transitions during early elementary school, navigating various systems age appropriate for families with younger children as well as advocacy and having difficult conversations.
  • Envisioning the Future Saturday, February 5 | 9:00am-12:00pm. This single-session workshop, for Funds Administrators and staff, focuses on the importance of valued roles for people who live with disabilities, and how Funds Administrators and staff can help the people they support to develop a vision for the future.
  • Families Forward Meeting – Under 18 Tuesday, February 8 | 7:00-9:00pm. Where families can connect with other families, learn from one another, and explore issues that are important (such as schooling, leadership, and community and government support). February topic: Tour of Gateway’s app, Gateway to Digital Inclusion & exploration of the Caregiver Road Map
  • Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol (for Funds Administrators) Thursday, February 10 | 6:00-9:00pm. This workshop, for Funds Administrators and staff, explores what can be done to reduce the risk of abuse and how to handle situations when abuse is suspected. Note: This is a mandatory course for Funds Administrators under Family Managed Supports with Disability Services.
  • More Than Just a Job Wednesday, February 16 | 6:00-9:00pm. This workshop, for Family Managed Supports (FMS) staff, will help you identify your values and how they apply to your work in supporting others. You will learn how to deeply know the person you are supporting, and how to build relationships both within the support network and within the community. You will gain resources and tools to excel in your role. Note: The ‘Envisioning the Future’ workshop is a prerequisite for this session.
  • Families Forward Meeting – Not Eligible for PDD? Now What? Wednesday, February 16 | 7:00-9:00pm. Monthly meeting for families with loved ones with disabilities who are ineligible for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) supports.

 

FOR JOB SEEKERS

  • Build a Website – Increase your digital and social skills in this work simulation. Work as a part of a team to build a website for a company you help to create.
  • Internet Navigator – Learn the internet basics in this fun and interactive course. Searching, sharing, connecting, and more.

 

RESOURCES

  • Life Plan Workshop Overview: Your loved one doesn’t have to live a “Special Needs” life.
  • Discover how they can live an “Awesome Ordinary” adult life! Register for the ‘Life Plan Workshop’ and discover the 7-step system to build their life plan.[LIVE: February 22 & 24 @ 7 PM ET!]Free Registration link:
    https://www.empoweringability.org/workshop/

To check out February Online Programming schedule and to register, please click here!

 

VOLUNTEER

  • Volunteers needed for our May 15 & 16, 2022 Casino at Starlight Casino. To sign up, please email sandra@gatewayassociation.ca for your application.

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FOR JOB SEEKERS

  • Information sessions: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/234504157247
  • Every Wednesday from 10-11am. Click the link (this can also be found on the ERC workshop calendar on the website)
  • We have opened up all of our workshops for the week of the 17th-21st and all can be read about and registered for via the Employment Resource Centre workshops calendar: Upcoming Events › ERC › – Gateway Association
  • Sessions include Know Your Rights; Employment Rights and Standards Workshop, Job Search Workshop, Interview Preparation Workshop, Learn Mindfulness with Sachin, Employment Program information session as well as the GTDI Information Session (all on the calendar)
  • All GTDI programs are also open to all for the week of the 17th- 21st (Flyer attached can register by emailing getdigital@gatewayassociation.ca)
  • January 19th, 1:30-2:30: Industry Information Session: Careers with Jubilations Calgary and Edmonton: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/247311664847
  • January 31st, 1:30-2:30: Industry Information Session: Careers with The Edmonton Public Library: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/229407593287

 

FOR FAMILIES

  • Having Difficult Conversations – Monday, January 17, 6:00-7:00pm. During this short 1-hour workshop, we will explore what conflict is, how we respond to it and some key principles for good communication. Let’s get talking!
  • Transition Planning for Adulthood (4-Part Series) – Tuesdays, January 18 – February 8, 6:00-9:00pm. Transitioning to adulthood is one of the most important life transitions we experience. Youth ages 16-20 require support in navigating this critical time of life. This workshop offers parents the opportunity to acknowledge the fear of the unknown and move forward with the acknowledgement that together we will work to support the values of each individual and family as a community. This is a four part workshop.
  • Families Forward for All Ages- Wednesday, January 19, 7:00-9:00pm. Where families can connect with other families, learn from one another, and explore issues that are important (such as schooling, leadership, and community and government support). January topic: A representative from the Government of Canada will be joining us to share how you can sign up for the Disability Savings Plan and other Tax Credits.

February 2022

  • Visioning and Planning for Families with Children Up To 8 Years Old (4-Part Series) – Tuesdays, February 1 – February 22, 6:00-8:00pm. Join our 4-part workshop series that empowers parents/caregivers of children up to 8 year-olds with developmental disabilities with knowledge, resources, and a sense of direction for the future.
  • Envisioning the Future – Saturday, February 5, 9:00am-12:00pm. This single-session workshop, for Funds Administrators and staff, focuses on the importance of valued roles for people who live with disabilities, and how Funds Administrators and staff can help the people they support to develop a vision for the future.
  • Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol (for FMS Administrators) – Thursday, February 10, 6:00-9:00pm. This workshop, for FMS staff, explores what can be done to reduce the risk of abuse and how to handle situations when abuse is suspected.
  • Join us for the first Families Forward meeting of 2022 to learn about Disability Savings Plan and Tax Credits from a representative from the Government of Canada.

 

VOLUNTEER

  • SAVE THE DATE – May 15 & 16, 2022. Gateway will soon be seeking volunteers to work our annual Casino. Stay tuned for more details and how to get involved!

 

RESOURCES

  • You’re invited to join us in the FROZEN land of Arendelle with the Ice Queen & Ice Princess for a Brrr-illiantly FUN evening of really cool activities!
  • Let it Go, Let it Go, The Cold never Bothers Us Anyway so Show Yourself by registering for our FREE event that is open to all ages on Friday evening, January 28th at 6:30 on Zoom.
  • All One Can Do Is the Next Right Thing as space is limited! Don’t get left out in the cold…

 

Launch! Quickstart Planning Tool

  • January 19, 24, & 29th, 2022
  • Presented by the Sinneave Family Foundation
  • Bringing individuals together to reconnect and focus on building the life they want by using our planning tool.
  • Part 1: Wednesday, January 19 – 6PM to 8:30PM
  • Part 2: Monday, January 24 – 6PM to 8:30PM
  • Option Wrap-Up: Saturday, January 29 – 9AM to 12PM

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Tel: 780-454-0701

 

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Calgary, AB T2G 1M8
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