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  • School lunches for children with food allergies

    Is your child, or someone you know, allergic to peanuts, almonds, hazelnuts, eggs, fish, or wheat? Chances are high that someone close to you has food allergies – and 1 in 2 Canadians knows someone with a serious food allergy. Serious food allergies are those that can cause severe physical reactions in our bodies once the allergen is consumed – ranging from hives on or…

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  • I want to be a Police Officer. What do I need to do?

    Becoming a police officer is one of the most challenging and rewarding careers that you can choose today. As a police officer, no two days will be alike, you will meet many different people with very different backgrounds, and you have the opportunity to specialize in a given skill or move up through the ranks to attain senior status. As a police officer, you will…

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  • Our Canada, Our Story

    Join the Ethno-Cultural Council of Calgary for an innovative evening of community theatre in a performance that depicts Canada’s history, beginning with our indigenous roots and culminating in our 150th birthday. This project will bring to life Canada’s heritage and diverse history from the experiences of the First Peoples of the land and those who came after. It weaves together the narratives of our many…

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  • What to do in Calgary this weekend: December 2 & 3, 2017

    December is finally here! As we begin to celebrate the holidays and the end of the year, we’re pleased to showcase several cultural events and programs happening in Calgary this weekend. Find your next activity below! Citizenship Study Classes Saturday, December 2 / 10:00 am to 1:30 pm Our partners at Immigrant Services Calgary will be offering another series in their successful two-session Citizenship study…

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