Citizen Engagement

Ducks Unlimited Canada
We connect people to nature and a healthier world through wetland conservation. We use expert science and partner with others to conserve marshes, ponds and bogs across Canada. These critical areas provide clean water and habitat for waterfowl and wildlife, including species at risk.
EMS Foundation logo
The Emergency Medical Services Foundation supports education, research, and injury and mental health prevention initiatives for front line EMS staff
Group of resident-led engaged participants
An umbrella of more than 40 ethno-cultural community groups of African, Caribbean, Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern descent; we work with everyone to build strong communities and cross-cultural connections so that we achieve a more respectful, inclusive and welcoming society for all.
Fish Creek
By engaging the community through education and awareness, we strive to preserve this naturalized urban park that experiences over 3 million visits per year, for the enjoyment of all community members.
Friends of Kananaskis Country - Working Together to Build Trail Culture
Working together to build trail culture - we develop opportunities and programs for individuals to experience Kananaskis Country through engagement and sharing. In partnership with Alberta Parks, we engage in the stewardship of Kananaskis for current and future generations.
We work to support board members and volunteers of community based not-for-profit organizations who improve neighbourhood life in Calgary by providing programs and services that help them build their organization’s capacity to support and mobilize residents, and to be on the front lines of...
A class of school children dressed in brightly colored shirts overlooking the Bow River valley from Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park.
The Glenbow Ranch Park is a unique example of Alberta's rich cultural and ecological history. Our Foundation, along with our many volunteers work tirelessly to conserve these lands and enhance the visitor experience through our educational programming, research initiatives and events.
Logo of the Next Up Climate Leadership Program.
We build leadership capacity in the social change sector.
Heritage Park Steam Engine and Historical Village
"Discover How the West was Once" at Heritage Park Historical Village, Canada's largest living history museum. We connect visitors to the settlement of Western Canada from the 1860s to the 1950s by preserving, recreating and celebrating our distinctive Western Canadian heritage.
Cooking Group
We believe that given a strong sense of community through home, work and play, individuals can be more successful in their relationships and as members of society.

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