Immigrant Newcomers

Recreation, Parks, Wellness, and Quality of Life for all
We are committed to building healthier and happier communities and citizens by developing and promoting recreation and parks. We deliver a variety of programs that enhance the quality of life of all Albertans and also work in collaboration with our Indigenous communities.
Players celebrate ATP's 45th year.
We create community by producing relevant, high-quality contemporary theatre; by playing a national leadership role in the development and creation of new Canadian plays; and by bringing audience and artists together in an exchange around the work.
We use arts and community development processes to create opportunities for youth to become more engaged in their community and experience increased community connection. We develop collaborative community arts projects that engage youth and communities. Our plans receive direct input from youth.
Big Horn Sheep in North America
We ensure the ecological integrity and well-being of the Bow Valley ecosystem through education, research and outreach. We promote sustainable communities and environmental stewardship by engaging youth, residents, visitors, and local businesses though outreach programs and our community resource...
BVC Graduation ceremony June 2015
We empower individuals to Learn a better living and Live a better life. Once learners begin a journey with us, there is no barrier they can't overcome and no limit to how high they can rise.
Every single kid counts.
We work for positive change in the community by improving the lives of vulnerable children and youth through services that recognize and respond to their emerging needs because we believe that every single kid counts.
Kids flinging a brightly coloured parachute at camp
We provide quality social, recreation and self-development opportunities for people with disabilities to connect, grow and belong. Between Friends members develop self-confidence, accomplishment and a sense of responsibility while learning new skills and making friends
Building an inclusive Calgary
Since 1990, we've been empowering immigrant youth to fulfill their potential in Canadian society. Last year we helped over 11,000 individuals bridge the journey to Canadian life and find a sense of belonging.
Syrian family devastated to learn their boy has congenital heart defects and required open heart surgery.
We partner with the community to help immigrants and refugees settle and become contributing members of Canadian society. We ensure that new Canadians are welcomed and that they are able to regain and maintain a life of dignity and self-worth.
Hands overlapping in support
We empower current and future generations in Calgary's Chinese community by acting as a bridge to mainstream institutions and organizations.

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