News The Week of June 1st to 6th

Tomorrow: Monday, June 1: Green Line Calgary Alliance Action at City Hall

 We have asked for 50 people to come to City Hall at 9:30 am on Monday June 1st for a socially distanced action. Please go to our sign-up link below to see if we still need people, as we can only have 50 people to comply with health regulations. If you are coming you must register at: .

Thursday: June 4 at 7-8:30p.m. (MST) Imagining a Better Tomorrow Webinar

"Join hundreds of leaders from unions, citizen organizations and congregations across Canada, the US and the Northwest to be inspired to work together to REIMAGINE the kind of community our faith and democratic traditions call us to create."

Register in advance for this meeting here:

AND, email Ryan at [email protected] to let him know that you have registered.

Ongoing Monthly Events

Research Action & Strategy Meetings are monthly and are always open to members of the alliance.

Mental Health Research Action:

June 1 at 7p.m. (First Monday of every month)

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Truth & Reconciliation Research Action:

June 8 at 8p.m. (Second Tuesday of every month)

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Environment Research Action:

June 16 at 7p.m.(third Tuesday of every month)

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Social Isolation Research Action:

June 23 at 7 p.m. (Fourth Tuesday of every month)

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Strategy Team Meeting: 

June 25 at 11 a.m. (Fourth Thursday of every Month)

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Upcoming June Events

Trauma Informed Care Webinar:

Next Monday, June 11: 7-9 p.m. Click here for more information and to register.

Trauma-Informed Care is about recognizing the prevalence and impact of trauma in our communities and then using this understanding to influence how we interact with people to create emotionally and physically safe environments.

Join us for a conversation with Agnes Chen and Vicki Park from CUPS Calgary on the importance of Trauma-Informed Care.

Domestic Violence Webinar:

Thursday, June 25: 7-9 p.m. Click here for more information and to register.

“Domestic violence is at epidemic levels in Alberta with 1 in 3 individuals experiencing violence in their lifetime. The impact of domestic violence knows no bounds. Incidents of domestic violence exist across rural and urban areas, within all cultural and faith communities, amongst university educated professionals with a roof over their heads and those who don’t know where their next safe place to sleep will be.

Join us for a presentation by Carolyn Mitchell, Real Talk Program Coordinator at Sagesse. Carolyn Mitchell works as the Real Talk Program Coordinator with Sagesse.

This presentation is jointly sponsored by CACG, Calgary Interfaith Council, and the I-CARE (Interfaith Community Approach Resisting and Eliminating Hate, Racism and Violence) Task Force.