This Thursday, June 27: Domestic Violence Webinar: at 7-9p.m.
Thursday, June 25: 7-9 p.m.Clickherefor 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.
The Green Line received City of Calgary approval this past week. Now, a letter received from Transportation Ric McIver indicating the Green Line project will be reviewed by the province is pause for concern. The Calgary Alliance for the Common Good has responded with a committment to write the province and involve our membership.
From 660 News:
"That’s prompted the Calgary Alliance for the Common Good to write to all Calgary MLAs including McIver and Premier Jason Kenney ensuring they keep their end of the bargain."
The full article with letter, the City of Calgary's response and our committment to keep the Green Line alive can be found here.