Current Events

AHS Community COVID Conversation


Dr. Michael Zakhary, Medical Officer of Health, in partnership with REACH Edmonton, invites you to a virtual conversation on March 9, 2021 from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.


The presentation will be made in Arabic. Following an update on the status of COVID-19 in Alberta and AHS’ response – including vaccine safety – Dr. Zakhary will answer your questions.

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Chief Community Council Applications
deadline February 28

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Commitment to Action Lunch and Learn: Recruit Training
Feb. 23

This lunch and learn will include a presentation from Mike Hickey, Sargent in Recruit Training at EPS as well as a question and answer session.

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Commitment to Action Lunch and Learn: Hate Crimes
March 2


This lunch and learn will include a presentation from Gary Willits, Sargent in Hate Crimes at EPS as well as a question and answer session.

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Commitment to Action Lunch and Learn: Harm Reduction
March 19


This listening session will include leadership from the HELP Unit, David Crisp, Acting Insp. in the Social Response Branch at EPS, as well as Acting Sup Int. Kellie Morgan in Social Policing Division.

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Responding to Hate and Discrimination on the Frontline
March 24

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As a frontline service provider, clients you serve may experience hate, racism and discrimination but how do you recognize it and identify how to best support these community members?

This webinar, for frontline service providers, will provide:

simple tools to help you identify discrimination, racism or hate
know where to document and report.

In order to confront the realities of hate, it is important that helpers in community work to acknowledge the experiences and the hurt that it causes as well as know what we can do to help to ensure people have access to remedy.

Commitment to Action
As we seek to build, repair, and strengthen relationships, we want to ensure we create the space to hear directly from community on their experiences with policing, and ideas moving forward. While we will be attending community led sessions as invited, we will also be hosting a handful of sessions throughout the city.

Roundtable conversation on Discrimination in the Arts

We would like to invite you to join us for our 13th Session of the Challenging Discrimination Through Community Conversations Series on Discrimination in the Arts.

We will be joined by Alethe Kabore, a fashion/textile artist & entrepreneur, and owner of Kyn Apparel; Nisha Patel, Edmonton’s Poet Laureate; and Gomathi Boorada, director of the Saraswathi Society for Dance and Music in Edmonton.

Date: February 17, 2021 – 1.00pm to 2.30pm MST

REGISTER HERE

Working Stronger

Alberta’s Virtual Mental Health Conference

Date: March 9-10, 2021

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Alberta Global Talent Conference

You are invited to join the Alberta Global Talent Conference – now online!  This event is for you if you are a:

 

1) mentor or interested in becoming a career mentor

2) professional trained outside of Canada looking for support to transition your career to Canada

This event is free.

Date: February 25, 2021

REGISTER HERE

Listening to Communities – A Grassroots Approach to Addressing Intimate Partner Violence in Migrant Communities

Hosted by John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre Seminars

Most seminars take place from 12:00 – 13:00 MDT/MST on Thursdays via Zoom application. Everyone is welcome!

Date: February 18, 2021

Join on Zoom
Meeting ID: 991 3564 2812

Renaming and Removing Public Memory
12th Session of the Challenging Discrimination Through Community Conversations Series
Presented by – Centre for Race and Culture, Edmonton Community Foundation and Edmonton Historical Board
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Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Course Jan. 11- Feb. 22 – presented by CAMH

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Ongoing Events

  • Welcoming Cities and Leadership Workshop Series Presented by Centre for Newcomers Click Here
  • Webinar –  Real Talk: Break the cycle of domestic violence hosted by Sagesse. Register Here
  • Webinar – Training – AAISA is offering a variety of webinars supporting professional development during COVID-19. Register Here
  • COVID-19 and Racism Webinar playback hosted by AAISA Click Here

 

Family Caregiver Wellness Workshops 

These courses are taught by nursing instructors of NorQuest College and the courses currently focus on assisting with daily living activities such as mobility, hygiene, mealtime and medication. Our end goal is to ensure that family caregivers feel empowered to care for their (elderly) loved ones in the home setting. Click Here 

DISCLAIMER – On this page you will find links to webinars and training. The content in the webinars and training are created by the host, not ELIP. Users are encouraged to exercise their own due diligence in verifying the information. 

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