The Edmonton Multicultural Coalition Association (EMCA) hosted a two-day event on September 23 and 24 2023, titled Nourishing Cultural Exchange. The events were funded by the Government of Alberta. Similar to our Culture Days event last year, our goal is to provide opportunities to showcase and integrate diverse ethnocultural communities with the mainstream Edmonton
“Telling Stories Together: Youth Lens” aims to build the capacities of youth from diverse communities (ethnocultural and mainstream) through the art of writing stories that have affected them profoundly and then vocalizing them in front of an audience. This project was funded by the City of Edmonton. Through this project, we attempt to bring
We are an organization that strives to live our lives and mission on our own terms, focusing on the niche and the impact of the work we do. Edmonton Multicultural Coalition Association held its 16th Annual General Meeting on June 24, 2023. It is a bit earlier than August of last year, as we
On Saturday, May 13 2023, I can only think of the number 3 as we held our event – Members' meeting, Civic Engagement and Candidate Forum. Our event had three parts and three objectives; I think it was a win-win-win. Members, volunteers, animators, staff and supporters of the Coalition gathered together to celebrate milestones,
The Edmonton Multicultural Coalition (EMC) is wrapping up 2022 on a happy note after receiving great news from our community animators who are part of our All Together Now (ATN) Program. ATN is funded by Family and Community Support Services (FCSS). Some of the crucial goals of ATN are
The Edmonton Multicultural Coalition hosted a two-day event on September 24 and 25, 2022, titled "Building Communities through Language and Literature." We endeavored to integrate diverse ethnocultural communities with mainstream through an ethnocultural lens of arts and culture. In the pre-Culture-Days preparatory phase, seven ethnocultural communities formed four groups.