Located at the Cronquist House: 4707 Fountain Drive, Red Deer
Phone: (403) 346 - 0055 | Fax: (403) 347 - 8759
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Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta (ACFA) Régionale de Red Deer

Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta (ACFA) Régionale de Red Deer

Address: #16, 7464 Gaetz Avenue, Red Deer, Alberta, T4P 1X7
Phone: (403) 986 - 4350
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Website: www.acfa.ab.ca
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Red Deer Regional ACFA is a branch of the provincial organization representing Francophones in Alberta province. Our goal is to maintain the support of the Francophone community: the promotion of education in French, the service books publishing in French, cultural activities such as concerts, theater, cafes meetings, reception or advice to tourists or Francophone immigrants and more.


 

Central Alberta Cameroonian Community

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Website: www.camerooncommunity.weebly.com


The CACC is a non-profit organization that aims to provide social and economic assistance and a cross-cultural platform for Cameroonians and friends living in Central Alberta.


The main objectives of the association are to:

- Assemble all Central Alberta Cameroonian
- Become an inspirational source of culture for people in Central Alberta of Cameroonian descent.
- Organize and implement social, cultural and educational activities that meet the needs and interests of our members.
- Provide orientation and first assistance for Central Alberta newcomers

We welcome any person of Cameroonian descent and others, interested in the Cameroonian culture, to join our Association.


 

Central Alberta Film Festival

CAFF Logo          Address: #3, 7476 49th Ave, Red Deer, AB T4P 1M2

          Phone: 403.347.2627

          Website: www.cafilmfestival.ca

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CAFF encourages and supports local, national and global film production and looks forward to providing fun and meaningful experiences for amateur and professional filmmakers. As a cultural organization, CAFF seeks to enrich the film experience for both the audience and the filmmakers. CAFF believes that Canadian films and filmmakers are unique and imperative to our culture. Through proper educational and fun activities, CAFF seeks to create awareness and develop a whole new generation of cineastes for our local and national cinema. CAFF aims to do this through exclusive promotions, celebrations, festivals, showcasing films and other film-based activities.


 

 

Central Alberta Immigrant Women's Association

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   Address: 110 5017 49 ST Red Deer, AB, T4N 1V4
   Phone: (403) 341-3553
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   Website: www.caiwa.ca
 
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Central Alberta Immigrant Women’s Association (CAIWA) is a charitable, not for profit organization committed to the attainment of social, economic, and cultural inclusion of immigrant women and their families in Central Alberta.

CAIWA offers crucial programs and services to the most vulnerable and isolated segment of our community. Our services and outreach make a difference to the lives of thousands of newcomers in our community of Central Alberta.


 

 
 

Central Alberta Refugee Effort (C.A.R.E.)

Central Alberta Refugee Effort (C.A.R.E.)Address: #202, 5000 Gaetz Avenue Red Deer, AB, T4N 6C2
Phone: (403) 346-8818
Fax: (403) 347-5220
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Website: www.immigrant-centre.ca
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We help immigrants and refugees adapt to their lives in Red Deer and Central Alberta by providing many settlement services such as language training, settlement counseling for adults and youth, translation and interpretation, and social integration programs. We also provide inter-cultural awareness training for organizations to encourage a most welcoming community for newcomers. Many of our dedicated staff have immigrated to Canada and helping newcomers is more than just a job.