Central Albertans can get to know their new neighbours

Informative intercultural workshops are being offerred by CARE starting Jan. 30

Become more knowledgeable about your culturally diverse Central Alberta neighbourhood.

Most area residents interact daily with immigrants and refugees in our changing region. It’s an advantage to acquire intercultural knowledge to assist in relationship building, cross-cultural communications and for encouraging a welcoming and inclusive community, said CARE’s public awareness co-ordinator, Jan Underwood.

Informative Intercultural Workshops are being offered by the Public Awareness Program at Central Alberta Refugee Effort. They will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 30, Feb. 27, Mar. 27.

To attend, please pre-register with the Central Alberta Refugee Effort, 403-346-8818.

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