Cross Cultural Leaders Summit on Community Economic Development on April 28, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.


E4C and Ogaden Somali Community of Alberta Residence (OSCAR) would like to invite your group / organization’s leadership to participate in Edmonton’s first Cross Cultural Leaders Summit on Community Economic Development on April 28, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

This Leaders Summit will focus on the following topics:

1- How non profit organizations, businesses and government officials can share resources in building prosperous community.

2- Identifying the needs and concerns of African-Canadians and Indigenous-Canadians and other cultural Canadians in Edmonton.

SAVE THE DATE: April 28, 6:00pm to 9:00pm

LOCATION: Edmonton Room at Stanley Milner Library in downtown Edmonton (7 Sir Winston Churchill Square).

There is NO COST to the Leaders Summit and dinner will be provided.

The registration deadline is April 24, 2016. Please email to confirm your attendance.  Be sure to include your full name, email address and the organization that you work for, representing or you are affiliated with.

At this event, we will be hearing from Councillor Scott McKeen and MLA David Shepherd about their governments’ work on community economic development. By bringing together government officials and Edmonton’s community leaders – African, Indigenous, businesses, and other stake holders – we will also discuss key issues facing economic developers, local Aboriginal and African leaders, community planners, and more.

Please note that there are limited seats and we will only be able to accommodate to those that show interest first.

Confirmation of program will be sent out as soon as possible.



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The mission of the Ogaden Somali Community of Alberta Society (OSCAR) is to enhance the social well-being and the welfare of the Somali Community, with the ultimate goal of building a healthy and a vibrant community whose members can successfully settle and effectively integrate into the wider Canadian society. Read More about “MISSION”

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