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If You Are in North East Calgary and You Need Help 
Call 1-833-217-6614 

Centre for Newcomers (CFN) is pleased to announce the formation of and participation in the new Calgary East Zone Newcomers Collaborative (CENC). CENC believes a strong community is created through building relationships. As a group we hope to welcome newcomers in East Calgary and support them with all needs through our group’s collective free services. The zonal approach, created by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is a community model for inclusion for all newcomers to Calgary.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Because of the ongoing pandemic, CENC has created a rapid response specifically to help our mandated constituents: newcomers and ethnocultural communities, with all of their ongoing COVID-19 related needs. 

For more information contact Anila Lee Yuen

Chair, Calgary East Zone Newcomers Collaborative, CFN President & CEO

      a.leeyuen@centrefornewcomers.ca 

403-537-8800

              

You’re Not in This Alone! 

 

  • You don’t have to go to work if you’re sick. Know your rights, contact us now.

  •  Apply for government Covid-19 relief. There are financial supports available for workers. 

  • You’re not alone, everyone is feeling the strain of the pandemic. Reach out now for food relief.
     

If you or someone you know has tested positive for COVID-19 and you need information and support in your home language, please contact (toll free) the multilingual emergency response centre at 1-833-217-6614. A cultural broker will get in touch with you over the phone to answer your questions and provide referrals in the following languages:
 

Amharic
Arabic

Cantonese

English

Farsi
 

Filipino
French 
Gujarati
Hindi
Italian

Mandarin
Nepali
Pashtu
Punjabi
Sindhi

Somali
Spanish
Tigrinya
Urdu
Vietnamese

To hear this important message in your own language simply click the box below.
AMHARIC
00:00 / 01:15
FARSI
00:00 / 01:03
MANDARIN
00:00 / 00:47
SPANISH
00:00 / 01:04
ARABIC
00:00 / 01:08
FRENCH
00:00 / 01:21
PUNJABI
00:00 / 01:45
TIGRINYA
00:00 / 01:19
CANTONESE
00:00 / 01:00
HINDI
00:00 / 01:07
TAGALOG
00:00 / 01:09
URDU
00:00 / 01:21

Support for this initiative comes from the Province of Alberta, the City of Calgary and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

“Calgary’s community-based organizations are in the best position to reach out to people in their communities and mobilize resources to help those in need. I know these dedicated people are committed to ensuring their communities receive vital supports in these challenging times. Alberta’s government is proud to work with these community partners to provide funding to enable this outreach.”  

 

Hon. Rajan Sawhney, Minister of Community and Social Services, Province of Alberta

“This is an incredibly difficult time. COVID-19 has impacted every Calgarian, but we know the impact of this pandemic has been disproportionate for our neighbours and friends in northeast Calgary, many of whom are working critical frontline jobs. I’m so proud of this collaboration from across the community to ensure that residents in impacted communities are receiving the supports they need. It’s critical that every Calgarian understand their rights in this situation and have access to the programs and resources that are available. I would like to send a huge thank you to all the incredible organizations and outreach workers who are supporting our community when we need it most. We will continue to get through this challenging time, together.”

 

Mayor Naheed Nenshi, City of Calgary

“I am grateful to represent so many hardworking frontline workers who call Northeast Calgary home. We owe these workers a debt of gratitude for all they’ve done to ensure our city survives these challenging times. The best way for us to show our gratitude is to adhere to public health measures that help reduce the spread, such as wearing a mask in public, physically-distancing, receiving the vaccine once it’s available, and avoiding gatherings in the meantime.  


If you are able, please shop at local businesses. They need our financial support now more than ever. This has been a difficult year for Calgary, and the City will continue to provide critical community supports as we enter the new year.”  

 

Councillor Chahal, City of Calgary

“Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada is pleased to support the Calgary East Zone Newcomers Collaborative through our contributions to direct settlement services and the Calgary Local Immigration Partnership. The Calgary Centre for Newcomers has demonstrated leadership in bringing all the key players together within IRCC’s new zone framework for ensuring positive outcomes for newcomers. We know that the pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on our most vulnerable populations, but I am hopeful this initiative will connect newcomers to the right services when they need them most. Together, we will get through this pandemic and come out stronger.”

 

The Honourable Marco Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

CALGARY EAST ZONE NEWCOMERS COLLABORATIVE MEMBERSHIP

Action Dignity - www.actiondignity.org
Alberta International Medical Graduates Association - www.aimga.ca
Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth - www.cbfy.ca
Calgary Public Library www.calgarylibrary.ca
Centre for Newcomerswww.centrefornewcomers.ca
Cite des Rocheuses - www.citedesrocheuses.com
Distress Centre - www.distresscentre.com - 211 for 24/7 services
Immigrant Services Calgary - www.settlementcalgary.com
Momentum - www.momentum.org
Mosaic Primary Care Network - www.mosaicpcn.ca
Prospect - www.prospectnow.ca

The Alex - www.thealex.ca
The Immigrant Education Society - www.immigrant-education.ca
Trellis - www.growwithtrellis.ca
Women in Need Societywww.winsyyc.ca
YMCA - www.ymcacalgary.org
YWCA - www.ywcalgary.ca

For information on Calgary's West Zone please contact

the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society 

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We are closed on Statutory holidays and long weekends

 

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1010, 999 - 36 Street NE

Calgary, AB T2A 7X6
 

(located inside the T & T Pacific Place Mall. -  Please use the northeast entrance off of 36 st, 12 Ave NE. No access from 33 st NE.
 

 

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Phone: 403.569.3325
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