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David Anthony Hohol
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Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, David Anthony Hohol is a writer, photographer, traveller, educator, and communications specialist. He currently is the Director of Marketing and Communications at the Calgary Immigrant Educational Society and serves as on the Board of Directors of Neighbourlink.
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, David Anthony Hohol is a writer, photographer, traveller, educator, and communications specialist. He currently is the Director of Marketing and Communications at the Calgary Immigrant Educational Society and serves as on the Board of Directors of Neighbourlink.

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EthniCity Catering Holiday Menu
The festive season is fast approaching and CFN’s Ethnicity Catering is set to offer an amazing Holiday Menu. Our Chef Ajoy Sehgal has created a delicious holiday dinner menu that will cater to the diverse tastes of your guests. Providing a diverse menu whic...
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Business Skills Training for Immigrant Women @ CFN
CFN is happy to announce our collaborative effort with Enactus Calgary to bring our clients Empower Business Skills Training. Enactus Calgary identifies demographics within our city that require support and work with individuals to help them build the skill...
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Citizenship Week
Canada’s Citizenship Week ran from October 8th to the 14th. In the past 10 years, Canada has welcomed over 1.75 million proud new Canadians. Each year, in October, we take a week to celebrate and reflect on the rights and responsibilities all Canadian citiz...
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Citizenship Week
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Gender Equality Week
Canada is celebrating the first ever Gender Equality Week from September 23 to 29, 2018! The theme for Gender Equality Week is Gender equality benefits everyone, inspired by the vision of a gender equal society and the benefits of advancing gender equality ...
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Gender Equality Week
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CFN to Commemorate Orange Shirt Day September 27th
CFN will be commemorating Orange Shirt Day on Thursday, September 27th. Orange Shirt Day is the legacy of the St. Joseph Mission residential school's commemoration event originally held in Williams Lake, BC, Canada, in the spring of 2013.  It grew out of Ph...
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United Way Campaign Kicks Off
Last week, CFN proudly marched in the annual United Way Campaign kick off parade in downtown Calgary.  Organizations and people from across the city came together in a show of solidarity and care for the city we call home. The United Way partners with all a...
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CFN to Hold 8th Annual Resource Fair Sept 21st
Here at CFN we strongly believe community organizations play an important role in the settlement and integration sector and as a result we are always searching ways to better serve the people of Calgary. With this is mind, on Friday, September 21st, we are ...
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CFN Stands with LGBTQ Refugees & All Newcomers
For the second consecutive year, the Centre for Newcomers will proudly march in the Calgary Pride Parade. This year CFN’s staff, friends and volunteers will express solidarity with LGBTQ+ community struggles all over the world because of their sexual and ge...
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CFN and Downstage: Theatre Community Connections for Newcomers Debut Showcase
Professional Newcomer Artists on Stage with Ellen Close, Artistic Director, Downstage CFN has partnered with Downstage Theatre in the first of many initiatives under the umbrella of our Career Services for Professional Artists Programming. CFN and Downstage...
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First of it's Kind in Alberta: Rainbow Railroad Launch
The Centre for Newcomers is pleased to announce the opening of the Rainbow Railroad Station in Calgary, in partnership with the End of the Rainbow Foundation. The Station is supported by Rainbow Railroad out of Toronto and through a generous donation from T...
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