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WeEmploy Inc. and the Tribal Chiefs Employment & Training Services Association (TCETSA) sign partnership to deliver more employment access to Indigenous communities

Tech firm WeEmploy Inc. signs strategic deal with First Nations groups to implement a unique System of Support (SOS) that caters to Indigenous-led businesses, non-profit agencies, educators, government and individuals in need.

Since its inception 14 years ago, the TCETSA has worked toward creating stable, healthy and self-sufficient Indigenous communities empowered through meaningful employment.

SOS provides a central point of access, extending WeEmploy’s platforms of service beyond the company’s well-established roots in employment and recruitment. The MOU provides TCETSA-referred businesses, agencies, and individuals with access to WeEmploy’s SOS services:

Business-building tools:

  • Intellicruit, WeEmploy’s trademarked employment technology, connecting businesses looking to employ indigenous people
  • Community engagement, cause awareness, marketing support
  • Onsite training, leadership and mentorship within the fields of employment, volunteer, social enterprise and marketing

Funding network: A unique digital platform for funding and resource acquisition

Social resources: Access to social resources for people in need, i.e. job seekers, newcomers, volunteers

Performance Metrics: citing Return on Impact and effectiveness analytic

To learn more visit



1 in 11 babies are born premature in Alberta and many of these babies need human milk to survive.
Calgary Mothers’ Milk Bank is a community based, not-for-profit organization that provides pasteurized donor human milk to sick and fragile babies.
One donation can feed 4 to 6 babies a day.
If you’re a new mother or a mother to be, you can help by becoming a milk donor.

Visit or call 403.475.MILK (6455).



The Dilawri Group of Companies, owned and operated by brothers Kap Dilawri, Ajay Dilawri and Tony Dilawri, today announced a $7 million donation to the SickKids Centre for Research and Learning and the Patient Amenities Fund through The Dilawri Foundation.


A $5 million donation will be recognized with the naming of the Patients, Populations & Policy neighbourhood at the Centre to be opened in summer 2013, where researchers will seek to improve the health and quality of life for children and their families. In addition, the Dilawri Foundation has pledged a $2 million commitment to the newly established Dilawri Foundation Patient Amenities Fund. The Fund is a source of financial assistance for families with limited resources whose children are being cared for at SickKids.


Proceeds from a new annual gala hosted by the Dilawri Group on Saturday, September 29 at Toronto’s historic Fort York will support the $2 million commitment for patient amenities. Further details about the gala will be announced in June. This generous donation marks the 10th anniversary of The Dilawri Foundation’s commitment to philanthropy.


The Aboriginal Friendship Centre provides care for children, elderly, the homeless, and is committed to building a resourceful Aboriginal community.


The Aboriginal Friendship Centre is an ethical, community minded organization, respectful of Aboriginal Cultures and Teachings for the benefit of all Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples.


Visit for more information on the Aboriginal Friendship Centre.

Being the new kid in class can be scary.

Imagine being in a new Country not knowing anyone! That can be terrifying. Immigrant Services Calgary can help.


They appreciate the valuable contributions immigrants make to our Country, and they are here to help with the challenges faced daily when settling in a new country.


Working together with Immigrants to make Canada home That’s what they do! For more info visit


By informing, educating and training the Calgary Multicultural Centre has been bridging the gap between newcomers, cross cultural groups and mainstream society in Calgary and Southern Alberta for over 30 years. 


They offer programs and services which help immigrants integrate into Canadian Society, they also help Canadians learn about and appreciate cultural Diversity.


For more info visit

Imagine giving a bird wings so it can fly. Imagine giving special needs children every chance to flourish. The Ability Society does just that.


55,000 children in Calgary are living with special needs. The Ability society provides a variety of innovative programming, adaptive equipment and strategies to help them achieve a higher quality of life and become active participants in our community.


For information on how YOU can make a difference visit


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