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The Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo was established in 1985 to support cultural groups and newcomers through programs and events and to foster cross-cultural awareness and understanding.

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Online Survey

The Collaboration for Religious Inclusion is conducting an online survey on religion, hosted by Applications Management Consulting. This online survey includes a fun Trivia Quiz about religion in the Wood Buffalo region. You will be able to see your Trivia Quiz results! Take the quiz now: www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2712974/Collaboration-for-Religious-Inclusion-Survey

All information collected will be kept confidential and will support the development of an Action Plan on religious diversity in the Wood Buffalo Region. Should you have any questions, please contact executivedirector@multiculturefm.org or 780-791-5186. For general information about the Collaboration for Religious Inclusion, please visit CRI website at: http://criwoodbuffalo.wix.com/home.

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Job Opportunity

Executive Director, Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo

The Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo (MCA) is seeking an Executive Director who will lead a non-profit organization with a major role in the development of the community. Reporting to a governance model board, the ideal candidate will be committed to being an active member of the community and interacting positively with other social profit and corporate organizations. It is expected that the successful candidate will have experience with diversity and leading a high performing team. The ideal candidate has relevant post-secondary training for the position.

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Testimonial

"I would like to thank the Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo for the opportunity to take part in the Canada Day Parade, showcasing Wood Buffalo's cultural diversity. We enjoyed both the parade and just as much as the process of preparation to it, where we had to come together and get creative! All the efforts your association puts into enriching life for cultural communities in Wood Buffalo, makes us feel more engaged, involved and comfortable."

- Olesea Gogu Litvinova, Russian Speaking Community of Fort McMurray

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