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Interview with Ethan Twoyoungmen – May 8, 2018

We sat down in Wyckham House at Mount Royal University (MRU) to catch up with Ethan a 19 year old young man from Morley who Canada Bridges met a few years ago. Ethan relocated not too long ago to Calgary to attend school and as he describes it “build a new lifestyle”. How did you […]

Posted in Blog, Home | Keywords: , , | July 16, 2018

Bridges’ Urban Transitions Mentorship Initiative!!

Our mentorship program matches Indigenous young adults, who are moving or have moved to Calgary, with an adult mentor living in Calgary. Do you think this is a good fit for you? Then contact us and lets explore it!! 

Posted in Blog, Home | Keywords: , , , | May 30, 2018

Call For Mentors

Call for Mentors!!!  Canada Bridges Ongoing Urban Transitions Mentorship Initiative We’re currently moving forward with mentorship recruitment. With summer on its way, and many of the young people Canada Bridges works with planning to attend university or pursue work in the fall, we’re hoping to find good people to act as mentors to these young […]

Posted in Blog | Keywords: , , , , , | May 2, 2018

Global Development: Views from the Center

by Ruth Levine This week The New York Times Magazine is dedicated to a single theme: women. The main attraction of this special issue is a stirring essay by journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, who write passionately about the great moral, national security and economic development imperatives of investing in the world’s women and […]

Posted in Resource Centre | Keywords: , , , | August 24, 2009

Overcoming Speechlessness

From: Alice Walker In this essay, Poet Alice Walker writes of encountering “the horror” (as in Joseph Conrad’s novel, ‘The Heart of Darkness’) in Rwanda, Eastern Congo and Palestine/Israel and finding her voice again after a period of speechlessness. Part of what has happened to human beings, she believes, is that we have, over the […]

Posted in Resource Centre | Keywords: , , | August 4, 2009

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