AHC Tax Clinic 2024

What to Expect From the AHC Tax Clinic: Call or walk in to our office (10578-113 Street NW, Edmonton, AB) to book an appointment. You will receive a confirmation of email/text message or a booking card.   Before your appointment, prepare documents and confirm personal information listed below: Government Issued ID (Ex. Immigration documents, Driver’s…

Fall 2023 Business Training Wraps Up with Pitching Practice and La Prosciutteria

After three months of beginner and advanced streams of business training on essential topics like marketing and sales, business regulations and licensing, pricing and profit scaling, management methods and client relations, our Fall 2023 Business Development Training Program recently wrapped up with Business Pitching Workshop. Each entrepreneur was able to craft impressive business plans and…

RECAP: AHC’s 2nd Annual Community Experience Sharing Forum – Building Inclusive Communities: A Common Vision

This past November, AHC’s Community Capacity Building Program hosted their 2nd Annual Community Experience Sharing Forum – Building Inclusive Communities: A Common Vision With a focus on fostering a strong sense of community and celebrating the power of collaboration, the day saw community members and leaders with diverse backgrounds come together, share their varied experiences,…

AHC’s Stem-Literacy Club Receives Canada Post Community Foundation Support

Earlier this October, AHC staff met with Canada Post to receive a generous grant of $20,000 (and a lovely plaque) from the Canada Post Community Foundation to support a significant initiative in Edmonton – AHC’s STEM-Literacy Club. The after-school program provides a free and accessible space for marginalized children from low-income, indigenous, immigrant, refugee, and…

Rural Small Centres Hosts Winter Badminton Tournament in Camrose.

Earlier this October, AHC’s Rural Small Centres’ Team hosted their first Winter Badminton Tournament in Camrose.  Inclusion in sports has innumerable benefits for youth, but many newcomer youth face barriers to sports due to sports organizations and facilities not anticipating their background and accommodating to their different languages and cultures.  We are so happy to…

Recap: English Corner – Exploring Multiculturalism in Canada

Over the summer, AHC introduced English Corner, a series meant to bring people together to celebrate and learn about multiculturalism in Alberta while improving their English skills. Every session asked community members to share as a group about their own cultural experiences while learning more about how various cultures approach different customs like clothing, colour,…