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Things to do in YYC this July

Posted on Thu, Jun 30, 2022 By:
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Festivals Indigenous Pop-Up Concert July 1 from 8:00pm-10:00pm Free outdoor Indigenous Concert featuring Wendy Walker and The Reconciliation Tribe and special guests to be announced. Where: Bridgeland Riverside Community Association Cost: FREE Latin Festival July 22-24 Olympic Plaza Festival is a free and family-oriented, multicultural arts and entertainment festival highlighting the Latin American Culture. Cost…

Admin Team Interview: Lisa Kennedy

Posted on Mon, Jun 6, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogTelling our Stories

What’s your name, title and how long have you been working in your current role here?  My name is Lisa Kennedy and I am the Payroll Specialist at CASS. I have been at CASS since March 2020. What other roles have you had in the agency if any? I am currently working as the Lead…

National Indigenous People’s Day Events

Posted on Sat, Jun 4, 2022 By:
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Opening Ceremonies June 4th Where: Central Memorial Park 1:00pm – 4:00pm This event will kick off with Singers, Drummers, Dancers to showcase the heritage and culture of the Indigenous Community. Stew and Fry bread will be served. This event is in partner with Calgary Public Library. Click Here for more details: Indigenous Variety Showcase This…

Things to do in YYC this June

Posted on Sat, Jun 4, 2022 By:
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Lilac Festival June 5th on 4th street sw Enjoy free music, check out the vendors and enjoy some great eats all along the way. Here are all the details: Humainologie’s Empathy Week Festival June 1st to 7th A week-long festival that highlights our diversity and how we can be empathetic towards each other’s, culture,…

The CASS Report June 2022

Posted on Fri, Jun 3, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogThe CASS ReportTraining

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond in their role at CASS? How about a recipe for Bannock? Interested in winning some tickets to a Stamps game? You’ll have to check out the June issue of the CASS Report to find out more!