By Amber McLinden
Claire Hwang, an immigrant from Korea, has been living in Canada for 18 years. On Dec. 21, she took her first ever ski lesson. While learning any new sport can be intimidating, Claire and her kids came out the other end of their day of lessons with a new skill that they were eager to keep developing. With a new reason to brave the snow and cold Alberta winter, Claire kicked off her journey. Here’s a sneak peek at how the day went.
Congratulations to the first ISC Volunteer of the Month for 2020: Chander Anand.
Join the Crew, Click Into #NewSkiAB
By Doc Pow, guest contributor for Immigrant Services Calgary
Ever wondered what an Alberta winter is really like for people who venture out and into the mountains? You might notice that when you see someone who plays outside in the winter, they have a healthy glow – this is what we call “skier’s cheeks.” They just look really happy and content.
GivingTuesday is a global charitable movement dedicated to helping people unleash their power and those organizations that support them. At Immigrant Services Calgary, you can help transform Calgary in one of several ways. On our front page, click the "donate" button on the top right side. From there, you can then choose a cause you wish to support including:
Congratulations Akram Zangeneh, on being ISC’s Volunteer of the Month for December!
Immigrant Services Calgary (ISC) and Seekers Media are proud to announce their partnership on a new visibility initiative that will be welcoming newcomers to Alberta and connecting them with winter sports.
CALGARY, AB. – November 4, 2019 –
Moving to another country can be a challenging proposition, but help is now available with a tap of the finger.