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Keeping Alberta’s homeless shelters safe and secure

Keeping Alberta’s homeless shelters safe and secure

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Ifter organized by Bangladesh Heritage and Ethnic Society of Alberta in Edmonton

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Sunday, 18 June 2017

Mahmuda Alam: A free community Ifter organized by Bangladesh Heritage and Ethnic Society of Alberta at Parkdale Community Hall in...

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BHESA celebrates Bangladesh culture

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Bangladeshi-Canadians who live in the Edmonton area are connected through a number of local cultural organizations, one of which is BHESA, the Bangladesh Heritage and Ethnic Society of Alberta. In this article we want to introduce this organization and its people to a broader audience...

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BPCA, a hub for information about International Mother Language Day

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The Bangladesh community in Edmonton and vicinity area is made up of a bunch of colorful and vivid people, pursuing a number of interesting activities. A recently build organization named the Bangladesh PressClub Centre of Alberta (BPCA) has started an interesting intiative and is eager to become a hub of information about International Mother Language Day...

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Keeping Alberta’s homeless shelters safe and secure

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June 29, 2017 The government is investing in 17 homeless shelters across the province to ensure they remain safe and accessible to all Albertans.(Media release). Twitter

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MJMF supports Bangladeshi and Canadian Youth

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Mahinur Jahid, who died at the age of 27 in a tragic car accident, is the inspiration behind the Mahinur Jahid Memorial Foundation (MJMF) which was created by his family to cherish the memory of a lost son and brother...

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