ALBERTA CARES about Housing and Homelessness, but we see very little improvement year after year, and it seems things are only getting worse! It is time our government took it seriously. 2023 is a big election year for our province, let’s make this a top priority in the new legislature!
Join over 100,000 fellow Albertans of every age, faith, culture and ability as we stand together in rallies happening across the province from March thru May. Help spread the word! Invite your friends, family, neighbours and coworkers. Sign the petition here. Register at your local rally. Talk about it with our hashtag: #Albertacares2023
Edmonton Area – March 24 at 2:00 pm
Location: the Alberta Legislature.
Orgnaizing team contact: Pastor Mike Van Boom – firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP to the Edmonton rally by signing up here.
Calgary Area – May 7 at 3:00 pm
Location: McDougall Centre (pending confirmation)
Organizing team contact: Anne Landry – info@CalgariansForHousingRights.ca
RSVP to the Calgary rally by signing up here.
Additional locations (updated as they become available)
- Red Deer – TBD
- Lethbridge – TBD
- Medicine Hat – TBD
- Grande Prairie – TBD
- Camrose – TBD
- Other – Don’t see one in your area, but willing to host? Contact us and we’ll add your community to the list!
What kind of solutions are we advocating for as part of a new plan? Click here for some of the main ingredients, and one big idea that will kickstart immediate results!
What’s all involved in hosting a rally? It’s pretty straightforward. A planning guide will be available *here* shortly. Please connect with Pastor Pam Richards if you are willing to help coordinate in your community at: email@example.com
Why did we choose this time slot? 2:00pm on a Friday is after Muslim prayers and before the Jewish Sabbath. On a Friday afternoon, most school kids are restless to escape the classroom, and some schools have historically made room for community engagement in these hours. Might businesses be willing to take an early coffee break and go for a stroll together? Maybe…