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The family of Sana Elache, and The Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo invites you to join us in celebrating the life and times of our beloved Sana Elache.
This Saturday September 23rd at 1:00pm: Diamond Ballroom at Shell Place MacDonald Island, 1 C. A. Knight Way, Fort McMurray.
From far and wide, please dress in your colorful attire and come prepared to share your fondest memories and stories about Sana Elache. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages us all to make a donation to The Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo in Sana’s honour. You can make cheque payable to Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo or use the form below to donate online.
The event will also be livestreaming at 1:00pm (MST) so you can follow on our Facebook page
“The fun about Fort McMurray is that we live side by side and live happily, it is a community that empowers others to act” Sana Elache
The Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo was established in 1985 to support cultural groups and newcomers through programs and events and to foster cross-cultural awareness and understanding.Read More
The religious inclusion study was comprised of a survey and an interview designed to test knowledge and awareness of other religions and to gather thoughts and experiences relating to religion and spirituality from the general public in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB). Respondents were 18 years of age or older and lived and/or worked in the RMWB. The survey was conducted online in April to December of 2016 and January to March of 2017. The interview was conducted over the telephone in January to February of 2017.
"I would like to thank the Multicultural Association of Wood Buffalo for the opportunity to take part in the Canada Day Parade, showcasing Wood Buffalo's cultural diversity. We enjoyed both the parade and just as much as the process of preparation to it, where we had to come together and get creative! All the efforts your association puts into enriching life for cultural communities in Wood Buffalo, makes us feel more engaged, involved and comfortable." - Olesea Gogu Litvinova, Russian Speaking Community of Fort McMurray
Video Credit: Greg Halinda