Alberta Association for
Multicultural Education

Assisting Alberta citizens and their organizations with ongoing dialogue, education and traning in the areas of multiculturalism and anti-racism.

Cultural Harmony


The Alberta Association for Multicultural Education was created as a coordinating body to facilitate the work of educators, community organizations, groups and individuals involved in multicultural and anti-racism issues and projects.

AAME's vision is an inclusive society in Alberta that values, respects and celebrates its diversity.

Our purpose is to focus on the social and educational issues affecting multiculturalism and diversity issues and work towards growing cultural harmony among all Albertans. 

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Become a Member

Become a Member

Members of AAME receive a newsletter, special invitations, a complimentary multifaith calendar and the ability to access our grant funding.

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Get Funding

If you are an Association member interested in applying for funding towards your AAME project,
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Multifaith Calendar

We've partnered with the annual Multifaith Action Society to help raise funds for AAME through the sale of their annual Multifaith calendar. This visual masterpiece acts as a unique and comprehensive resource that demonstrates inclusivity and encourages us to better understand the diverse cultures of our communities.

The Multifaith Calendar is the leading source of complete and accurate dates, times, and descriptions for 370 events (including over 180 religious and cultural occasions).

In this 2022 Multifaith Calendar, we celebrate RESILIENCE and the hope that keeps us afloat, even during the most difficult times.

Land Acknowledgement

The Alberta Association for Multicultural Education acknowledges all sacred land within Treaty 7, including Blackfoot Confederacy's traditional territories; Siksika, Piikani and Kainai Nations; the Stoney-Nakoda, including the Chiniki, Bearspaw and Wesley Nations; and the Tsuut'ina First Nation.

We honour the land where the Bow River meets the Elbow River: The traditional Blackfoot name for this sacred place is Moh'kins'tsis (The City of Calgary), the ancestral homeland to the historic Northwest Métis and Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.