Kingsland Community Association

Kingsland Community Hall
505 - 78 Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta T2V 0T3
Office Manager and Hall Rentals 403) 255-1400
Fax: 403) 255-1407

Kingsland Community Hall


Glenbow Museum

  • Complimentary Admissions to all First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people during regular museum hours.

ARPA's The Okotok Indigenous River Camp online programming has been launched!

In case you haven't heard, due to COVID-19, Alberta Recreation & Parks Association (ARPA) is moving several elements of our Okotok Indigenous River Camp online for 2020. The goal of this programming is to connect Indigenous Elders with the community so that they can share their wisdom and pass their knowledge forward.

These sessions are FREE so click here to see upcoming webinars for August as well as an archive of past recordings. Please note that we are adding new sessions all the time as we confirm with Elders. So spread the word and add this info to your programming calendars! Contact Janet Naclia, ARPA Programs Manager, at with any questions.

Okotoks Indigenous River Camp

The Indigenous Shelter Diversion Support COVID-19 Response Fund

This is for Indigenous singles, couples and families whose stability in their housing has become compromised due to COVID-19 under the following criteria:

  • Reduced Hours of Employment
  • Employment Terminated
  • Laid-off of Employment
  • Obtaining CERB, but is less than regular income prior to COVID
  • Seasonal employment delayed or cancelled due to COVID
  • Dual-employment family - one partner lost employment or laid-off or hours reduced due to COVID
  • Not eligible for CERB

Temporary Assistance for the following areas

  • Evictions
  • Rental Arrears
  • Damage Deposit due to Eviction
  • Damage Deposit to relocate to affordable options
  • Utility Disconnections
  • Utility Arrears


June is National Indigenous History Month
Visit Government of Canada: National Indigenous History Month

While June is the national month of celebration, and National Indigenous Peoples Day is celebrated on June 21, we encourage learning to happen throughout the year.

Public Event: A Virtual Celebration for National Indigenous Day
Sunday, June 21st


Aboriginal Awareness Week Calgary is hosting a virtual celebration on June 21 for National Indigenous Day. This year's theme is, "Keeping the Circle Strong through Mother Earth's Future Generations" You can check out the event schedule here (music, story telling, speakers, and Indigenous performances by local artists) and join the celebrations!

Public Event: CDLI Meet-Up: Creating a Culture of Equity and Reconciliation
Wednesday, June 17th
from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
via Zoom, register for free at Eventbrite

Please join us. CDLI, Carya and the Federation are collaborating to host a conversation to reflect on Calgary communities' collective learnings from the June 9 webinar hosted by the Tamarack Institute, and what that means from a Calgary specific context.

Public Event: "What Does Reconciliation Mean To Me?"
Thursday, June 4th
from 5:00 - 7:00 pm
via Zoom, register for free at Eventbrite

Join us for conversation and dialogue "What does Reconciliation mean to me" hosted by Tools For Social Work students, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, in partnership with community social worker for Marlborough. Everyone is welcome!

Five years ago the Truth and Reconciliation released its final report least we forget. The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls also released their final report.

Right now there is unpresented movement uniting the struggle for justice. Yes, the world is in turmoil because we saw exactly what white supremacy looks like. We can no longer look away. So if we are no longer comfortable with the status quo, we step in. We can think critically how the roots of white supremacy and colonialism are linked in Canadian history. Each of us can reflect what our call of action is - not just in June but every single day.
Thank you, Lemlem
text message to 403-880-6045.