Monday, 26 June, 2017

IofC Canada’s Annual Report of 2016 was completed in late May, and distributed to members by email and by post. The Annual Report contains general highlights from 2016; stories and events on youth engagement, bridge building, communications and finances are also included in the report.

Sunday, 07 May, 2017
Calgary open house event

Nineteen participants attended Calgary’s Spring Tea and Open House on April 22nd. Participants viewed IofC Canada's new introductory video, and listened as Janyce Konkin, organizer of the event, highlighted the local work done over the past 2 years as well as the four main focus areas as approved by the Board of Directors last year.

Wednesday, 03 May, 2017

The Montreal team announces that, as of March 1, 2017, the main office of IofC in Quebec will be located at 2715, Chemin de la Côte-Ste-Catherine, Montreal QC H3T 1B6.

Monday, 01 May, 2017

Members of the IofC team in Québec region - Robert Lapointe, Marie Émilie Lacroix and Lucie Pagé - participated in the "Spring of Alternatives" event organized by the Network of the Social Forum Chaudière-Appalaches on Saturday April 22, 2017 in Quebec City.

Sunday, 05 February, 2017

We are in solidarity and prayer with the Muslim Community. We remain committed to building bridges between people of all cultures and beliefs.

Wednesday, 25 January, 2017
Janyce with Cambodian youth

Janyce Konkin presents IofC's message to Calgary Cambodian youth as they celebrate the Paris Peace Accord 25th anniversary.

Wednesday, 25 January, 2017
Lee Crowchild elected Chief

Lee Crowchild, longtime IofC Canada member was recently elected Chief of his Nation.

Wednesday, 25 January, 2017
Farmers Dialogue Cambodia

IofC Canada’s Peter Heyes attends Farmers' Dialogue in Cambodia
Battambang, Cambodia, November 30, 2016-- It’s a win-win situation for all concerned. Long-time IofC Canada member Peter Heyes from Sturgeon County, Alberta, spends eight months a year in South East Asia, supporting the work of IofC,

Monday, 23 January, 2017
Compass program helps Stoney-Nakoda First Nations youth find direction

“The Compass Program was very useful to bring out to the (Stoney-Nakoda First Nations) community because it helped participants with their self esteem,” said Alana LaBelle, long-time IofC member and coordinator of another youth program, as she summed up her impressions at the end of three days of self-development activities led by Janyce Konkin, IofC’s Regional Coordinator of Programs in Alberta.

Monday, 23 January, 2017

On November 16, a group of 40 students in Social Science, and two teachers spent an hour and a half learning about the reality of Canadian Aboriginals.