Red Deer has experienced tremendous growth in its population, and is now the third largest urban centre in the province.
Every community in Canada, and around the world, is competing to draw business, draw individuals, draw families, to set up and make this the place they want to be. People’s choices to live in a community are varied – job, quality of life, work/life balance, quality of health care, the list is endless. This requires all of us to work together, across all four pillars, to find balance in all – Economic Prosperity, Social Inclusion, Cultural Participation, Civic Engagement. In doing so, we can co-create a city all people choose to call home.
of Red Deer’s population is born
outside of Canada.
Of that 9.7% classify
themselves as a visible minority.
Tagalog 21.1% Spanish 15.5% German 7.7%
Top 3 non official languages spoken in Red Deer:
different nationalities are represented in Red Deer.
Cultural diversity benefits a community economically and enriches it socially, when all residents are supported and feel their contribution is valued.
The greatest results are achieved by the work of the whole; of immigrants and non-immigrants, of individuals and organizations within the community.
The Local Immigration Partnership is a collective model which relies on every person and organization working together to contribute to making Red Deer a more vibrant community.
Events and News
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Making Life Easier Research Project – Partnering with Red Deer College to complete this project, weare seeking 150 immigrant men who are willing to give an hour of their time to complete a survey that will help gain an insight into their settlement experiences within…
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On the auspicious occasion of Vaisakhi, Central Alberta Punjabi Cultural Society cordially invites City of Red Deer Family for an evening full of fun and cultural program on April 15, 2017 from 6 pm until midnight where with family everyone can enjoy appetizers, sweet dish & tea, dinner with vegetarian as well as non vegetarian dishes, dessert, professional cultural performances, open bar and dance party
Labour Market Trends Survey (Survey open April 1st–31st) – Businesses, organizations, employers; you are the holder of vital information regarding our local economy. By completing this survey you will share your views on areas of strength and need within the workforce. This will aide in bridging the gap in planning in workforce development, training, education and qualification, and hiring practices.read more
Supporting Lives in Central Alberta – Partnering with Red Deer College to complete this project, we are seeking 150 immigrant men…read more
Do you have questions? Want to get involved in Red Deer’s Local Immigration Partnership? We’d love to hear from you. Email us at [email protected] or fill out the form.