169th Liberian Independence Day Celebration

Hosted by ALIKE -Kitchener and UCLAL – LONDON

Outdoor activities:
Soccer & kickball matches, featuring Lansana Kromah and Prince Wright
Starts at 12pm at the Dorchester Arena

Indoor Activities:
Dinner & Party, Keynote speaker is John McCarthy
Doors open at 7pm, party ends at 2am

Ticket Cost $20

Summer Student Project Assistant

Position Project Assistant
Type Summer Student
Organizer ACFOLA

Job Description
The Project assistant would under the supervision of the Executive Director or the Project Manager carry out the following duties:

Offer support by completing office assistance to the community outreach coordinator and to other Office personnel

In addition, the successful candidate may also be asked to undertake duties to support committees at ACFOLA, such as:

  • Attend committee meetings and assist with planning activities.
  • Work in collaboration with other staff at ACFOLA.

Academic Background

Desirable Skills
The successful candidate will have demonstrated proficiency in:

  • Written and oral communication.
  • Use of IT


  • May 25 to September 3rd (Up to 16 weeks)
  • Number of Hours per Week Requested: 37.50 hours

11.25 per hour plus standard vacation pay and benefits.

Other requirements

  • Great Work Ethic
  • is between 15 and 30 years of age (inclusive) at the start of employment
  • was registered as a full-time student during the preceding academic year
  • intends to return to school on a full-time basis during the next academic year
  • is a student in a secondary, post-secondary, CEGEP (Quebec only), vocational or technical program, university
  • is a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident, or person on whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act*
  • is legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial / territorial legislation and regulations.

*Foreign students are not eligible.


We are exited to announce that we will be hosting our 2015 AGM at the Goodwill Career Centre and all community members are welcome to attend!

Click here->2015_2016 AGM Agenda

Information for Electing a Secretary:
Below is a Nomination form for you or somebody you know in your community or circle of friends that might be great for this very important position.

The Executive secretary is a signatory position.
The position and requires highly organized and time management skills.
These are amongst the duties and responsibilities of the Office
as per our current constitution:
17.4.1 It is the duty of the Secretary to keep updated minutes of all the meetings of the Federation.
17.4.2 The Secretary will be responsible for maintaining correspondence.
17.4.3 The Secretary will be responsible for maintaining a membership list of all official members as well as keeping all the Federation documents and records.

The Secretary is also the Custodian of the Constitution

Click here->Nomination Form
Click here->Electoral Rules 2013

Liberian Association: Fundraising Dinner & Dance

The United Canadian Liberian Associations of London invites you to a Fundraising Dinner and Dance!

Proceeds from this activity will be sent to the Christian Health Association of Liberia (CHAL) to promote their ongoing work in the health care sector in Liberia.

Contact info:
Prince Wright
Or call 519-637-7981 / 519-200-2703

Enhancing Community Response to Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health

We are thrilled in inviting you to take part in the Seeds of Change Stakeholders Meeting. Seeds of Change is a multi-faceted project designed to enhance the community responses to immigrants and refugees that are struggling with mental health and addiction issues.
We are finalizing our training products, to support three main stakeholder populations: 1. the Informal Community, composed of English as a Second Language (ESL) Teachers, Faith Leaders and Religious Organizations, and Settlement Workers; 2. the Service Providers’ workers involved in the field of mental health and addictions; 3. and immigrants and refugees, not only as potential clients of the services hereinabove cited but also as experts and protagonists of our activities.

Our Canada Workshop

You are invited to a one-day national workshop taking place in London, on Thursday November 26 called “Our Canada.” The LMCA is one of the on-the-ground partners of this initiative along with CCLC and Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration

Regional Cross-Canada Workshops are an opportunity to have an open and productive conversation about faith and faith-based issues and to discuss new situations that have emerged with the growth of Canadian multiculturalism. The workshops introduce a professional development module and toolkit that can be added to existing diversity training initiatives.

The Canadian Race Relations Foundation, Canada’s leading agency dedicated to the elimination of racism and the promotion of harmonious race relations in the country. Please share this with any interested colleagues.

Cultural Diversity Tuesdays

The London Cross Cultural Learner Centre (CCLC) proudly presents Cultural Diversity Tuesdays. We will be featuring a Speaker Series in 2015 on diversity and culture, highlighting personal experiences or perspectives. Learn about cultural differences, why sometimes cultures clash, why some situations are humorous and others serious.

On November 24th, Gaurab Tewari, human rights activist and international development consultant will highlight the story of the “Rohingyas: The Forgotten and Persecuted Minority of Myanmar-Burma”.

Additional dates for our upcoming Cultural Diversity Tuesdays will be announced soon. This series is provided by the Intercultural Services and Resources department at CCLC.

LMCA 2015 Gala-Helping Syrian Refugees

Dear All Friends and All Community Leaders,

London Multicultural Community Association is Celebrating the 4th Anniversary. You and Your Community are cordially invited to the LMCA Celebration Gala 2015. This year we are having the gala at
The Polish Hall on Saturday, November 14, 2015.

Door open at 5pm, Dinner at 6pm, Cash Bar open and Dance after Dinner.

Save the date.  Together, we are going to make this year’s celebration gala more meaningful – Helping Syrian Refugees by joining the gala.

All proceed after expenses will go to help Syrian Refugees.

This year’s features including:

Keynote speaker,

Sing your heart out Karaoke,
Dance after dinner.

For Info and/or Reserve tickets for yourself and/or for your community,
Please call 519-702-1384 or email: londonmulticulturalcommunity@gmail.com
Posters will be sent out later.
$30 – Ticket
$300 – Table of 10 seats, Your name or organization’s name will be print on every table menu.
Please, let your friends and your community know and come to the gala singing and dancing for a good cause.
Best regards,
Alex Tang
London Multicultural Community Association

ACFOLA Health and Safety Fair

The Employment and Settlement Committee of the African Canadian Federation of London and Area (ACFOLA) invites you to our first annual Health and Safety Fair on Saturday, October 31, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event will be held in the Labatt Lounge and Market Hall on the mezzanine of the Covent Garden Market at 130 King Street in downtown London. The community at large is welcome to participate in this event.
Objectives of the Fair include:
• To increase health awareness and disease prevention in the community by providing health screenings, educational information and related activities
• To connect the African community to health services and resources
• To increase awareness of local, provincial and national health services and resources
• To motivate African  participants to make healthy, positive changes in their behaviour
• To teach self-care practices