CommunityWise Resource Centre
#206A, 223 – 12th Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2R 0G9

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t: (403) 837 6678

Getting Here

BUS: Please visit Calgary Transit for the most up-to-date information. Buses stop at various points along 12th Avenue and along 1st Street. The C-train and many bus routes arrive on 1st Avenue and 7th Street SW which is a 5 block walk to CommunityWise. The Stampede/Victoria Park C-Train station is also a 6 block walk.

BIKE: 12th Ave is a part of the Calgary Cycle Track Network offering safer bike route access to our centre.  We have many metal bike parking rails on the sidewalk and next to the driveway in front of the building. If you need more secure parking for your bike during business hours you can ask admin staff to help find a spot in the backyard.

PARKING: Parking downtown can be a challenge. There is paid street parking on 12th Avenue and on nearby streets (no parking on 12th Avenue during rush hour 7:00-8:30 and 15:30-18:00). Street parking is free after 6 pm Monday – Saturday and free all day on Sundays. There is also an accessibility parking spot located directly in front of our building.


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Sue-Shane Tsomondo
Executive Director

Elsha Yeyesuswork
Editorial Intern

Board of Directors

Marina Crane,  President
Nina Sudra, Treasurer
Verna Mah, Secretary
Juan Ramirez, Director
Samuel Obadero, Director
Twinkle Banerjee, Director

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A world in which people welcome difference and embrace the space of encounter.


Embodied Experience: Your body and the meaning you carry, listening
Complexity: Rich and unfolding discourses, contextualized ethics, heterogeneity, making relations
Hospitality: Collaboration, conviviality, generosity, intercultural experience  
Experimentation: Risk, fearlessness, curiosity, interdisciplinarity


M:ST acknowledges that we stand on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot and the people of the Treaty 7 region, which includes the Siksika, the Piikani, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina and the Stoney Nakoda First Nations. The City of Calgary is also home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.

Amidst the ongoing social, cultural and environmental effects of colonialism, we are committed to dialogue and collaboration with Indigenous artists and communities as part of our mandate to foster performative art practices in Southern Alberta.