The Edmonton Philippine International Centre
is in south side of Edmonton at 10104 32 Avenue NW, Edmonton.
Watch the CBC Our Edmonton
feature on the
Edmonton Philippine International Centre (EPIC)
We invite you to our upcoming event, specially designed for the Filipino and wider community!
Join us for an afternoon of learning, growth and celebration.
Stress Management Strategies | Career Path Exploration | Empowerment through Canadian Credentials | Parol Making | Yoga & Meditation | Art Therapy | and more
Free and open to the public.
A partnership of EPIC and Sundance College
JOIN THE EPIC JOURNEY!
We are looking for individuals who are:
* dedicated to EPIC's mission and values
* experienced in nonprofit governance, fundraising, project management, communications, etc.
* creative and strategic thinkers
* committed to fostering diverse perspectives and inclusive practices
Nominate the individuals you know, or self-nominate!
Edmonton Mayor and City Council
officially welcome the opening of a Philippine centre in our city
I thank the Edmonton Philippine International Centre for your work in building community, sharing resources and celebrating culture. The opening of your physical space in south Edmonton will serve both Filipino-Canadians and the larger Edmonton community and supports our City goal of building a more inclusive Edmonton.
The Filipino Spirit Shines Through
Over the last decade, the Filipino community in Edmonton and surrounding areas have seen a tremendous growth in numbers and diversity. Filipinos in the city have contributed to the economic vibrancy of the city through local businesses they have established in the city, recognition of Filipino art and culture, and most importantly their many talents and skills in the professional, not-for-profit and sports sector. The proliferation of Filipino organizations demonstrate their capacity for self-development and potential to participate in the civic life of the city.
EPIC is an aspiration of Filipino-Canadians in Edmonton to share their culture and heritage with all Canadians and to be part of a robust intercultural city.