MCAF is chiefly responsible for promoting and fostering a positive and welcoming community for Fredericton’s newcomers. They provide support and programming for the city’s multicultural population. Whether for entertainment or for the well-being of Fredericton’s newcomers, MCAF is always hosting events or launching programs to promote and support the city’s multicultural population.
The New Brunswick Multicultural Council is a bilingual not-for-profit committed to serving immigrant associations and populations in Fredericton, and other parts of the province, through lobbying efforts, community events and programs. NBMC provides a number of newcomer resources targeting at helping foster immigration to the province.
Centre Communautaire Sainte Anne is the hub of Fredericton’s Francophone community. The community centre is home to a daycare, public school, theatre public library and a health centre. CCSA host social events, concerts, art shows, churches services and much more.
Fredericton is home to a large number of multicultural associations spanning a diverse range of cultures. Here are a few of the multicultural organizations operating in the city.