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Youth Programs 

Youth Outreach

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Our Youth Outreach Team is committed to helping youth succeed and move forward with anything that life throws their way. 

The goal of our Youth Outreach Program is to connect with youth (aged 12-22) that are facing any of the vast arrays of challenges that teens and young adults deal with today, but don’t necessarily have a healthy or extended support system to help navigate these challenges.

Youth Outreach is self referred, please text or call the intake line: (403) 618-3149 

For more information regarding Youth Outreach email

As the community grows so does the demand for more BGC Resources.  Check out our Be Involved page to see how you can make a difference.



What is WiseGuyz?

It is an evidence-informed participatory program specifically designed for teenaged guys to promote mental health, healthy relationships, and prevent adolescent dating violence. While research evidence indicates it can be considered a violence prevention program, this is not the focus of the program’s content.

Instead, WiseGuyz provides a safe space for participants to discuss and explore the impacts of gender stereotypes and build essential relationship skills (friends, family, romantic), and other social emotional and life skills through fun, impactful activities

Dungeons and Dragons 

Grab your lyre and staff and join the adventure! The CLUB will be hosting Dungeons and Dragons on Thursdays so sign up now to join the campaign! It will be a small group of 5, plus our dungeons master. This group will begin on January 4th, running from 4-6pm. The campaign is planned to have a total of five sessions, running once a week. We have a volunteer dungeon master that will be running this exciting new group! Must be between the ages of 12-17 to join. You don't need to have experience to join, just come excited and ready to play! Join the campaign today!

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Learn On!

Learn On is a BGC Canada program for youth aged 13-21 which aims to bridge systemic inequities in educational attainment, enhance academic opportunities for youth, and support youth as they enter adulthood by providing educational and social supports in Clubs. Learn On is funded by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) through their Supports for Student Learning Program (SSLP).

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