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Alberta Men's Survey Results Launch Event: Edmonton


2,425 males over 18 years of age took the Alberta Men's Survey. Join us for an engaging discussion on what we've learned from the survey, why it matters, and what happens next. The evening will feature guest speakers from the survey leadership team, visual representations of the results, performances from local artists, and opportunities to connect to other community members and find out how to get involved. Adults 18+ are welcome to attend this free event on a topic which affects us all. Space is limited, please register before November 20 to ensure you're able to attend @

With special guests

MLA Rod Loyola
MLA David Shepherd
Dr. Liza Lorenzetti

Featuring music from

Kirk Leblanc
Erin Mulcair
Enoch Attey, Sean Sonego and guests

& the creation of a live art piece by Perry Medina

For more information on the survey, please visit

Light refreshments and non alcoholic beverages will be provided as well as a cash bar.

Please e-mail with any questions or comments.


November is Family Violence Prevention Month in the City of Edmonton, and November 25 marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and the start of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.


Edmonton, and Alberta as a whole, has been plagued by extreme rates of domestic violence severely affecting families, workplaces, and communities. The majority of the most severe forms of this violence has been perpetrated by men against women. It is time to explore what this means for our city and province and what can be done to improve the situation at the level of primary prevention (addressing root causes) and interventions aimed at engaging men and boys in domestic violence prevention. Engaging men and boys in domestic violence prevention has been labelled as a priority by the provincial and municipal governments in working towards healthy and safe communities. This event will bring together community and service providers to catalyze discussions around engaging men and boys in Edmonton.