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The Celebrating Edmonton's Italian Community
project is a joint initiative of the Heritage Community
Foundation and the National Congress of Italian-Canadians,
Edmonton District. Its intention is to continue oral
history work begun by the Dante Alighieri Society in the
early 1970s and continued by Italians Settle in Edmonton
Historical Society in 1982. Adriana Albi Davies, Ph.D.
Executive Director of the Heritage Community
directed research for the Italians Settle in Edmonton
project and together with David Ridley, Director of
Research, Heritage Community Foundation, has undertaken oral
history work for the Celebrating Edmonton's Italian
Community Project. The oral history work will continue
beyond the immediate development of Celebrating Alberta's
Italian Community website and will document, in particular,
the generations encompassed in the immigration of the 1950s
onward and including younger, third and fourth generation
individuals of Italian ancestry.