Alberta Chapter

Contact Information

For information about a support group near you, or to create a group in your community, please contact:

Alberta Chapter
Contact: Chloe Kilkenny
PO Box 30483 Chinook
Calgary, AB T2H 2W2
Phone: (403) 237-7022


Download the Alberta Chapter’s 2010 Health Package >>

Chapter Events

bones-n-beer-march-3-2Education Sessions

Please contact Chloe Kilkenny (Silver), Educator, at or call 403-237-7022.

Volunteer Recruitment

Volunteer We Want You Photo

Volunteers are the backbone to the Alberta Chapter, and we are seeking volunteers to fill a number of positions!  

Executive Volunteers – Fundraising & Leadership:
We are looking for motivated, dynamic and professional individuals to join our Chapter Executive. Opportunities are available in leadership, fundraising, event planning, communications and more.
Time commitment: 2-3 hour per week and attending monthly executive meetings.

Event Volunteers:
Individuals can assist with planning for events and helping out in various roles at events.  In particular we are looking for volunteers to assist with our Casino in the spring. 
Time commitment: varies depending on time of year, approximately 1-2 hours per week.

If you are interested in volunteering in another capacity please don’t hesitate to contact us!

Take Action. Apply Today

Phone: 403-237-7022 or email 



An archive of newsletters produced by the Alberta Chapter of Osteoporosis Canada.

Spring 2012 Newsletter


Meet our Executive Committee!

Radio Broadcast – OSTEOPOROSIS on “The Inside Story” with Michelle Boden

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Fitness Tips


Spring 2011 Newsletter


Osteoporosis Canada Launches ‘Bone Fit’ Program

No Bones About It – Good Yoga Practice is Beneficial

The AB Chapter Stadiometer – How Do You Measure Up?

Osteoporosis Canada Patient Bill of Rights


Spring 2010 Newsletter


Food and Wine– Fundraising event a ‘Sparkling’ Success

Resiliency – Can you and your bones bounce back


Fall 2010 Newsletter

 Fall 2010 Newsletter

New Vitamin D Guidelines:A key factor in good calcium absorption

2010 Annual General Meeting a Success! – Alberta Chapter Chair Wins Award!

Nordic Walking and Osteoporosis – Fracture prevention is an important component of helping those with Osteoporosis maintain a high level of health and continued independence.


Available positions / Volunteer postings

For more information about volunteer opportunities with the Alberta Chapter contact us by phone at (403) 237-7022 or email us at


Upcoming Events

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    CANCELLED - "Support" Your Bones in the Simcoe County & Muskoka Region