Angels Corner Project


The Angel Street Project was first created in Iqaluit, Nunavut. Angel streets, crescents, squares and corners are being developed all across our country as a reminder that violence and abuse are unacceptable and that respect, fairness and equality are the rights of all our citizens. Angels Corner shines a light on the violence and abuse faced by women in our society. It stands as a reminder of women who have lost their lives to violence and of the help available for women living with violence and abuse. Angels Corner is meant to be a place of reflection on the past and hope for a society free from violence against women.

The Big Country Anti Violence Association (BCAVA) has committed to the creation of an Angels Corner in Drumheller. The committee successfully completed phase one of his two-phase Angels Corner Project in the spring of 2014. The unveiling of Angels Corner was held in June of 2014. The BCAVA is hoping to have the second phase of this project completed in the spring of 2016. If you have any questions about the Angels Corner Project or about other projects and initiatives of the BCAVA feel free to contact the committee at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .