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Sep
12
Wed
2018
Refugee Vision Care
Sep 12 all-day
Sep
15
Sat
2018
All Nations Grand River Water Walk 2018 @ Headwaters of the Grand River
Sep 15 – Sep 29 all-day

The All Nations Water Walk will begin at the headwaters of the Grand River and follow the beautiful river-ways. The walk is intended to honour the water and connect all peoples to creation. It is also a walk in memory of the late Violet Caibaiosai, one of the original Water Walkers.

Boozhoo, Hello.

My English name is Mary Anne Caibaiosai. I am bear clan Anishnaabe kwe from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory, Manitoulin Island. I have received and follow traditional teachings passed from my Elders from my territory and from the Midewewin lodge. I currently reside in Kitchener, Ontario.

I am being led to walk along the Grand River, following in the footsteps of Josephine Mandamin, an Anishnaabe Elder, the original water walker. She has honoured the water by walking around the Great Lakes.

This journey on both sides of the Grand River will start mid-September. We will honour the Grand River by praying for, singing for, and carrying her with a ceremonial pail. We will follow our beliefs and teachings that water is life; has spirit and without her we would not be here. Our word for water is “Nibi” and we say “Nga Zichiige Nibi Onji – We do it for the water”.

This walk is not just a walk; it is a ceremony. We are walking to help the water. We believe when we sing for her, offer her good words and prayers, that she will become clean. It is important that men and women of all ages and color will come to walk for her.

If people cannot walk but want to help the water walk in some way, there are other ways to help! They can help organize fund-raising events for the walkers who will need: food, clean water for drinking, snacks, gas and accommodations. You can also donate to help us on this journey. We plan to camp and/or stay at other accommodations along the route.

There are traditional protocols to be followed for this walk and these will be given to those who commit to the walk.

Megwetch!

Mary Anne Caibaiosai

All Nations Grand River Water Walk 2018

Sep
16
Sun
2018
38th World Religions Conference @ Humanities Theatre, Hagey Hall
Sep 16 @ 12:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Theme: Experiencing God in Today’s World

Experiencing God In Today's World | Canada's Largest and Longest Running Multi-faith Religious Event

Canada’s Largest and Longest Running Multi Faith Event

The 38th World Religions Conference is scheduled for Sunday, September 16, 2018 at the Humanities Theatre, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Scholars from various religions and philosophical traditions are invited to participate.

The World Religions Conference (WRC) is a multi-faith event which brings together well-known scholars from the world’s major religions to speak on a common topic from the point of view of their respective religious traditions. For 38 years, the WRC has served as an invaluable forum for different religious and ethnic communities to gather in the spirit of tolerance, peace, cooperation, and understanding. The WRC serves the noble purpose of educating members of the community regarding interesting and relevant topics by providing a platform where all major religions can pool their collective wisdom and teachings regarding the topic. Continually on the rise in terms of organizational standards, quality of content, and attendance, the WRC has become Canada’s largest and longest running event of its kind!

The conference has a long tradition for bringing together renowned scholars for a deep and thought-provoking exchange of ideas. The event aims to explore the teachings and practices of different religious and philosophical traditions, with the hope that such mutual exploration will encourage better understanding and promote harmonious co-existence among the members of the society. The theme selected for this year’s conference is:

Experiencing God in Today’s World

It is a question from time immemorial on how can one experience God? In a diverse modern world this question is ever so relevant and takes on new meanings in a technologically advanced planet. Numerous faiths and philosophical traditions will speak at this year’s conference with their experiences of God.

Participating Religions and Philosophical Traditions:

Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, Bahai Faith, Buddhism, Hinduism, Indigenous Spirituality, Judaism and Humanism (Atheism and Agnostics)

Refreshments and dinner will be served at the conference venue.

View Event promotional video here:


This event will be streamed live here at the conference website as well.

Free parking arrangement at Lot H of the University of Waterloo. Lot H is located immediately across Hagey Hall, Humanities theatre.

Register for the event. Seats still available.

For more info call: 1-877-INFO-WRC

8th World Religions Conference

Sep
19
Wed
2018
Refugee Vision Care
Sep 19 all-day
Fall Harvest Food Drive Kick-Off — Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank @CambFoodBank @ Hespeler Zehrs
Sep 19 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Cambridge Selfhelp Food Bank The Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank will hold the 2018 Fall Harvest Food Drive Kick-Off on Wednesday, September 19 th , 11 a.m., at Hespeler Zehrs. This Kick-Off event marks the beginning of a month long food drive across the city of Cambridge and the Township of North Dumfries. Guests attending the Kick-Off event are encouraged to bring food and/or monetary donations for the Food Bank.

What: Several speakers will attend the event including Cameron Dearlove, Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank Executive Director, Mayor Doug Craig, and Debbie, a Food Bank Co-operative Member. In addition, the event will include a Stuff-A-Van food-raiser, refreshments, and information about upcoming Fall Food Drive events.

When: Wednesday, September 19 th , 11 a.m.

Where: Hespeler Zehrs, 180 Holiday Inn Dr, Cambridge, ON N3C 3Z4

Why: The Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank serves over 1,600 families in Cambridge and North Dumfries each month. The summer months are often the lowest time for donations and volunteers at the Food Bank. The Fall Food Drive is a great event to re-connect with the community, replenish the shelves of the Food Bank, and offer information about our individual and community supports.

Interview and Photo Opportunities: Cameron Dearlove, Executive Director of the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank will be in attendance and happy to answer questions regarding Fall Food Drive activities. Mayor Doug Craig will be in attendance to say a few words. Additionally, Debbie, a member of the Food Bank Co-operative will be available to discuss her experiences with the Food Bank.

About Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank: The Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank (CSHFB) is an independent, non-profit, charitable organization that offers food and support to people and community groups in need within Cambridge and North Dumfries. Encouraging self-reliance through programs and services, the CSHFB strives to provide everyone with access to healthy food, extend a caring hand and develop each person’s unique strengths while providing opportunities for growth. For further information, please visit www.cambridgefoodbank.org

The Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank offers food and support to people and community groups in need within Cambridge and North Dumfries. We encourage self-reliance through programs and services. The Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank is currently providing food to over 1,600 families per month as well 26 community organizations receive food from our Food Bank.

Monthly Meeting: Council of Canadians, Kitchener-Waterloo Chapter @ Community Room, Bread and Roses Co-operative Homes
Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Kitchener-Waterloo chapter ofThe Council of Canadians - Acting for Social Justice | Le Conseil des Canadiens - Agir pour la Justice Sociale Council of Canadians meets on the third Wednesday of every month from 7:00pm to 9:00pm in the Community Room at Bread and Roses Co-operative Homes, 307 Queen St S. (corner of Queen and Courtland), Kitchener.

There’s parking, but check with the organizers to get a permit.

Current topics include electoral reform, the Nestle boycott, and the
TPP and other trade deals.

All are welcome! For info please contact KW.cofc@gmail.com. Follow @kwcofc on Twitter.

Sep
21
Fri
2018
An Evening Of Peace @ Maureen Forester Hall at Wilfrid Laurier University
Sep 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Peace Through Music
In celebration of the UN International Day of Peace, Bobcat Bartolo & The Liberation present An Evening of Peace.

Join us, with special guests Unofficial BLUE MOON, Kirstin Corbett, and Jeremiah Nordquist, for an evening of musical celebration and comedy. This is sure to be a night of great vibes and quality entertainment, let us all join together as a community to raise the vibrations for peace.

50% of proceeds will be donated directly to Amnesty International, and each ticket is your entry to our exciting selection of door prizes.

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW
Call or Text @ 519-897-8026
TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE FROM ALL PERFORMERS

An Evening Of Peace | Facebook

Sep
22
Sat
2018
@ArtSPayWR presents AP NOW @ Wellington Brewery Warehouse
Sep 22 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Art$Pay presents AP NOW
Three pictures: Deborah Dryden 'Distractions'; Annette Twist 'Venice Umbrellas 3'; Susan Campbell 'Hidden Garden VII'
Ingenious | Edgy | Inventive | Inspirational | Avant-Garde

Visual Art Selected from over 25 Art$Pay & Guelph-Wellington Artists

Waterloo AP NOW! Fri Sept 7 & 8, 2018

Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), 67 Erb St. W.
Opening Reception Fri Sept 7, 2018 from 6-9:30pm
$20 Advance Purchase Event Tickets | $25 after Aug. 25
Supporting Members $15 | Special Cocktails & Desserts created
in response to artworks! | Vote for ‘Best in Show’ with Chocolate!
Live Music by Juneyt

Saturday September 8, 2018 — Show Continues 11 to 4pm
$5 Cash at the Door | 12 & Under FREE

Guelph AP NOW! Sat Sept 22 & 23, 2018

Wellington Brewery Warehouse, 510 Governors Rd.

Opening Reception Sat Sept 22, 2018 from 6-9:30pm
$20 Advance Purchase Event Tickets | $25 after Sept. 8
Supporting Members $15 | Includes Craft Beer Tasting
Food Pairing | Live Music by Jonathan Knight

Sunday September 23, 2018 — Show Continues 11 – 4pm
$5 Cash at the Door | 12 & Under FREE | Includes Craft Beer Tasting
Wellington Brewery Tours at 1pm & 3pm! | Limit 20 guests per tour
Sign-up? Contact Art$Pay with guest names & tour time

FOR TICKETS & EVENT DETAILS: www.artspay.org

Contact info@artspay.org
@ArtSPayWR
In Partnership with:
Wellington Brewery
Centre for International Governance Innovation
Graphic design by Raflar — www.artspay.org

Sep
23
Sun
2018
@ArtSPayWR presents AP NOW @ Wellington Brewery Warehouse
Sep 23 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Art$Pay presents AP NOW
Three pictures: Deborah Dryden 'Distractions'; Annette Twist 'Venice Umbrellas 3'; Susan Campbell 'Hidden Garden VII'
Ingenious | Edgy | Inventive | Inspirational | Avant-Garde

Visual Art Selected from over 25 Art$Pay & Guelph-Wellington Artists

Waterloo AP NOW! Fri Sept 7 & 8, 2018

Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), 67 Erb St. W.
Opening Reception Fri Sept 7, 2018 from 6-9:30pm
$20 Advance Purchase Event Tickets | $25 after Aug. 25
Supporting Members $15 | Special Cocktails & Desserts created
in response to artworks! | Vote for ‘Best in Show’ with Chocolate!
Live Music by Juneyt

Saturday September 8, 2018 — Show Continues 11 to 4pm
$5 Cash at the Door | 12 & Under FREE

Guelph AP NOW! Sat Sept 22 & 23, 2018

Wellington Brewery Warehouse, 510 Governors Rd.

Opening Reception Sat Sept 22, 2018 from 6-9:30pm
$20 Advance Purchase Event Tickets | $25 after Sept. 8
Supporting Members $15 | Includes Craft Beer Tasting
Food Pairing | Live Music by Jonathan Knight

Sunday September 23, 2018 — Show Continues 11 – 4pm
$5 Cash at the Door | 12 & Under FREE | Includes Craft Beer Tasting
Wellington Brewery Tours at 1pm & 3pm! | Limit 20 guests per tour
Sign-up? Contact Art$Pay with guest names & tour time

FOR TICKETS & EVENT DETAILS: www.artspay.org

Contact info@artspay.org
@ArtSPayWR
In Partnership with:
Wellington Brewery
Centre for International Governance Innovation
Graphic design by Raflar — www.artspay.org

Sep
26
Wed
2018
Refugee Vision Care
Sep 26 all-day
Sep
29
Sat
2018
Ride For Refuge @ Koinonia Christian Fellowship
Sep 29 all-day

Cyclists

We believe that riding our bikes [or walking], can change the world.

The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly cycling and walking fundraising event that helps you support charities who provide refuge and hope for some of the most vulnerable people on earth.

Your participation in the RIDE is a way to stand up for those whose lives are deeply and often permanently affected by forces and events they can’t control, or who are exploited by the greedy and powerful who care nothing for human suffering.

The 2018 Ride for Refuge will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2018 and provides each participant the chance to:

  • Ride up to 50km
  • Walk, or stroll 5km
  • Fundraise for a participating RIDE charity partner

Remember – you need to be on a team riding for the charity you love for your fundraising to flow to them! Team Captains are responsible for selecting the charity when they start their team.

Registration Details

  • Kids 10 and under: Absolutely free to participate (but you’ll have to fundraise $75 to earn your t-shirt).
  • Youth 11-17: Fundraise $75 or more to earn your t-shirt and avoid paying the registration fee of $25.
  • Adults 18 and over: Fundraise $150 or more to earn your t-shirt and avoid paying the registration fee of $25.
  • Note: The registration fee will increase to $40 on Monday, September 24th.

Routes & Distances

  • Cycling Routes – cyclists can select 10km, 25km or 50km distances when registering. Many locations may require you to loop the 25km route twice to complete your 50km. NOTE: not all routes are exact distances. Local requirements may result in shorter distances based on available routes and permits.

  • Walking Routes – we also offer a 5km walking route at each RIDE site. About 25% of our participants select this option.

  • Fun and Safety – our locations work hard to offer child-friendly routes that are well-staffed with friendly volunteers. Along the route, riders and walkers enjoy rest stops and support vehicles. After the event, lunch is served for all volunteers and participants.

Sep
30
Sun
2018
Kitchener Meet the Candidates @ St Matthews Lutheran Church
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

This is not a debate! We are hosting round table discussions with the candidates to build common ground for community dialogue that spans between elections. Meet the Candidates is co-hosted by St Matthews Lutheran Church and Trinity United Church, and organized by the Social Development Centre WR and its partners.

Our partners are KW Peace, Grand River Unitarian Congregations, Alliance Against Poverty, Dialogue Xchange, Disabilities and Human Rights Group.

We invited the Regional Chair, Regional Council Kitchener representatives and Kitchener mayoral candidates. Join us!

Doors open at 11:30 am.

12:00 pm            Welcome & Ground Rules for Participation

12:10 pm            Democracy in Action – Opening

12:20 pm            Roundtable discussions

(no dedicated topics, questions for starters, facilitation. Candidates are encouraged to move from table to table)

1:10 pm               Break – Candidates prepare their presentations
based on what they heard in the roundtable discussions

1:25 min              Candidates’ Presentations
Videotaped

1:55 pm               Candidates’ Commitments & Wrap Up

Kitchener Meet the Candidates

Good Green Death Project – Thinking Outside of the Casket! @ Hauer Haus Room, Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex
Sep 30 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

The Good Green Death Project | Thinking Outside of the Casket | Sunday September 30, 2018 | 1:30pm -- 3:30pm | Hauser Haus | Waterloo Memorial Rec Complex | 101 Father David Bauer Drive | Waterloo ON | Register: Eventbrite | Facebook
Please join us over some light refreshments to share your ideas on how to make the Good Green Death Project a reality. Our goal is to create more environmentally and family friendly options to our current death and dying practices in Waterloo Region … and beyond. For their generous support, our thanks go to the City of Waterloo and Councillor Mark Whaley for providing the space and refreshments, and to Kate Pearce from the Waterloo Global Science Initiative for guiding the discussion.

The Good Green Death ProjectThe Good Green Death Project

Good Green Death Project – Thinking Outside of the Casket! Tickets, Sun, 30 Sep 2018 at 1:30 PM | Eventbrite

Stand Against Campaign Life Coalition – KW @ Kitchener City Hall
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

My Mind | My Body | My Choice
Anti-choice group Campaign Life Coalition has organized mass protests across Canada this Sunday, September 30th.

They support abstinence-only education, are zealously homophobic, transphobic, sexist, and, really strangely, against vital organs donations.

Damaging their signs is illegal, but blocking them from view isn’t!

This counter protest is located at 200 King St W Kitchener City Hall

Images credited to Niagarans for Women’s Rights

September 30, 2018 at 2pm – 3pm
Kitchener City Hall Map
200 King St W
Kitchener, ON N2G 4G7
Canada

Sara Bingham
waterlooregion@womensmarchcanada.com

Stand Against Campaign Life Coalition – KW

Oct
1
Mon
2018
Waterloo Region Health Coalition monthly meeting @ Heather Room, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Waterloo Region Health Coalition is the local chapter of the Ontario Health Coalition | Protecting Public HealthOntario Health Coalition. The chapter meets on the second Monday of every month, except on holidays, when the meeting is on the first Monday of that month.

Meetings are held in the Heather Room of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 54 Queen Street North, Kitchener. Map

Contact:
Jim Stewart <jim.stewartgo@gmail.com> or +1-519-588-5841
Riani de Wet <dewetriani@gmail.com> or +1-226-606-1623

Oct
2
Tue
2018
Group 9, Amnesty International regular meeting @ Community Ed Room 2202, Conrad Grebel College
Oct 2 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Amnesty International CanadaGroup Nine is the local chapter of Amnesty International Canada in the Kitchener-Waterloo area. We normally meet at 7:30 pm on the first Tuesday of every month in Room 4224 (The Fretz Seminar Room) at Conrad Grebel College, University of Waterloo (140 Westmount Road North, Waterloo N2L 3G6). Please confirm by email or on our Facebook page.

<groupnine9@gmail.com> is the official Group Nine e-mail address.

Oct
3
Wed
2018
Refugee Vision Care
Oct 3 all-day
Oct
4
Thu
2018
Cambridge Municipal All Candidates Meeting hosted by @SPCCND @ Langs
Oct 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Municipal All Candidates Meetings:

Cambridge: October 4th, 2018, 6 pm-9 pm, Langs, 1145 Concession Rd, Cambridge

North Dumfries: October 10th, 2018, 7 pm-9 pm, 2958 Greenfield Rd. Cambridge

Fall 2018 KWPeace Potluck Meeting
Oct 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Potluck dinner The leaves are turning colour, so it’s time for another KWPeace Potluck Meeting.

Agenda:

  • Perspectives on Peace, Saturday 27 October 2018 from noon to 2:00pm in the Rotunda at Kitchener City Hall
    • Who does what?
    • Costs (Insurance, deposit)
  • Website
    • Cost of Domain Name renewal

If you have any items to add, please let Mo Markham know at mo.markham@kwpeace.ca

What: Fall 2018 KWPeace Potluck Meeting
When: Thursday 4 October 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Where: Peace and Justice Room, Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church
Location: 57 Stirling Avenue North, Kitchener, Ontario Map

Oct
9
Tue
2018
Alliance Against Poverty Meeting rescheduled for Thanksgiving @ The Working Centre
Oct 9 @ 5:15 pm – 7:00 pm

We are an alliance of individuals from a variety of economic and social situations who strive to end poverty within our society by:

  • practicing solidarity between those who have enough and those who do not have enough
  • learning from one another through experience, reflection, and action
  • applying direct political pressure to all three levels of government
  • a personal commitment to group values and actions

Location:
The Working Centre Map
58 Queen Street South
Kitchener, Ontario

New Thinking for Post-Oslo Palestine Challenges & Opportunities @ Avon Mennonite Church
Oct 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Jonathan Kuttab A Palestinian International Human Rights Lawyer’s Perspective.

Christian communities will be especially interested in learning about this:

Watershed Moment: A Christian Palestinian Human Rights Perspective on Challenges and Opportunities

Admission by donation. Proceeds will benefit Just Peace Advocates.

Hear what is happening currently on the ground in Palestine from respected international human rights lawyer, Jonathan Kuttab.

Palestine is at a watershed moment. The Deal of the Century, the move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem and the ending of UNRWA funding by the Trump Administration, are a few of the currents issues that speak of a final solution to the Palestinian problem.

25 years post-Oslo, a two state solution is no longer feasible. This being the case what is the solution to the Palestinian problem.

Suggested donation $10 or pay what you can.

Venue – Avon Mennonite Church, Multipurpose Room, 90 Greenwood

Local contact – Carol Rock, c-rock@rogers.com; cell 226-921-9030

Accessibility- Accessible, scent free

Co- sponsors: Avon Mennonite www.avonmennonite.com, Others to be confirmed.

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Jonathan Kuttab:

Jonathan Kuttab is a leading human rights lawyer. After a graduating with his Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) from Virgina Law School, and practicing a couple years on Wall Street, Jonathan returned home to Palestine.

In 1979, Jonathan cofounded Al Haq, the first international human rights legal organization in Palestine. Later he co-founded the Palestinian Center for the Study of Non-Violence (now Violence International) and also founded the Mandela Institute for Prisoners.

Jonathan is a Palestinian Christian, who is past chair of the Bethlehem Bible College serves on the board of the Sabeel Ecumenical Theology Center in Jerusalem and is a leader in the establishment of Christ at the Checkpoint conference. Jonathan was part of the 1994 legal team for the Cairo agreement that resulted in the Oslo II Accord.

Jonathan was visiting scholar at Osgoode Law School at York University in Toronto in the Fall of 2017, and is a founding director of Just Peace Advocates?Mouvement pour une Paix Juste, a Canadian based international law human rights not-for-profit.

Jonathan is a resident of East Jerusalem, and is a partner of Kuttab, Khoury and Hanna Law Firm in East Jerusalem.

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Campaigns in partnership with Just Peace Advocates that Jonathan will also be sharing:

Jonathan will speak of the situation for Palestinians living in Gaza, and highlight the Al Haq Gaza 20/20: Perceptions and Reality campaign.

He will also speak about the demographic plan to remove Palestine from Jerusalem, and will highlight the Civic Coalition for Palestinian Rights in Jerusalem campaign “The Reality for Jerusalem After Trump.”
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Al Haq is an independent Palestinian non-governmental human rights organisation based in Ramallah, West Bank. Established in 1979 to protect and promote human rights and the rule of law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT), the organisation has special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. See alhaq.org

The Civic Coalition for Palestinian Rights in Jerusalem includes a number of human rights groups who come together to focus on the rights of Palestinians in Jerusalem.

http://www.civiccoalition-jerusalem.org/about.html

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Just Peace Advocates focuses on public policy interests for equity for all people including those of Palestine is advanced through strong national and international networks that build effective relationships with government, media, Canadian civil society, including all faiths and ethnic groups, and supporters of human rights and international law. Learn about Just Peace Advocates at justpeaceadvocates.ca New Thinking for Post-Oslo Palestine Challenges & Opportunities | Facebook

Oct
10
Wed
2018
Refugee Vision Care
Oct 10 all-day
North Dumfries Municipal All Candidates Meeting hosted by @SPCCND
Oct 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Municipal All Candidates Meetings:

Cambridge: October 4th, 2018, 6 pm-9 pm, Langs, 1145 Concession Rd, Cambridge

North Dumfries: October 10th, 2018, 7 pm-9 pm, 2958 Greenfield Rd. Cambridge

Oct
12
Fri
2018
ALIV(e) Meeting with Catherine Fife @ Social Development Centre
Oct 12 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

The people of ALIV(e) ALIV(e) (Awareness of Low Income Voices) next meeting is October 12th 11:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. Guest speaker will be Waterloo Member of Provincial Parliament, Catherine Fife.

ALIV(e) is a pretty small group. Our chair is Erma Friesen. Erma tries to get us guest speakers for most meetings.

The meeting is held at the Social Development Centre on 23 Water Street North, entrance on Duke. Map

If you are interested in visiting ALIV(e) please contact us at alivecommunity1@gmail.com or +1-519-579-3800 as we have a small budget for food brought in for the amount of people saying they will be joining us.

Louise

Oct
14
Sun
2018
Blanket Exercise, Workshop, and Lunch @ Parkminster United Church
Oct 14 @ 11:30 am – 2:00 pm

Steps to Reconciliation

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Would you like to deepen your understanding of the shared history between Indigenous peoples and European settlers on Turtle Island? We hope you’ll take part in this powerful participatory history lesson, developed by KAIROS in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers and educators.

Sunday, October 14
11:30 am – Lunch
12:30 pm – Workshop

PARKMINSTER UNITED CHURCH 275 ERB ST E, WATERLOO Map

Donations gladly accepted at the door to help cover cost of event

Free childcare provided
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Registration and more info at Blanket Exercise Workshop & Lunch (Parkminster UC) Tickets, Sun, 14 Oct 2018 at 11:30 AM | Eventbrite