Events List

A listing of Peace and Social Justice events in Kitchener-Waterloo and Waterloo Region.

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Apr
23
Tue
2019
Groundbreaking for the Kitchen and Dining Room Expansion @ CGR
Apr 23 @ 4:30 pm – 4:30 pm

You are invited to join the Grebel community as we officially break ground for our Kitchen and Dining Room expansion project! Hear from Grebel President Marcus Shantz and a Board representative, as well as a word from our architects. You’ll have a chance to speak with students involved in the project and learn how the renovation and expansion will increase their quality of living at Grebel.

Learn more about the Fill the Table campaign and project.

New Canadian Youth Connection Trng
Apr 23 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The New Canadian Youth Connection training will be held at the WalterFedy building at 675 Queen St. S. Unit 201, Kitchener, ON.  Use the main door entrance.  Onsite parking is available.

StrideMen Training
Apr 23 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Defending Democracy: Cyber Security and the 2019 Federal Election @ CIGI Campus Auditorium
Apr 23 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Tuesday, April 23, 2019 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
CIGI Campus Auditorium,
67 Erb Street West, Waterloo, Canada

Public Event: Community Event

Canada national flag and parliament (Shutterstock)
Canada national flag and parliament (Shutterstock)

CIGI is thrilled to host the Honourable Karina Gould, Minister of Democratic Institutions, for a discussion of the importance of and considerations around cyber security in the upcoming federal election. Opening remarks will be provided by the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, and Member of Parliament for the Riding of Waterloo.

Event Speakers

The Honourable Karina Gould

Minister of Democratic Institutions

Karina Gould is a trade and investment specialist and community activist with deep roots in her hometown of Burlington, Ontario. Between December 2015 and January 2017, she served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, before her appointment in January 2017 as Canada’s Minister of Democratic Institutions.

A graduate of McGill University and the University of Oxford, Karina is passionate about public service and international development. Before her election as the Member of Parliament for Burlington, Karina worked as a trade and investment specialist for the Mexican Trade Commission, a consultant for the Migration and Development Program at the Organization of American States, and spent a year volunteering at an orphanage in Mexico.

Karina is an active member of her community and an advocate for women’s issues and affordable housing. She has volunteered with and actively supports the Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club, the Burlington chapter of the Canadian Federation of University Women, the Mississauga Furniture Bank, Halton Women’s Place, and other local causes. She lives in Burlington with her husband and son.

The Honourable Bardish Chagger

Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, and Member of Parliament for the Riding of Waterloo

A natural leader and organizer, the Honourable Bardish Chagger is devoted to inclusion and community building. From assisting with recreational sports for kids to volunteering with seniors, she is committed to strengthening the bonds of the Waterloo community.

In her role with the Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Centre, Minister Chagger has worked to foster diversity within the community, providing opportunities for social and economic engagement. As the executive assistant to former Member of Parliament Andrew Telegdi, she gained a deep understanding of the issues that are important to residents of Waterloo, including manufacturing, technology, and innovation.

Passionate about community involvement, Minister Chagger has lent her support to many different causes and organizations including The Rotary Club of Waterloo, Interfaith Grand River, and the Workforce Planning Board of Waterloo Wellington Dufferin. She considers herself part of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms generation, and has participated in policy conferences on many issues, including the advancement of same-sex marriage rights and the national manufacturing strategy.

Minister Chagger graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Science. In 2012, The Waterloo Region Record recognized her as one of “40 under 40” who would lead the Region of Waterloo into the future.

Minister Chagger served as a minister from 2015 to 2018, and is currently the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons.

Defending Democracy: Cyber Security and the 2019 Federal Election | Centre for International Governance Innovation

Philosophication: Adaptability
Apr 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

KW Hungry Minds
Tuesday, April 23 at 6:00 PM

The art of questioning and attemptive understanding. What? Philosophy in general. Casual discussion, mostly focused on the topic (differs monthly) lis…

Philosophication

Tuesday, Apr 23, 2019, 6:00 PM

Queen Street Commons Café
43 Queen Street South Kitchener, ON

1 Hungry Minds Attending

The art of questioning and attemptive understanding. What? Philosophy in general. Casual discussion, mostly focused on the topic (differs monthly) listed below, with room for conversation flow. Topic: TBD (up for suggestion) -Some potential topics are on the “Message Board” under the “More” tab, here: https://www.meetup.com/KW-Hungry-Minds/messages…

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Regular Meeting for @WRNonviolence @ Queen Street Commons Cafe
Apr 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Our Weekly Meeting

WRN | Waterloo Region NonviolenceJoin us at the Queen St. Commons Cafe (43 Queen St. S., Kitchener, ON Map) on Tuesdays at 7:00pm. We discuss themes and organize activities for Nonviolence.

Let’s build a better world together!

Want additional info? Contact us at contact@wrnonviolence.org.

Apr
24
Wed
2019
Earth Day Road Toll @ Lamb's Inn Parking lot
Apr 24 @ 7:00 am

Earth Day Road Toll

Description:

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
7:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Lamb’s Inn Parking Lot
In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, get your toonies ready and drive through the annual rare Road Toll on Wednesday, April 24! It’s voluntary, of course, but we encourage the 12,000 cars a day that travel through the rare reserve along Blair Road to swing in the parking lot and get to know us. We have free coffee in the morning and baked treats in the afternoon. Staff collect donations in change buckets and handout info about rare.

 

Even if this isn’t your usual route, it’s always so nice to see a friendly face. We keep things moving so if you know anyone that travels the area, encourage them to stop too – learn a bit about rare, toss their change and support a great resource in our community!

 

https://raresites.org/things-to-do/events/?ee=504

PhD Dissertation Defence: Governing Chinese Engagement with the Hydrocarbon-Rich Countries; Examining Chinese Investment in the Hydrocarbon Sector of Canada and Russia
Apr 24 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Photo credit: Achim Raschka / CC-BY-SA-4.0
Anastasia Ufimtseva‘s PhD Dissertation Defence.
Advisor: Derek Hall
Committee: Bessma Momani and Hongying Wang
Internal/external examiner: Jörg Broschek
External examiner: Gaye Christoffersen, Johns Hopkins University, Nanjing China
 
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Earth Day: 20 Minute Makeover @ Environment 3 (EV3) - University of Waterloo
Apr 24 @ 12:00 pm

In honour of Earth Day (April 22), join the Sustainability Office for our annual 20 Minute Makeover and help tidy up around campus and in the community! Organized annually by the City of Waterloo, the 20 Minute Makeover encourages organizations to tidy up our neighborhoods.

We will have litter ‘hot spots’ identified for you and your team to tackle, or you can stroll through the campus to clean up whatever you find!

Here’s how you can participate:

  • Register yourself and/or a team of individuals who are willing to participate.

  • Stop by the Foyer in Environment 3 at 12pm on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 to pick up garbage bags and gloves for yourself and/or your team.

  • Return your filled bags when you’re done and enjoy a coffee on us! Please bring your own reusable mug to prevent waste 🙂

  • The event will take place rain or shine, so please dress appropriately!

Earth Day: 20 Minute Makeover @ EV3
Apr 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

The annual 20 Minute Makeover is happening again at the University of Waterloo campus! In honour of Earth Day (April 22), help to make our campus cleaner by grabbing a bag, gloves, and a couple friends to pick up garbage on campus!

We will have litter ‘hot spots’ identified for you and your team to tackle, or you can stroll through the campus to clean up whatever you find!

Notes for the event:

Register yourself and/or a team of individuals who are willing to participate.
Stop by the Foyer in Environment 3 at 12pm on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 to pick up garbage bags and gloves for yourself and/or your team.
Return your filled bags when you’re done and enjoy a coffee on us! Please bring your own reusable mug to prevent waste 🙂
The event will take place rain or shine, so please dress appropriately!

Special thanks to the City of Waterloo for generously hosting this event across the city and providing bags and gloves to help clean-up our natural environment. 

Stride Night Training
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

INDIVIDUALS MUST HAVE A SCREENING INTERVIEW BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THE TRAINING

Annual General Meeting for @FairvoteWRC @ Community Meeting Room, Bread & Roses Co-op
Apr 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

[1]
MeetingHi everyone! Did you know that this month, April 2019
is the 13th anniversary of the Fair Vote Canada Waterloo Region
Chapter? Yes, over a year before the Ontario Electoral Reform
referendum we were already planning the activities for the coming
year!

And our Annual General Meetings have crept up the calendar since
then. While April started as the month for our AGM, the last few years
they’ve been in June. This year we have some personnel changes, and
the opportunity for a reset. Our AGM will be held on our Discussion
Night on the last Wednesday of this month:

WHAT: Fair Vote Waterloo Annual General Meeting
WHEN: Wednesday, 24 April 2019 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
WHERE: Community Room, Bread and Roses Co-op
LOCATION: 307 Queen Street South, Kitchener, Ontario Map 1 [2]

If you drive, please park in the north parking lot Map 2 [3] and
place a note on the dashboard of your vehicle: Meeting in Community
Room re Apt 107 from 7-9pm

Important business will the election of the Executive. Our current
Treasurer, Cathy Scott will be taking over the Chapter Co-ordinator
duties, and so we need to fill the position of Treasurer. This is the
main reason for calling the AGM now.

A full agenda is below; updates and additions are welcome, as are any
questions about the AGM. You can send them to info@fairvotewrc.ca [4].

-Bob Jonkman
Fair Vote Waterloo Co-Chair and Discussion Night Organizer

Mail to: info@fairvotewrc.ca [5]
Phone: +1–519–279–2990
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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE FAIR VOTE CANADA WATERLOO REGION CHAPTER
– 24 APRIL 2019

AGENDA

* Introductions
* Review minutes from 2018 Annual General Meeting [6]
* Report from Co-Chair and Chapter Co-ordinator (Sharon Sommerville)
* Treasurer’s Report (Cathy Scott)

* Other Reports

* Outreach Committee (David Dirks)
* Letter Writing Committee (Donald Fraser)
* Digital Committee (Jonathan Cassels)

* Old Business

* Election of 2019-2020 Executive

The Executive positions to be filled are:

1 Co-Chair (two year term)
1 Secretary (two year term)
1 Treasurer (one year term)
1 to 3 Members-At-Large (one year term) * New Business

* 2019 Summer Festival Season

* Announcements
* Adjournment

Links:
——
[1]

meeting2


[2] https://osm.org/go/ZXnwTLMg–?m=
[3] https://osm.org/go/ZXnwTL0rw–?m=
[4] mailto:info@fairvotewrc.ca
[5] mailto:info@fairvotewrc.ca
[6] http://www.fairvotewrc.ca/meetings/2018-agm/

Inclusive Trade: Justice, Innovation or More of the Same?
Apr 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Photo credit: Pexels
The notion of “inclusive trade” has taken hold in the policies of many national governments – Canada, Chile and New Zealand most prominent among them – and in the work of international organizations, including the World Trade Organization and the OECD. All inclusive trade policies focus on women, and small and medium-sized enterprises. Some also focus on Indigenous peoples, as well as issues like investor-state dispute settlement. Does inclusive trade deliver anything new to those groups that have not typically been included in conversations about trade? Dr. Patricia Goff argues two things in answer to this question. First, grounded in Nancy Fraser’s three justice idioms, Dr. Goff argues that inclusive trade may not always deliver economic gain (or mitigate economic loss). In Fraser’s terms, an inclusive trade strategy may not provide for ‘redistribution,’ but it can offer important opportunities for ‘recognition’ and ‘representation.’ Second, drawing on the debate about positive and negative integration, Dr. Goff argues that the inclusive trade agenda has the potential to be a qualitatively different way of developing trade policy by seeking to incorporate compensatory adjustment strategies for those who might suffer dislocation from trade liberalization directly into trade agreements. Ultimately, the inclusive trade agenda is an important strand in the debate about trade justice.
About the speaker:
Patricia Goff (PhD Northwestern) is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University and Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). She has held visiting positions at the School of International Relations, University of Southern California and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. She is the author of Limits to Liberalization: Local Culture in a Global Market Place (Cornell University Press) and co-editor of Identity and Global Politics: Empirical and Theoretical Elaborations (with Kevin Dunn) and Irrelevant or Indispensable: The UN in the 21st Century (with Paul Heinbecker). She is the author of the Cultural Diplomacy chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Modern Diplomacy and the Cultural Diplomacy entry in the Oxford Bibliographies series. Recent publications include ‘Limits to Deep Integration: Canada between the EU and the US,’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs (2018); ‘Federalism and International Trade Policy: The Canadian Provinces in Comparative Perspective’ (co-authored with Jörg Broschek), Institute for Research on Public Policy Insight No. 23 (2018); and ‘NAFTA 2.0: Whither the Cultural Exemption?’ International Journal (2017).

Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Apr 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Apr
25
Thu
2019
Fifth BSIA Global Political Economy Dissertation Workshop
Apr 25 @ 8:00 am – Apr 26 @ 5:00 pm

By Invitation Only
The Global Political Economy/WatPEG Research Cluster is hosting this dissertation workshop to provide selected PhD students the opportunity to present work in progress to an interdisciplinary audience of faculty and students. For more information about the selection process (now closed), see the Call for Proposals.
Participating Faculty (preliminary list):
John Abraham, Wilfrid Laurier University
Andrea Collins, University of Waterloo
Patricia Goff, Wilfrid Laurier University
Derek Hall, Wilfrid Laurier University
Eric Helleiner, University of Waterloo
Pierre Siklos, Wilfrid Laurier University
Larry Swatuk, University of Waterloo
Heather Whiteside, University of Waterloo
Randy Wigle, Wilfrid Laurier University

10th Annual Evening of Recognition @ Evolv1
Apr 25 @ 4:45 pm

Celebrate Sustainability!

Waterloo Region’s organizations and communities are creating a low carbon future. Join Sustainable Waterloo Region at our new home, evolv1, the first multi-tenant building of its kind in Canada established with a goal to achieve a net positive carbon output. Come help celebrate our program member’s 2018 achievements!

10th Annual Evening of Recognition

Thursday, April 25, 2019

evolv1

420 Wes Graham Way, Waterloo

Admission is complimentary but registration is required.  Light refreshments and a cash bar will be available.

4:45 – 5:30        Registration and Networking

5:30 – 6:45        On Stage Presentations

6:45 – 7:30        Networking

Palestinian Refugees From Syria: A New Displacement Away From Home
Apr 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Photo credit: Henry Ridgwell/Creative Commons License
Palestinian statelessness is one of the world’s most persistent refugee crises; it goes back to 1948 when more than 750,000 Palestinians were displaced from Palestine as a result of the establishment of the state of Israel. Today more than half a million Palestinian refugees, who have resided in Syria since 1948, are reliving the trauma of their statelessness through the current Syrian conflict. The social marginalization and legal preciousness of Palestinian stateless refugees during the Syrian conflict are, in fact, examples of the limitations of the international refugee protection system which allow the exclusion of millions of refugees as they do not fit within its legal frameworks. Palestinians were never protected by the international protection regime as they have been subject to a set of legal structures that prevent them from officially accessing international refugee protection. Yet, during the current Syrian conflict, this group of refugees has experienced multiple layers of discrimination and rejections that push them to seek refuge in other destinations through life-threatening journeys. This talk addresses the particular predicament of Palestinian refugees from Syria, a predicament that powerfully reveals the political nature of the legal framework that governs stateless Palestinians.
About the speaker
Maissaa Almustafa recently defended her dissertation “Refugees from Syria Caught Between War and Borders: A Journey Towards Protection“.

Apr
26
Fri
2019
20 Minute Makeover & Community Clean Ups @ Various Locations
Apr 26 @ 2:00 pm

See the difference 20 minutes can make when we work together in the spirit of Earth Day. On Friday, April 26, 2019, step outside at 2:00 p.m. to clean-up litter around your Waterloo business or school property.

Schools in Waterloo can register for clean-up supplies (maximum 50 pairs of cloth gloves and some bags per school). Supplies are limited to be more environmentally-friendly, we encourage schools to consider asking students to bring a gardening gloves, winter gloves and grocery bags from home.

https://www.waterloo.ca/en/living/environment.aspx#20-Minute-Makeover

Apr
27
Sat
2019
Cambridge Community Clean Up
Apr 27 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Cambridge City Green MeetUp
Saturday, April 27 at 9:00 AM

Hi everyone, It’s that time of year again, daylight savings time has changed making the days longer, I just saw a robin, the ice is melting, and the c…

Cambridge Community Clean Up

Saturday, Apr 27, 2019, 9:00 AM

No location yet.

2 be-the-change volunteers Attending

Hi everyone, It’s that time of year again, daylight savings time has changed making the days longer, I just saw a robin, the ice is melting, and the clouds in the sky look like the opening of a Simpsons episode…. IT’S SPRING !!!!!!!! Cambridge Community Clean Up Day is on Saturday April 27th from 9-12am Check out the poster for the six locations…

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Community Clean Up @ Various Locations
Apr 27 @ 9:00 am

It’s that time of year again, daylight savings time has changed making the days longer, I just saw a robin, the ice is melting, and the clouds in the sky look like the opening of a Simpsons episode….

IT’S SPRING !!!!!!!!

Cambridge Community Clean Up Day is on Saturday April 27th from 9-12am Check out the poster for the six locations around town where Cambridge City Green volunteers will be stationed to hand out clean up supplies.

If you have a big group, or need your supplies sooner for a clean up you are organizing give me a call or email and I’ll get you supplies

Paul Willms, City of Cambridge Sustainability Planner

 

https://www.meetup.com/Cambridge-City-Green/events/259908200/

DAVID SUZUKI ONE NATURE CHALLENGE : FAMILY HIKE SERIES @ Various Locations
Apr 27 @ 10:30 am

WPL is taking part in the One Nature Challenge this spring. The David Suzuki Foundation challenges you to spend 30 minutes a day in nature for 30 days to kick-start a nature habit that lasts all year-round.

We have organized 4 family-friendly hikes in April. They take place rain or shine so come dressed appropriately for the weather on the day. 

Registration is required and opens online 1 week before each hike. Participants will be emailed with hike meetup information after they register.

 

https://www.wpl.ca/hike_series

The Eco Market @ Waterloo Region Museum
Apr 27 @ 11:00 am

The Eco Market is dedicated to supporting, uplifting and showcasing Canadian green innovation, entrepreneurship, and community action. We have community building events every month, ranging from green networking events, large speaker showcases to pitch competitions, host a environmental science podcast as well as highly curated annual conference every April. Get involved with The Eco Market and make a lasting impact in the community, the environment and the planet we all call home! 

The Eco Market 2019 will be the Canadian green event of the year, happening April 27th from 11am-5pm at the Waterloo Region Museum. Interested in applying to be a vendor, speaker, volunteer or sponsor? Find more details through the link below:

https://www.theecomarket.org/

Kitchener-Waterloo Earth Day @ Bechtel Park
Apr 27 @ 1:00 pm

Celebrate Earth Day at this free community event hosted by the cities of Kitchener and Waterloo.
Saturday, April 27 from 1 p.mto 4 p.m. at Bechtel Park, 185 Bridge Street West, Waterloo.

Enjoy free family fun with hands-on nature activities including tree planting, bird house building, live birds of prey shows (at 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m.), games and cool stuff to touch.

 

https://waterlooregionnature.ca/event/kitchener-waterloo-earth-day-2019/

Apr
28
Sun
2019
Common Ground: Earth Day Festival @ Regina Commons (Regina & Dupont)
Apr 28 @ 12:00 pm

he businesses at The Regina Street Commons, located at the corner of Regina and Dupont Streets in uptown Waterloo, will host their third Earth Day Festival “Common Ground”. Join us for free all day activities, music performances, art exhibits, bike tune-ups, and an eco-friendly market!

 

Kultrún Market and Neruda Arts will present live World Music with Tichaona from eKhaya and Roula Said, along with a drum circle, so don’t forget to bring your drums! Torchlight Tattoo will host a group art exhibition entitled ‘The Rising Feminine’ featuring 10 artists working in a variety of mediums as well as performances from local artists, Ayna Leigh and Cara Loft. Seven Shores Café will provide locally sourced soup, free of charge if you bring your own reusable container or purchase one on site. Yoga and/or mindfulness meditation classes will be offered (pre-registration required for limited spaces).

 

A vendors market full of local and eco-friendly organizations/businesses will be selling their products.

 

Schedule of Events:

 

All Day Activities: Eco Vendor’s Market, Bike tune-up station with Recycle Cycles, “Rising Feminine” Art Exhibition at Torchlight Tattoo

 

12:30 pm – Opening ceremony in the parking lot of the commons

 

1:00pm – Hip-hop and spoken word performance by Ayna Leigh

 

2:00 pm – Free Mindfulness Meditation at Torchlight Tattoo. (Pre-registration required for limited spaces. Please email Weislawa at mindfullifet@gmail.com to save your spot.)

 

2:00 pm – Free yoga class at Fearless Heart Yoga. (no Pre-registration required – limited spaces – first come first serve)

 

3:00 and – Neruda Arts presents musical performance with Tichaona from eKhaya

 

3:00 pm- Trash Theatre performative workshop for children

 

4:00pm – Hip-hop and spoken word performance by Ayna Leigh

 

4:15 pm – Drum Circle! Led by Alison Fuerwerker. Open to everyone, bring a drum.

 

4:30pm – Free yoga class at Fearless Heart Yoga. (no Pre-registration required – limited spaces – first come first serve)

 

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm: Scrumptious soup from Seven Shores Café. Free when you bring your own reusable container; $2 with a take-out cup.

 

5:00 pm – Neruda Arts presents musical performance with Roula Said

 

6:00 pm– Group art exhibition reception at Torchlight Tattoo with performances from Ayna Leigh and Cara Loft

 

https://www.nerudaarts.ca/events/common-ground-earth-day-festival-2019

Food for Thought
Apr 28 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

KW Hungry Minds
Sunday, April 28 at 1:00 PM

A monthly discussion on how we see the world. What is important to us and how these values are reflected in society – locally and by the larger commun…

Food for Thought

Sunday, Apr 28, 2019, 1:00 PM

Stephen’s Place
471 Thorndale Dr Waterloo, on

2 Hungry Minds Attending

A monthly discussion on how we see the world. What is important to us and how these values are reflected in society – locally and by the larger community. All points of view are welcome. Note: we have cats and dogs

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