Support #BlackShirtDay January 15 @MulgraveSchool

THIS FRIDAY JANUARY 15 IS #BLACKSHIRTDAY We encourage all Mulgrave Upper School students and staff to wear a black top (black shirt, sweater, hoodie, etc) with your regular uniform kilt or pants to show solidarity with local and global anti-racist and human rights movements such as the Black Lives Matter. This initiative was inspired by…

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#Indigenous Communities Still Need to Boil Water for Safety #SDG6

Canada is one of the wealthiest and most water-rich countries in the world. Yet many of its First Nations communities continue to lack safe drinking water — a basic human right. As of February, 61 Indigenous reserves were under long-term drinking water advisories, half of which remain unresolved after more than a decade. These water advisories warn people to either…

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How Canadians Can Support Organizations for Racial Justice!

How can I support Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC)? Check out resources listed here from GlobalCitizen.org… Black Women in Motion: Through an anti-racist, intersectional feminist, trauma-informed and survivor-centred framework, Black Women in Motion works to empower and support Black women and survivors of sexual violence. Black Legal Action Centre: As a non-profit community…

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ONLINE WEBINAR EVENT FOR YOUTH: Privilege and Inequalities Amidst COVID-19

Why are African-Americans and other minority groups suffering disproportionately? This talk examines inequalities highlighted in COVID-19 REGISTER HERE FOR FREE About this Event COVID19 is disproportionately affecting minorities in developed countries, while forcing millions in the global south to go without food and shelter. This talk explores how the current pandemic is highlighting existing inequalities…

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Spirit Week 2020 Starts Next Week: For a Better Future

This year’s Spirit Week 2020, from March 9-13, is all about taking on sustainability and our our community! We are focusing on raising awareness and engagement this week around responsible consumption and production.We want our community to take a close look at our (over)consumption, waste and recycling behaviours and take action to make things better….

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Neonology Diversity Leadership Camp

Neonology is an award-winning series of workshops that focuses on demonstrating the power we have to stop discrimination and racism in our communities. The Centre for Diversity and Innovation (CDI) are having a FREE Spring Neonology Leadership Camp from March 16th to 19th. It’s a great opportunity for youth to connect with others, engage in…

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Support the Annual Women’s Memorial March!

Join the 29th ANNUAL FEB 14 WOMEN’S MEMORIAL MARCH Friday Feb 14th, 2020 Family and community members gather in remembrance at 10:30 am March starts at 12 pm from Carnegie (Main and Hastings) The Women’s Memorial March honour the lives of missing and murdered women and all women’s lives lost in the Downtown Eastside. Read…

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Support the #EndFGM Canada Network

Checkout the student-driven initiative End FGM Canada at the student-hosted information booth this weekend to promote Zero Tolerance Day at Park Royal Mall, Indigo Entrance January 25, 2:00-5:00pm

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Sign up for IGNIGHT RRS Fri Nov 22-23 2019! REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED

Hey Middle School! SSAC and the IGNIGHT Team is super excited to launch our annual overnight 2019 IGNIGHT event at Mulgrave which is held this year on Fri Nov 22 to Sat Nov 23 — starting at 4.30 PM on Friday and ending Saturday by 8.00 AM. The IGNIGHT participant registration is still open with an extended registration deadline to MONDAY,…

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Supporting #GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable #DayoftheGirl

Today is the International Day of the Girl! Since 2012, October 11 has been marked as the International Day of the Girl. The day aims to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face, while promoting girls’ empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights. This year, under the theme, GirlForce: Unscripted and unstoppable”, we will celebrate…

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Join SPARK GLOBAL PHILANTHROPY CANADA

SPARK GLOBAL PHILANTHROPY assembles groups of highly motivated students ranging from elementary school to post-secondary universities, who share the common objective of enhancing society. It provides them with unique experiences and unimaginable access to some of the world’s top leaders and philanthropists: President Clinton, Michelle Obama, Amed Khan, David Foster, Princess Salimah Aga Khan, Petra…

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Join the Global Nomads! #GlobalGoals

Are you interested in tackling global issues like white nationalism, climate change, gender inequality, FGM, human trafficking, poverty, drone warfare, food security, the illegal wildlife trade, fast fashion, transphobia, screen addiction, overconsumption, desertification, single-use plastics, white nationalism and more? Join the Global Nomads: get the conversation and action started, learn about the UN Global Goals!…

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#Volunteer with Quest Food Exchange! #reducinghunger #SDG1

Volunteer with Quest Food Exchange: a not-for-profit organization that provides dignified access to affordable and healthy foods to individuals facing food security challenges. Not open to the general public, Quest Food Exchange partners with community resource agencies to complete a client referral form that enables clients to shop at the markets. VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES: The Grocery…

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