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Fifty years ago, an entire generation was inspired by Bob Dylan’s song
about social change. Now, another era of massive social change is
upon us. What does the future hold? Come join us and find out.
Hosted by CFUW Barrie and District
Dr. Charles Gardner, Medical Officer of Health, Simcoe-Muskoka.
The Changing Face of Public Health
- Senior Health Care: The Upcoming Surge
- Comprehending The Climate Crisis
- New Partnerships: Aboriginals and the Business Community
CFUW ONTARIO COUNCIL
AGM & Conference 2014
May 9 & 10
Monte Carlo Inn Barrie Suites
81 Hart Drive, Barrie, ON,
1-877-740-6493 /705 734-0070
For more information: www.cfuwontcouncil.ca
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Please come out to our next meeting at St Joseph’s Church on February 24. The speaker will be Mark Lukowski, CEO of Christian Children’s Fund of Canada. It will be followed by a brief discussion on Resolutions which will be sent later this week for you to review.
Voting on the resolution amendments will take place at the March meeting. Refreshments and snacks will be served at this meeting.
Hope to see you there.
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Welcome to downtown Oakville!
Downtown Oakville is a thriving, vibrant, cultural, commercial and residential area and the Town of Oakville wants to ensure it remains that way — a downtown that inspires us to believe, connects us to people and places, and protects the past while providing for the future.
Downtown Plan open house and workshop on January 30, 2014
January 30, 2014,
Town Hall, 1225 Trafalgar Road
You’re invited to join us as we bring you up-to-date on one of the most creative, inclusive and compelling projects. The town has been working with stakeholders from the arts and cultural community, Halton Region, local businesses, residents’ associations, town staff, and heritage and accessibility committees to better understand their needs and wants as we continue to work on the Downtown Cultural Hub Study and the Downtown Transportation and Streetscape Study.
Join us to find out more and share your ideas with us!
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The application forms for the 2014 CFUW Oakville awards are now available on the Awards page (http://cfuwoakville.ca/awards/) .
This year we have six entrance awards (one at $1500 and five at $1200 each), three community service awards (at $1500 each), one access award inspired by Melissa Vassallo ($1000) and one mature student award ($1200) for a total of 11 awards.
The deadline for submitting the original and two copies of the fully completed application package to your Student Services Office is April 30, 2014.
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Now you can all enjoy hearing one of Bloomsbury II’s favourite speakers. At Sybil Rampen’s gallery as part of the “Celebrations of the Stitchery Guild’s 40th Birthday.”
The speaker is Jane Edmundson, who describes herself as a costumer, but is many things beside. Puppeteer, seamstress, magician with dyes. She trained as an actor.
This event is on Sunday November 3, 2013, at 2:30 pm at the Joshua Creek Heritage Centre and Art Gallery. Cost is $5.
The title of her talk is “The Love of Stitchery”
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Invitation to Al New CFUW Oakville Members
he CFUW Oakvile Execuive Commitee sends you a warm invitation to join us in November for a New Members Recepion. An evening of fun and fellowship.
Date: Monday, November 4, 2013
Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Home of our President, Becky Pogany
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CFUW Toronto Caucus
The December 6th Memorial Luncheon 2013
The Faculty Club of the University of Toronto
41 Willcocks Street, Toronto.
Cash Bar from 11:30 a.m. Luncheon at 12:15 p.m.
CFUW Toronto Caucus invites you to this year’s Annual December 6th Memorial
Luncheon. We are pleased that the past thirteen Memorial Luncheons have contributed
over $20,000 for the CFUW 1989 École Polytechnique Commemorative Award.
Farah Mohamed is President & CEO of the G(irls)20 Summit, a
not for profit organization that brings together 20 girls from the
G20 countries and one girl from the African Union to debate, to
discuss and to devise innovative solutions for consideration by the
G20 Leaders for how to engage the most under utilized resource
– girls and women – in addressing the economic challenges
facing the world.
Farah writes a weekly column for The Globe & Mail and was
recently chosen as one of the Top 25 Most Influential W omen in
Canada by Women of Influence
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The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) is proud to announce that Susan Russell, an Ottawa resident, has been acclaimed one of four Vice-Presidents of the International Federation of University Women (IFUW) at their 31st Triennial Conference in Istanbul, Turkey.
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