Social Justice

Jan 13th Dinner and a Movie: Displaced

Dinner 4:30-6pm    Movie at 6:30

Two opening shorts:

The European Refugee Crisis and Syria Explained Most Shocking Second a Day Video

Followed by the half hour Documentary: Displaced(which follows three Syrians living in a makeshift camp on the Northern border of France)

Winter Clothing Swap

Bring your old but still good, or your outgrown winter clothing and gear (boots, hats, skates) to a free clothing swap.

Double Feature Dinner and a Movie

This time we will have a double feature for twice the viewing and thinking fun.

Oct 21st Community Action Meeting Cancelled

The group is very busy with many things  and the regular members are all busy with other things this week(domestic violence training, refugee outreach, orphaned children fundraising...), so we are cancelling the Oct. 21st meeting due to small numbers.  Hope to see you on the 28th.

Community Action Training

Community Action Training brings together lower income community members and allies with lived experience to take action on issues of poverty and other social, political, environmental and economic injustices. It builds the capacity of community members to become effective change-makers through individual coaching and group workshops.

Sisters In Spirit Vigil - Perth/Lanark County

Please join us on October 5th to remember and honour the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

The Table Joins National Voter Education Campaign

Voter turnout in the most recent Federal election was 61.1% of registered voters, the third lowest in Canadian history and only just above the lowest turnout of 58.8% in 2008.  Low voter turnout has been called a serious threat to our democracy, in part because some demographics are much less likely to vote than others.


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