Month: November 2019

24 Hours of Reality: Climate Truth in Action

The Comox Valley Unitarian Fellowship will join The Climate Reality Project for “24 Hours of Reality: Climate Truth in Action,” a day that is about mobilizing a worldwide conversation about the climate crisis and how we solve it on November 20th.
Climate Reality Leader volunteers from across the globe will lead presentations and conversations in countries around the world. The presentations will focus on the climate crisis, what it means for us in our everyday lives, and the solutions already in our hands. Worldwide, more than 20,000 Climate Reality Leaders have been personally trained by Vice President Al Gore to give updated versions of the slideshow made famous in his book An Inconvenient Truth and the subsequent documentary by the same name.

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John Gogo’s Coal & Wood Show hits Cumberland November 15th

Vancouver Island home grown songwriter and storyteller John Gogo will be hitting the stage on Friday November 15th at the Cumberland Masonic Hall with his new “Coal & Wood Show”. This engaging one-man show written and performed by Gogo revisits the gritty mining and logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast.

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Fire Hall Project & AAP Open House

Residents and non-resident owners of property in the Village of Cumberland are invited to learn more about the proposed construction of a new fire hall – and the alternate approval process that is underway to seek elector assent to pay for its construction.

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Converting the Churches To a New Cosmology

The Christian Churches—and here I’m referring to the mainstream Christian Churches I’m familiar with—were leaders in a wide variety of social change issues: schools, hospitals and medical services, racial integration, development of labour unions, reform of prisons, opposition to wars and nuclear weapons, and so forth. But in terms of climate change they have been strangely silent.

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Local Immigrant Partnership Collaboratory

The Immigrant welcome centre continues to be a respected leader for fostering safe, respectful, diverse, inclusive and welcoming communities. Over the past 27 years, the Immigrant Welcome Centre (IWC) has become a respected organisation in supporting newcomer integration in our community.

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