Remembrance Day 2016

Remembrance Day (sometimes known informally as Poppy Day) is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth of Nations member states since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty. Following a tradition inaugurated by King George V in 1919, the day is also marked by war remembrances in many non-Commonwealth countries. Remembrance Day is observed on 11 November in most countries to recall the end of hostilities of World War I on that … [Read more...]

Diane McKinley, FIRMA Energywear

FIRMA energywear is made of a polyamide-based yarn that have had bioactive minerals incorporated into the matrix of the yarn itself. Previous fabrics achieved similar results using coatings and capsulesembedded into the yarn, but those would wear out with washes. FIRMA’s effects will never wash outas they are part of the yarn itself, making it a great innovation in the world of shapewear & fashion. FIRMA energywear is made with the only yarn relying on a sophisticated polyamide 66 polymer … [Read more...]

World Peace Day Celebration 2016, SEPT 18 in Toronto, Canada

  BUY TICKETS ONLINE TODAY!     ****** WORLD PEACE DAY CELEBRATION 2016 ****** THEME: “PARITY & PEACE … are an Inside Job!”   DETAILS - CLICK HERE WORLD PEACE DAY Celebration 2016 ENTRY ONLY PASS $40.00 CAD SPONSOR A WOMAN PASS $40.00 CAD … [Read more...]

How to Plan a Honeymoon to the Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the most popular destinations in Canada, thanks to the beauty and majesty of the waterfalls, which are truly breathtaking. People from all over the world travel to Niagara Falls to experience them for themselves, as well as to take in all that this unique Canadian city has to offer. But in addition to being a popular vacation spot, Niagara Falls also makes the ideal honeymoon destination. Check out some tips below so that you can plan your honeymoon there and enjoy every … [Read more...]

Canada Day celebrated July 1

Canada Day (French: Fête du Canada) is the national day of Canada, a federal statutory holiday celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the Constitution Act, 1867 (then called the British North America Act, 1867), which united three colonies into a single country called Canada within the British Empire. Originally called Dominion Day (French: Le Jour de la Confédération), the holiday was renamed in 1982, the year the Canada Act was passed. Canada Day observances take … [Read more...]

National Aboriginal Day: June 21 Celebrates 20 Years!

Catch the spirit of the 20th Anniversary of National Aboriginal Day on June 21! What is National Aboriginal Day? On June 21 National Aboriginal Day is celebrating 20 years of strong vibrant cultures and traditions. This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. The Canadian Constitution recognizes these three groups as Aboriginal peoples, also known as Indigenous … [Read more...]

SEPT 29, CANADA: End Homelessness Day for Women and Girls

September 29 is National Action Day to End Homelessness for Women and Girls Women and girls make up half of Canada’s homeless, says Homes for Women Campaign Toronto, September 29, 2015 – Today is National Action Day to End Homelessness for Women and Girls, say the Homes for Women Campaign and All Our Sisters. With new polling information showing that more than 50% of Canadians support putting a priority on affordable housing for low income and homeless people, these national networks are … [Read more...]

Women of Peacekeeping celebrating #WPD2015

Women in Peacekeeping As peacekeeping has evolved to encompass a broader humanitarian approach, women have become increasingly part of the peacekeeping family. Women are deployed in all areas – police, military and civilian – and have made a positive impact on peacekeeping environments, both in supporting the role of women in building peace and protecting women's rights. In all fields of peacekeeping, women peacekeepers have proven that they can perform the same roles, to the same … [Read more...]

Canada Day in Canada, JULY 1

On July 1, 1867, Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain and a federation of four provinces: Nova Scotia; New Brunswick; Ontario; and Quebec. The anniversary of this date was called Dominion Day until 1982. Since 1983, July 1 has been officially known as Canada Day. What do people do? In many towns and cities, municipal governments organize a range of events, often outdoors. These include pancake breakfasts, parades, concerts, carnivals, festivals, firework displays and … [Read more...]

LaMaquette, Toronto ‘Summerlicious 2015 is here’

Summerlicious 2015 Summerlicious Dinner 2015: July 3-30th 2015 Dinner menu La Maquette’s Soup of the Day Gazpacho or chowder or Smoked Salmon and Vegetable Terrine Pickled ginger and watercress salad raspberry dressed or Organic baby arugula ~vegan Mango salsa and dressing ***** Roast breast of Muscovy duck a l’ orange Orange Cognac sauce (Grand Marnier) reduction or A pair of Lobster tails with garlic lemon butter and jasmine rice and market vegetables … [Read more...]

SEXUAL ASSAULT, What is Consent?

Globally, the term "sexual assault" covers behavior from unwanted touching to rape. Each state has its own legal definition and criminal code, and thus definitions of acts that constitute sexual assault vary. These definitions are gender neutral because sexual assault happens to both females and males, although the vast majority of sexual assault victims are females. The Canadian Women's Foundation reports that 96% of Canadians agree sexual activities between partners should be consensual, … [Read more...]

Margot Franssen – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this Canadian woman leader that is devoting her life to the betterment of our youth, with a focus on the issue of the Human Trafficking of girls in Canada. “It doesn’t matter how you fight the good fight – just fight with passion. It doesn’t matter how much you share your personal affluence to influence social change – just give a bit more than you thought you could.”     WOMAN of ACTION™     Margot … [Read more...]

Canada Mental Health ‘stuck’ in Groundhog Day

The Mental Health Commission of Canada Is Stuck in Groundhog Day What am I missing here? The Mental Health Commission of Canada has just released the first of two reports on indicators showing how poorly we treat those with mental illness in Canada. I really have to ask why, as this is something we already know. In May, 2006, the Canadian Senate released its study of mental health in Canada called Out of the Shadows At Last. What went into that report was based on more than 2,000 … [Read more...]

UN Social Media Day, JAN 30 – #SocialUN

Interested in digital diplomacy? The first-ever UN Social Media Day is happening this Friday at UN Headquarters in NYC! Social media professionals, digital diplomacy practitioners, academics and experts will share their experiences, discuss trends, showcase best-practices, and provide insights into their work. The first “UN Social Media Day” will take place at UN Headquarters in Conference Room 3 on Friday 30 January 2015. All are invited to join the conversation online by using the … [Read more...]

The Council of Canadians 2015, Maude Barlow

The Council of Canadians is about to kick our 2015 election campaign into high gear with a real game-changer. As a valued supporter of this organization, I want you to be the first to know. In our election survey I asked you and 125,000 fellow supporters how you want the Council of Canadians to direct our focus, energy and resources. You told us a top priority must be to boost voter turnout from the community level up – especially amongst young voters. I couldn't agree more. So today … [Read more...]

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