Archive for June 2019

Spirited Reflection: Mourn and organize

June 13, 2019

An excerpt from Jennifer Henry’s Opening Remarks, Streams of Justice at the KAIROS Atlantic Gathering in May I begin in gratitude…and from memory .  .  . In a crowded Scarborough church, with a table full of candles, and media pushing…

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KAIROS welcomes Canada’s first-ever Ambassador for Women, Peace and Security

June 13, 2019

KAIROS joins other members of the Women, Peace & Security Network-Canada (WPSN-C) in applauding the Government of Canada for the appointment of Canada’s first-ever Ambassador for Women, Peace and Security and in welcoming Jacqueline O’Neill to this new post. WPSN-C…

Post filed in: Women of Courage

Plan now to attend KAIROS Fall Gatherings

June 12, 2019

You read about the spring regional gatherings in the coastal regions here: Now, if you are in one of the three central regions, plan to attend a fall regional KAIROS gathering. The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Region which covers Ontario and…

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Hyperbole and misrepresentation must not prevent Senate passing Bill C-262

June 11, 2019

We are hopeful that in a matter of days the Senate will vote to adopt a private member’s bill that would require the federal government to begin in earnest the work of implementing global human rights standards to protect the…

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Urge the Opposition Leader to stop senate filibustering of Bill C-262!

June 6, 2019

Bill C-262 is in trouble. On Wednesday, June 5, Senator Don Plett refused a motion from Senator Lillian Dyck to allow the Senate Committee to proceed with its scheduled review of Bill C-262. The five senators who have been filibustering…

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KAIROS attends closing ceremony of the National Inquiry into MMIWG

June 3, 2019

As today we participate in the closing ceremony of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, our hearts are heavy. Heavy with mourning for those who have died, whose absence demands memory and honour. Heavy with…

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