Our March newsletter is available for download here. Highlights include info about our upcoming educational meeting with Professor Mark Ayyash on Islamophobia and an invitation to add your name to the petition for Canada to sign the UN Treaty on the
Mark your calendars for an exciting community conference co-sponsored by the Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners and Ploughshares Calgary Society. Given conflicts in the Middle East and elsewhere plus the horrifying possibility of nuclear war, it seems appropriate to take
Join us for our monthly educational meeting February 21st as we try to answer the question: what does it mean to love your enemies? The Rev. Dr. Grant Dawson will be presenting from 7-8:30 pm at Parkdale United Church. Reverend
Read the UN secretary general’s New Year’s message calling for unity to overcome the many challenges facing our world, find out about Justice Rosalie Abella, who was awarded this year’s Calgary Peace Prize and more in the February issue
Join us Wednesday, January 10th at 7:00 pm at Parkdale United Church for a viewing of A Bold Peace: Costa Rica’s Path of Demilitarization. We will be joined by Dr. Pablo Policzer of the University of Calgary, who has held the Canada
Our December/January newsletter is now online. Read about November’s Peace Fair and our message of thanks to volunteers, and learn about upcoming events in New Year!
We’ll be thanking all the volunteers and supporters who contributed to the success of our work this year at an open house at Parkdale United Church December 9th. Join us from 2-3 pm for finger food, games and lively conversation!
Join us for a holiday fair supporting social justice, peace and the environment Saturday, November 4th between 9:30 am and 4:00 pm at Parkdale United Church. Over 20 vendors will showcase unique items. Admission is $3.00 (free for children under
Could your money be funding the development and production of nuclear weapons? Join us for a presentation by Devan Legare of Manulife Securities on October 11th at 7 pm at Parkdale United Church. The thermostat on your wall might be
Are people who object to off-colour jokes too sensitive? Can words ultimately contribute to violence? How do we balance the right to freedom of expression with the need to prevent the spread of hate? Come out and consider these questions