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  • ven, 10 mars 2017

    ‘Daughters of the vote’ take seats in House of Commons

    “I envision a Canada that is fierce in its leadership and shows just how much every person is equal,” the 22-year-old, who also goes by her English name, Teanna Ducharme, told MPs who had gathered Tuesday to hear her address the House of Commons committee on the status of women.

    Teanna Ducharme is a CWY alumni.

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    Source : cbc.ca

  • ven, 3 février 2017

    Vous êtes le changement

    Rafik Boualam, ancien personnel de terrain à Jeunesse Canada Monde.

    Comme vous le devinez à son nom, Rafik Boualam n’est pas né à Roberval. Je dis ça et c’est complètement con, on peut très bien s’appeler Boualam et naître n’importe où. La preuve, ses enfants sont nés à Montréal.

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    Source : La Presse

  • mer, 1 février 2017

    John Parisella reçoit deux décorations de l’UdeM

    John Parisella s’est vu décerner, le 30 janvier, la Médaille de l’Université de Montréal et l’Insigne du mérite de la Faculté des arts et des sciences (FAS) à l’occasion d’une rencontre du Centre d’études et de recherches internationales de l’UdeM (CERIUM) intitulée «Conversation privilégiée avec John Parisella: que faut-il attendre de la présidence Trump?»

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    Source : Université de Montréal nouvelles

  • jeu, 8 septembre 2016

    Reviving Canada Youth Exchange Program

    Youth up to the age of 35 could learn more about culture, thanks to the revival of the Canada Youth Exchange Program. The Philippines National Youth Commission and Canada World Youth signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) recently.

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    Source : Asian Pacific Post

  • ven, 26 août 2016

    Humanitarian with incurable cancer ponders a life spent helping those in crisis

    (Anglais seulement) – In more than 25 years of humanitarian work, Alain Lapierre has lived among refugees in the Central African Republic, the only white man in a camp of 30,000; delivered a jumbo jet full of food into the middle of a war zone; steered his truck down streets littered with bodies left to rot in the sun; and even lost his office and all his possessions to a volcanic lava flow.

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    Source : Ottawa Citizen

  • jeu, 10 mars 2016

    The active role of civil society in Canada and the Philippines

    Canada and the Philippines both benefit from a tremendous reservoir of talent, energy and initiative in our respective civil society or not-for-profit sectors.  Civil society organizations (CSOs) continue to flourish in the Philippines and are active across a range of sectors.  Canada too, has a strong base of CSOs active both at home and abroad. Many Canadians relish the opportunity to volunteer and work overseas through such organizations, helping those less fortunate than themselves.

     

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    Source : The Philippine Star

  • mar, 17 novembre 2015

    Canadian doctor saw scenes of tragedy, human strength while treating migrants on Mediterranean

    When he climbed aboard the rickety wooden ship, Dr. Simon Bryant had no idea what awaited him below deck.

    Dozens of bodies, half-submerged in dirty bilge water, floated in and out of the small circle of light from his headlamp.

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    Source : thestar.com

  • ven, 18 septembre 2015

    AIDS Committee of Ottawa celebrates 30 years of service

    Khaled Salam wasn’t yet 10 years old in July 1985 when a handful of gay activists formed the AIDS Committee of Ottawa. Thirty years later, it’s time to celebrate those founders and what they accomplished, said Salam, now the ACO‘s executive director.

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    Source : Ottawa Citizen

  • lun, 24 août 2015

    Newfoundlander to be Recognized with Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award

    A Newfoundlander will be nationally recognized this fall for his exceptional volunteer work. Tyler Colbourne, who now lives in Halifax, will receive the Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award. The ceremony takes place in Quebec City October 6th.

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    Source : vocm.com

  • Local youths travel to Colombia

    Two youth from Nipissing First Nation are part of a delegation that will travel to Colombia for a four month internship.

    Nipissing First Nation will welcome and host ten Aboriginal youth this weekend as they prepare for this experience.

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    Source : nugget.ca