Monday, December 28, 2015

Reply to the Speech from the Throne Robert-Falcon Ouellette MP for Winnipeg Centre

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne -VIDEO
Parliament of Canada December 4 2015

by Robert-Falcon Ouellette, MP for Winnipeg Centre, Manitoba, Canada

"My maiden speech in the House of Commons. I talked about the issues that matter to Winnipeg Centre and what we as Parliamentarians can do to make a better country for all Canadians. Twenty to thirty years from now, we can look back and say that this 42nd Parliament was the turning point in our country's history..."

Well spoken Robert!




Friday, February 6, 2015

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Coldest Night of the Year - Video 2015



Come join in the fun, join our team.

It's cold out there, walk with us ;)
You can even join my team.

cheers!
Andy
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Monday, January 19, 2015

Coldest Night of the Year Burlington - 5k and 10k Walk Fundraiser to Help the Hungry


The Coldest Night of the Year is a fantastically fun, family-friendly walking fundraiser that raises money for the hungry, homeless and hurting in 80+ communities across Canada on Saturday, February 21st, 2015.

In Burlington the host organization is Burlington Open Doors located at St. Christopher's on Guelph Line. All proceeds from the Burlington Coldest Night of the Year walk will go to support Open Doors programs.


About Burlington Open Doors:


Open Doors serves people living with poverty in Burlington. Your involvement in this walk impacts hundreds of lives in a positive way, helping build a bright future that once seemed out of reach.

By supporting Open Doors you will:

• Help provide over 34,000 nutritious meals a year to families in a social environment.
• Help clothe over 2000 people a year in our Free Clothing Store
• Support 2 after school programs that provide care for children ages 4 and up.
• Support 10 programs and one Network that help people connect with one another, building a stronger social network while providing needed goods and services.
• Provide opportunities and support for over 200 volunteer jobs.
• Support an organization that values and respects diversity.
• Help provide community based programming that targets social inclusion.

Mission Statement:
To provide a welcoming and accessible place for
the gathering together of individuals of diverse
income, education, age, ability and health that
adds an inclusive feeling of community to their
lives.

Background:
Participants in our programs over the last 10 years
have described Open Doors as a community hub.
Through programs and partnerships we provide a
meeting place that offers food, family support and
socialization for all members of the community
that choose to participate.

Here are just some of the Open Doors programs in Burlington:


  • 1 Partnership Food Bank West @ Open Doors
  • 2 Weekly Community Dinner
  • 3 Seniors’ Lunch
  • 4 Halton Fresh Food Box Distribution
  • 5 Community Kitchen
  • 6 Halton Meal Network
  • ...more


So click here to go to the Coldest Night of the Year website to sign up, volunteer or donate. It's cold out there. Come walk with us...

cheers!

Andy

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