Vincentians Benefit from Home Visits
August 1, 2018
FAMVIN`s daily emails are a great source of information and inspiration. I am particularly fond of those days when there are excerpts from the actual commentaries of our Vincentian saints and founders...
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SSVP Letter to Premier Doug Ford
August 14, 2018
We have seen how Ontario’s current social assistance programs have failed to adequately address the challenge of lifting people out of poverty. That is why we support the Basic Income Pilot project.
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SSVP Systemic Change Workshop
August 1, 2018
A Systemic Change workshop was held in Burlington Ontario on April 28, 2018. The objective was to bring together SSVP Social Justice representatives and others from the Catholic Community from across Hamilton and Niagara Diocese areas
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On the Street – Youth SSVP SJ Project 2018
June 16, 2018
We take for granted a lot of simple aspects in our daily life...For our brothers and sisters that dwell on the streets, their life is about survival...Our job as Vincentians is to try and help as best as possible..
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Dear Brother and Sister Vincentians,
August 4, 2018
Please share this monthly news with all Vincentians.
Topics: Spiritual Matters; Basic Income Pilot Project; Social Justice; North of 60; National News; Best Pratices.
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2018 Summer Crossing - NORTH of 60
August 1, 2018
We have had another great year gathering food and household items for our northern sister and brothers. At this moment we have 6 sea containers waiting at the port to be boarded and shipped to their final destinations.
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National AGA in Newfoundland
July 24, 2018
Here are a couple of pictures of the National AGA held last June in St John's
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Sleep Out for Poverty 2018
June 16, 2018
On Friday May 25th to May 26th , the Saint Louise de Marillac Saint Vincent De Paul Youth Conference hosted their fifth annual ONRC Sleep Out for Poverty. This fundraiser provides participants with the opportunity to recognize what many of our friends in need have to endure on a daily basis.
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