Good Sunday Morning!
And heading into the last week of April 2021, our first month lived twice in COVID. Sadly, not our last. I am looking forward to getting my vaccination on Thursday. Thankfully (and genuinely thankful for prayers) my family members with COVID are on the mend. I look at poor India and wonder at the enormity of exponential growth and how we could have managed the pandemic so much better. Continue reading Climate Leaders’ Summit (April 25, 2021)
Welcome to the April 2021 newsletter from the SGI EDA. We wish you all the best as spring and warm weather approaches as we all look forward to socializing more outdoors.
This issue features notes from Elizabeth and the EDA, exciting upcoming events, spring gardening info, book club news and more. Continue reading April 2021 SGI Newsletter
The race between vaccines and variants is much on my mind. Family members have COVID and a dear friend died of COVID this week (in Nova Scotia). Some readers will know her or know of her – Clotilda Yakimchuk. She was an incredible human being. Continue reading Earth Day (April 18, 2021)
Today marks the end of Holocaust Remembrance Week (April 4-11, 2021). In Ottawa, every year after my election in 2011, I attended the very moving National Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony with dozens of other MPs, Supreme Court Justices, ambassadors and Holocaust survivors and their families. That is every year until last when the April 21, 2020 service was canceled due to COVID. Leaders from every party, including Greens, would speak and join Holocaust survivors in lighting a candle. Continue reading Greens on COVID (April 11, 2021)
Good Sunday Morning!!
Happy last day of Passover! Chag Pesach Sameach!
Happy Easter! Hallelujah!
And – believe it or not – Happy International Carrot Day!
Give your Easter bunny a carrot. Continue reading Fairy Creek Injunction (April 4, 2021)