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You want to have a great laugh and profit Katimavik all the while? Vous avez envie de rire et ce au profit de Katimavik?
FOR OUR STAKEHOLDERS THAT ARE NEAR MONTRÉAL:Une occasion unique d’aller au spectacle «La cause » de Guy Nantel, porte-parole de Terre Sans Frontières et tout cela au profit d'une excellente cause : KATIMAVIK!
Le 14 novembre à 20h, assistez à un spectacle tout en rires à la Salle L’Étoile du Quartier DIX30 de Brossard.
Ce spectacle, organisé par Terre Sans Frontières, promet d'être mémorable et tous les profits seront remis aux organismes qui vendent les billets.
Le coût du billet d’admission générale est de 75$ tous frais inclus et celui pour le cocktail VIP/spectacle 175$
Le cocktail dînatoire VIP en compagnie de Guy Nantel et d’Alex Pépin débute à 18h et le spectacle d’humour sans entracte suivra à 20h.
Voilà une belle façon de poser un geste concret pour KATIMAVIK tout en profitant d’un événement mémorable.read more
Registration is open for the next Eco-Internship cohort, which will take place from September 20 to December 16, 2012. For this new semester, 20 internship projects in Quebec City, Rimouski and Montreal are open to all youths of the province.
You are between 18 and 35 years old, are passionate about the environment and want to make a difference in your community? You would like to take part in a concrete project, discover inspiring citizen-led initiatives throughout Quebec, and build your contact network?
Register now for your chance to join a cohort of motivated young people and work to build greener communities throughout Quebec.
On June 7, Victoriaville hosted its first citizen’s forum on intimidation. The event, organised by the Centre Emmaüs des Bois-Francs, was made possible thanks to the work of Katimavik volunteers supported by the Tools of Peace network of organisations. The goal: to come up with new community actions to prevent intimidation.
About fifty people gathered for a full day of awareness building and mobilisation. Participants came from diverse backgrounds: young members of action groups, school workers, school principals, community workers… “I was expecting it to be boring… And, to my surprise, it encouraged me even more to do my part!” said one of the youngest participants and members of the “Jeunes en action” group from the Carrefour jeunesse emploi (CJE) d’Arthabaska, Benoît Fleury-Denoncourt.read more
In early May, the Eco-Internship program launched a new cohort of 20 eco-interns throughout Quebec. Spearheaded by Katimavik, with support from the Secrétariat à la jeunesse du Québec, Eco-Internship will allow 20 new interns from 18 to 35 to take part this summer in environmental projects and, hence, contribute to building sustainable communities in Quebec.
Divided into four groups, interns will be able to use this three-month program to discover citizen-led and inspiring initiatives in four Quebec communities (Montreal, Quebec, Rimouski, Saguenay), develop competencies related to the environment and ecocitizenship as well as implement together a collective project for their community. Eco-Internship projects touch on various fields such as the conservation of biodiversity, urban agriculture, waste management, water management, renewable energy sources, air quality, transports, green building, etc.read more
It is with extreme disappointment that we learned today that the Government has decided to end its funding commitment to Katimavik.
Today’s announcement comes as a surprise, since we are entering the third year of a funding agreement whose terms end March 31st, 2013. The decision is even more surprising considering that the recently made public Canadian Heritage summative evaluation of our programs makes very clear how Katimavik’s programs are not only relevant, important and valuable, but also how the organization attains its targets and the programs tie in with government-wide priorities and the department’s strategic objectives.read more