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Alumna Cassandra Freeman is organizing second annual Katima-Warrior fundraiser for Katimavik !

Cassandra is recruiting volunteers for the Warrior Dash event which will be held in the Horseshoe Valley (ON), near Barrie Ontario on July 18-19 2015. Monetary donations are applicable with ten or more volunteers commit to a shift, four shift times are available. Donation amount depends on participation, ranging from $200-$1,000 per shift. Hope is to engage youth, alumni and supporters at the event weekend although additional positions to coordinate volunteers are available.


Those who want to volunteer at or for the event can get further information on the Facebook page.

 

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NEWS FROM ECO-STAGE

Many of you have been asking about the Spring-Summer cohort. Unfortunately, we are still waiting for word regarding our financing from the Secrétariat à la Jeunesse du Québec. We are therefore postponing the next cohort, if all goes well, until this coming Autumn.Thank you for your continued following of Eco-Stage on our Facebook page.   

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KATIMAVIK HAS MOVED !


Were you wondering where we had gone in the last few days? We have moved to a new loft in the St-Henri district in Montreal. Don't worry, our Alumni are part of our decor!

New address:
1001 Lenoir St., Suite A-313
Montreal (Quebec) H4C 2Z6

You are welcome to visit us anytime!

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Eco-Internship contributed 5,000 hours of volunteer work in 2 different communities in Quebec: such a nice Christmas gift!

The Automne cohort has come to an end on a positive note in Rimouski and Quebec City. Katimavik’s 11 eco-interns contributed over 5,000 hours or volunteer work within various environmental organizations and through their community projects.

We would like to congratulate the youth who completed their 3-month Eco-Internship program!

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Congratulations to our 5 volunteers for completing the Canadian Youth Leadership program in partenership with the Rupertsland Institute!

Congratulations to our 5 volunteers for completing the Canadian Youth Leadership program in partenership with the Rupertsland Institute!

The Canadian Youth Leadership program offered in collaboration with the Rupertsland Institute is now complete. Katimavik would like to congratulate the five volunteers who took part in the experience! For the last 5 months, our house in Peterborough, Ontario hosted five Métis youth coming from Alberta. Focused on the development of leadership skills, the girls did wonderful in the community thanks to their multiple implications. Overall, they generously contributed over 3,500 volunteer hours to the city of Peterborough!

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