Today and Tomorrow will mark the celebrations of the Royal Canadian Scottish Regiment 100th anniversary celebrations. Pro-Scottish citizens advocated for the formation of the regiment, which was founded on August 13th, 1913. In the First World War the men of this regiment served in many historically significant battles, such as Ypres in April of 1915. In the Second World War, the Canadian Scottish would yet again see action. The men would serve on the D-Day assault, and would play a major role in the liberation of the Netherlands. Today, it still remains as a reserves battalion, celebrating an important part of Canadian Military History and a proud symbol of Scottish heritage. So if you are out in Victoria, be sure to attend the celebrations to recognize this special anniversary.
Saturday, 20 October 2012
Friday, 12 October 2012
Hello everyone! Next week on October 18th, 2012 is Free the Children’s annual We Day event in Vancouver. Free the Children is a Canadian charity that ensures the wellbeing and rights of children worldwide, as well as getting youth involved in combating humanitarian violations and injustice. We Day is a continuation of this belief, as Free the Children host events across Canada for the purpose of educating young youth in humanitarian issues, and promoting the message of getting involved. One of the messages this year is Zinc deficiency in children, which affects many worldwide. In conjunction with We Day, Teck is promoting their twitter campaign “One Tweet One Life”. On the dates of the We Day events, Teck will donate 50 cents per retweet of the @ZincSavesLives We Day message towards Zinc treatment. The treatment costs 50 cents to administer, so every retweet received will save a child from the effects of Zinc deficiency. So
next Thursday, be sure to retweet
the message “One Tweet One Life", and help rid the problem of Zinc
Friday, 5 October 2012
Hello everyone! As I am writing, I hope that everyone is looking forward to this upcoming Thanksgiving weekend, spent with those dearest to us.
This week is National Family Week; it’s a week dedicated to celebrating the importance of our families, and how important our families are within our lives. Under the administration of the Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs, National Family Week has for twenty years celebrated the importance of families within Canada.
The spirit of National Family Week is perfect for this upcoming Thanksgiving. We have so much to be thankful for, especially for our loved ones and families. On that note, I again wish that everyone has a fantastic Thanksgiving weekend!