“How many times do we have to go through things like this?”
As a former volunteer, I believe a conversation about WE's voluntourism model and youth engagement practices is long overdue.
Conservatives also want the decision to outsource the Canada Student Service Grant program examined.
Canadians need to understand that wildlife trafficking isn't confined to faraway jungles.
Traditions are an important part of family life. Research shows maintaining customs makes families stronger and more stable, and gives children a feeling of comfort and security. But I don't simply want to build traditions for traditions' sake. I want to think about how I can use these family rituals to fulfill my pledge to live WE, to make a difference with my actions every day. Here are some ideas to start a tradition that gives back -- from my family to yours.
We Day makes the case that Indigenous issues should matter to the youngest Canadians.
"Now, for both girls and boys, instead of going to the bush to take care of animals, we are going to school."
On Thursday October 1st the Air Canada Centre was transformed into a gigantic classroom with over 20,000 students to host
One day, when anti-child labour activist Iqbal Masih was riding his bike in his hometown, he was shot and killed. Iqbal was 12 when he died. The same age Free the Children's Craig Kielburger was at the time. The same age I am now.
For many developing communities, like those in South Sudan animals are walking bank accounts, dowries and life insurance policies. To lose your livestock is to lose everything. Veterinarians Without Borders (VWB) tackles a problem many don't even realize exists.