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Philosopher’s Cafe

Posted by on Feb 10, 2014 in | Comments Off on Philosopher’s Cafe

Join the conversation at the Smorgasbord Restaurant, 7th and Victoria, for the Philosophers’ Café.  The topic is “the Rights of Mother Earth”, a very appropriate topic as the basis of a moral system for Kamloops of the future.  Hosted by the Kamloops Chapter of the Council of...

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December 4th MEMBERS’ SOCIAL

Posted by on Dec 3, 2013 in | Comments Off on December 4th MEMBERS’ SOCIAL

Members and Friends of the Kamloops Food Policy Council: LET’S CELEBRATE TOGETHER! December 4 at 5pm Mt Paul United Church Let’s celebrate our best year ever for food security in Kamloops. From food production and distribution, to preservation and preparation; new programs and maturing programs; input into municipal and provincial food related policies; and bold steps toward a new KFPC governance model, it has been a year of successful team work. As 2013 comes to a close, reserve 5:00-8:00 p.m. December 5 to gather together, socialize and share food. To help everyone stay current with KFPC member activities, please forward by November 28, your program updates to KFPC Secretary, Carole Hebden ( Rather than a regular business meeting on December 5, Laura Kalina will recap recent developments and Carole will compile member updates into a summary report for everyone...

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Why do we do nothing?

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in | Comments Off on Why do we do nothing?

“In the face of overwhelming evidence on the need to take urgent action on climate change, why do we do nothing?”  Kamloops 350 invites the public to the Philosopher’s Café on Tuesday, October 15, when Dr. Penny Powers will address this topic.  The Council of Canadians hosts this Cafe monthly at The Smorgasbord Restaurant, 225 7th Avenue, starting at 7 pm. As the recent IPCC report confirms, climate change is already happening, and it’s caused by us.  Extreme weather events like the recent flooding in Calgary will become more common, as will the wildfires that swept Colorado, yet we hear surprisingly little about concrete actions being taken to reduce these impacts. Why is Canada not on track to meet even our own moderate emissions reductions targets?  Why do we choose to believe that the status quo can continue forever? ...

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Kamloops Food Policy Council to meet again in the fall

Posted by on Jun 13, 2012 in At Issue | 0 comments

.     Kamloops Food Policy Council – next meeting will be September 5, 2012 at 5:00, upstairs at the Kamloops Food Bank. All are welcome....

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Kamloops 350 at May 5th Peace Walk

Posted by on Apr 20, 2012 in At Issue | 0 comments

May 5th is the next “Global Day of Action” for the global movement.  Connect the Dots is  a wake-up call, an invitation to connect the dots between climate change and extreme weather. Consequences of climate change are already being felt all over the planet, yet many people write them off as anomalies, and don’t make the connections between increasing tornadoes, drought, floods etc. and climate change.  We will educate, protest, create, document, and volunteer along with thousands of people around the world. On May 5th, we’ll be setting up a booth at the Farmer’s Market to talk about climate change, local effects and what we can do here to help.  Afterwards, we’re marching in the Walk for Peace, the Environment & Social Justice, which happens to be scheduled for that day as well.  Anyone wanting to show their...

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