The Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto wish to celebrate and draw attention to water as a human right, sacred gift, and shared commons, during this Season of Creation.
There is a global crisis where water shutoffs and shortages are a growing problem. No country is immune, including Canada, where many communities are already experiencing a lack of access to clean water.
Urgent change is needed.
Maude Barlow is an author and activist, a founding member of the Council of Canadians, and the founder of the Blue Planet Project. Earlier this year, she published her new book: Still Hopeful: Lessons From a Lifetime of Activism. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto and their Ministry for Social Justice, Peace, and Creation Care are honoured to welcome Maude to share her insights for wise hope and realistic action at this in-person event.
RSVP and join us on Saturday October 1st | Light breakfast food & drink will be provided
**As per University of Toronto guidelines, distancing, masking & three doses of a Health Canada approved vaccine are encouraged.**