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Black History Month

Windsor and Essex County are rich in Black heritage. Canadians of African descent have played important roles in the cultural, political, social, and economic progress of our local communities. Our region has been populated by people of African descent from the 18th century, when enslaved Africans were counted among the households of French-speaking pioneers and...

Posted by February 8, 2023February 8, 2023
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Black History Month Event

Coalition for Justice Unity Equity Black History Month Event is February 3, 10, 17, and 24 at 7:00pm at Hurricanes Restaurant. Reservations are required. This event is for all teen students and includes a visual art show and free dinner. More information about this event can be found on page 3 of the activity schedule....

Posted by February 2, 2023February 2, 2023
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Stigma Enigma Charity On-Line Auction for Maryvale – Jan. 27-Feb. 10, 2023

This Valentine’s season you can Share the Love for Mental Health with Stigma Enigma’s online charity auction! Find the perfect gift for your loved ones with coveted items such as a Private Dinner Party and Tasting Menu for 8 and even tickets to sporting events–Detroit Pistons, Detroit Lions, Detroit Red Wings. The auction will be...

Posted by January 27, 2023January 27, 2023
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Maryvale Receives Generous Grant from Joe and Hazel Lacey Memorial Fund

On behalf of the team at Maryvale and the youth and families we serve, I would like to sincerely thank the Lacey Family and the WindsorEssex Community Foundation for their support of Maryvale. We are excited to share that Maryvale received a generous grant on behalf of the Joe and Hazel Lacey Memorial Fund held...

Posted by January 9, 2023January 9, 2023
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Remembrance Day Gatherings

With Remembrance Day being today, let us not forgot those who have given their lives and continue to give their lives for the freedoms we experience today. See https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/remembrance-day-2022-windsor-1.6646149

Posted by November 11, 2022November 11, 2022
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Treaties Recognition Week

The first week of November marks Treaties Recognition Week. This week is an opportunity to learn more about treaty rights and obligations. By learning more about this we can greater understand and nurture relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. Fore more information, videos, and activities, please visit: https://www.ontario.ca/page/treaties-recognition-week#section-1  

Posted by November 9, 2022November 9, 2022
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November is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Please visit https://hiatushouse.com/ to see the events they have planned to bring awareness to this very important issue. The National Domestic Violence hotline is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233), TTY 1-800-787-3224. On-line chat and text are also available.

Posted by November 7, 2022November 7, 2022
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November is “Movember”

Take part this Movember and take on prostate cancer, testicular cancer and men’s mental health and suicide. With more ways than ever to raise funds, there’s now more ways you can help save men’s lives, and have fun doing it.

Posted by November 3, 2022November 3, 2022
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