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Members in action

Share the Journey, one step at a time!

April 15, 2019
Share the Journey walk

This fall, we launched the Share the Journey campaign and invited Canadians to walk in solidarity with the 68.5 million forced migrants around the world. Many of you answered the call and our collective actions are adding up!

A successful and delicious fundraiser!

January 6, 2021
by 
Stéfany Dupont, Animator for the Greater Montreal region

Development and Peace membres in Montreal carried out a cheese sale project this fall, in collaboration with the Abbey of Saint-Benoît-du-Lac.

Entering into the season of Advent (Part 2)

December 17, 2020
by 
Gertrude Rompré, National member from Saskatchewan

Reflecting on Advent, a Development and Peace member wonders where we will discover the face of God and how we will we open the door to the knocking of angels.

A green recovery: “We know we are capable”

December 11, 2020
by 
Hélène Tremblay-Boyko, Development and Peace member from Saskatchewan

Five years after she attended the landmark United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, a Development and Peace member overcomes disappointment with optimism.

An opportunity to take action for the love of Creation

Join our campaign and contact your MP to reiterate the importance of building back better here in Canada and in the Global South.

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An advent of hope: The story of Victoria Filibus

November 29, 2020
by 
Minaz Kerawala, Communications and Public Relations Advisor

The first of our Advent stories is about how solidarity from a continent away restored hope to the life of one displaced but not defeated woman in Nigeria.

What Canadians’ solidarity means to the defenders of the Amazon

The For our Common Home campaign culminates with a webinar featuring Indigenous testimonies, solidarity, inspiration and plans for powerful advocacy.

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A stamping good story!

September 29, 2020
by 
Stefany Dupont, Animator for the Greater Montreal region

Over the past five years, Jean-Claude Huriaux has sent 500,000 stamps to Development and Peace.

For “a renewed and reconciled unity”

The Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle releases a reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic, calling for solidarity with Indigenous peoples and new thinking on recovery from the crisis.

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You can make Mining Justice Month matter

A civil society coalition needs your support for a month of webinars, social media action and activism focussed on empowering Canada’s ombudsperson to ensure corporate accountability.

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