Listen to Léa from the TQSOI and Cristina from the CRC talk about the food insecurity issue in the West Island with Amanda from Journalists for Human Rights – McGill University.
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As part of our Social Development Plan, the TQSOI has identified food security as a priority issue to be addressed. In light of this, the TQSOI is looking for a Project Manager. This position involves accompanying the identified communities in the development and implementation of innovative food security initiatives aimed at improving access to fresh fruits and vegetables. See the job description for more information.
The deadline to apply is August 31, 2018
Please send a letter of motivation as well as your curriculum vitae to the following email: email@example.com
This booklet will consolidate the transfer of acquired knowledge and will feed the partners into dynamic methods of animation that we implemented during our meetings.
For two years we worked on identifying the needs of our community through citizen participation in forums, focus groups, surveys and working committees. It is now time to take things to the next level: all citizens of Southern West Island (those who reside, work or are students here) are invited to participate in a discussion and priority-selection exercise.
At the event, participants will be given a summary of the needs identified in Southern West Island , followed by the selection of priorities to be included in a 5-year action-plan. Citizens will make decisions about the changes about the future of their communities.
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We look forward to welcoming you in large numbers on November 28 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at: The Red Barn, 20609 Lakeshore Road, Baie-D’Urfe, Quebec H9X 2Z4. A free lunch & daycare services are offered.
Places are limited. Please click here to register.
Please click here to read our November newsletter.
On September 23, TQSOI’s Director Alena made a presentation at the Seniors’ Table followed by an interesting discussion about concerns and needs of seniors in the southern West Island and how to better serve this vulnerable segment of the population. TQSOI hopes to maintain this collaboration and develop a clearer and greater vision of what we can accomplish together