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Climate crisis brings faith leaders to Pugwash

PUGWASH   – Faith and indigenous leaders from across Atlantic Canada and internationally will be hosting a traditional Mi’kmaw feast for the media at the Thinkers Lodge o Sept. 25 t 12 noon. This event culminates a three-day retreat of reflection, ceremony, and intense and dialogue with 17 leaders – gathering their collective guidance and wisdom...

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Climate emergency brings youth leaders to Pugwash

PUGWASH –  On Sunday, July 28th at 12 noon, youth from across Atlantic Canada will be planting a red oak tree at the Thinkers Lodge in Pugwash as a symbol of their commitment to fighting climate change and protecting the planet for the next seven generations. This public and media event culminates an intensive three-day...

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Global crisis brings leaders to Pugwash

PUGWASH – Sixty-one years ago, at the height of the Cold War, Nova Scotia philanthropist and industrialist Cyrus Eaton brought 22 leading scientists from the around the world to the Pugwash Thinkers’ Lodge to address the threat of nuclear war. Inspired by this historic meeting, a smaller but no less dedicated group of leaders met...

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