Thank you for joining us to mark the National Day of Remembrance.
Vigils are being held to mark the 2014 National Day of Remembrance and Action:
Thursday, December 4
Caledon Public LIbrary
Address: 150 Queen Street South, Bolton map
Friday, December 5
Family Transition Place
Time: 11:30am – 1pm
Address: 20 Bredin Parkway, Orangeville map
In the wake of recent stories about NFL football players, James Brown delivers powerful speech about domestic violence.
At Humber’s Orangeville Campus the Police Foundations class — men and women included — stood together, along with Director Joe Andrews, and joined the Headwaters White Ribbon Campaign’s call to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls. Join with these young men and women: sign the pledge.
Travis Greenley and these boys from Montgomery Village Public School believe in the pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women. Continue reading
Matt Sawyer, Head Coach of the Rayburn Construction Jr. A Northmen lacrosse team, is featured in first of the Headwaters White Ribbon campaign’s 2013 poster series. “I will not remain silent about violence against women,” Sawyer pledges. Continue reading
In an op-ed for the Orangeville Banner, Editor Richard Vivian writes about his decision to promote the Headwaters White Ribbon campaign on Facebook. Continue reading
In a letter to the editor, ODSS Principal Darryl Kirkland calls for an end to violence against women. Continue reading
In a letter to the editor, Orangeville Mayor Rob Adams lends his support to the Headwaters White Ribbon campaign. Continue reading
Terry Sanderson, his son Josh and six-year-old granddaughter Ashley are the first group of people featured in the Headwaters White Ribbon Committee poster campaign launched on Monday (June 11). The aim of the campaign is to inspire men of all ages in the community to never commit, condone or remain silent when it comes to issues involving violence against women.