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Dear Green Neighbours

April is Earth Month - with April 22 as official Earth Day.  Our Urban Ag section is jam-packed with spring announcements and opportunities to connect with the natural world in the city.  Our local Ward 11 Community Environment Day is coming up on May 7 - Green 11 will be there in person and looks forward to connecting with you and connecting you with green resources around the city. The Ontario provincial election is around the corner on June 2 - we have a section devoted to ways you can help push environmental issues to the front of the conversation.   Finally, for those trying to pick through the latest IPCC report on Climate, here is a succinct twitter thread by Canada’s Sarah Burch, Canada Research Chair and report lead author.

Green 11 is a non-partisan, grassroots, volunteer-driven community group working on environmental and climate change related issues in Ward 11, University-Rosedale. Green 11 is a founding member group of the Green Neighbours Network of Toronto.

If there is a green initiative that you are interested in starting and recruiting volunteers for, please get in touch with us and we will see how we can support you. If you are wondering if people in Ward 11 are working on a particular green project, get in touch with us and we might be able to point you in the right direction.

Green 11 Monthly Meeting
Friday, April 22, 4-6 p.m
Celebrate Earth Day with us! Please join us at our next meeting, Friday, April 22, 4-6 p.m.  Contact Paul Overy at to receive log in info for the meeting and to suggest any items for the agenda.

March Meeting highlights: At our last meeting on March 26, Green 11 members discussed:
  • Participation in upcoming community events
    • Ward 11 Community Environment Day on May 7
    • Bike with Mike on May 29
  • Single-use plastics regulations – info at:
    • interested parties can depute until May 25, then can sign a petition
    • TEA may offer guidance for next steps.
  • Secondhand Sunday April 24

Green 11 Profile
Recognition of Green 11 member Helen Mills’ Lifetime Achievement Award from Wellington Water Watchers
At the Water Watchers Awards Gala on March 24th, Helen received this much-deserved award - a great way to celebrate World Water Day!

Helen has been a tireless champion of the environment and particularly the waters in the GTA. She founded the Lost Rivers project in 1994, sharing her wonderment of water in urban settings. She subsequently established the Rivers Rising program and the RainScape TO rain-garden organization.

Helen is a lover of rivers and river valleys, with a degree in philosophy from the U of T and one in art from OCADU. She believes that we protect what we love and need to remedy our disconnection with nature. Her current focus is an interactive maps project of the lost rivers of Toronto.

Helen described receiving the award as “A huge nice shock” and thanked the Toronto Green Community as well as past and current members of Lost Rivers and RainScape. She encouraged people to “Start from your heart, follow your dream, make mistakes and learn”, and said that her “most profound learning was through connection with Indigenous water walkers”.

Follow Helen and Lost Rivers on Twitter.  Read more about Toronto’s “hidden hydrology” here.

Calls to Action

Urge the federal government to substantially improve Bill S-5
According to Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA), Canada's cornerstone environmental legislation needs to be fixed. The federal government recently introduced Bill S-5 in the Senate, an Act to Amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), containing the first major amendments to CEPA in over 20 years.  CELA has drafted amendments to strengthen CEPA and better protect human health and the environment from toxic substances. You can send an email to Minister of Environment and Climate Change Steven Guilbeault and Minister of Health Jean-Yves Duclos today, asking them to add CELA's recommended amendments to Bill S-5 before the Bill goes to Committee. (You can use content from the CELA blog post.)

Call on Canada’s major banks to stop financing fossil fuels
Rainforest Action Network just released their 2022 edition of the Banking on Climate Chaos report and Canada’s Big Five – RBC, CIBC, BMO, TD, and Scotiabank – have increased their fossil fuel funding by 70% since 2020. These banks are essentially using our money, our savings, to invest in the dirty business of fossil fuels while making public commitments to respect Indigenous rights and to act on the climate emergency. We need to call out these banks for continuously placing profit over the planet, over Indigenous sovereignty, and over our wellbeing. You can sign the Greenpeace petition.

Ask for Free TTC-GO Transfers in Toronto
The province of Ontario is getting rid of double fares between GO Transit and local transit agencies in Mississauga, York Region, and Durham Region, but the TTC has been left out. Ask the provincial party leaders if they will commit to free transfers between TTC, GO, and Union Pearson Express within Toronto. Ontario political parties are deciding on their election platforms now. You can make a difference by using TTCriders email tool to send a quick question to all provincial party leaders. Find out more and take action here.

Mercury Justice for Grassy Narrows
An online rally for Grassy Narrows was held March 26. If you missed the Rally you can still watch the video and learn more about how you can help promote the River Run coming to Toronto this summer. Check out and share this interview with Rally Speaker, Chrissy Issacs and listen to this interview with Adam Beach in the lead-up to the rally posted by CBC.  You can take action to support Grassy Narrows - Keep making phone calls to Federal and Provincial politicians to demand Mercury Justice for Grassy Narrows - and send SM messages calling for Mercury Justice to these politicians as well (#FreeGrassy).

Provincial Election

Environmental Defence launches new election webpage
On June 2nd, 2022, Ontarians will go to the polls to decide who they want to make the province’s key decisions for the next four years. It’s essential that Ontarians elect a government that will reduce climate-harming emissions, protect and grow the Greenbelt, and preserve farmlands, forests and waterways to keep our province safe and healthy for everyone. Environmental Defence has  launched a new election webpage focusing on these key priorities, which they will update with information to help you make this important decision.

ClimateFast Campaign launch
Wednesday, April 13th at 7 pm
There’s a role for everyone in this campaign: like to talk to people? Join the Ontario Voters Coalition and go door to door. Want to bring people together online? Host a climate conversation! Want to help create a debate in a crucial riding? Join a GreenPAC debate planning committee. Like to write? The Ontario Climate Emergency Campaign needs you! Tim Ellis will kick off ClimateFast’s campaign with an action pitch! Rizwana Hussain from GreenPAC will introduce the GreenPAC debate plan. Lyn Adamson will speak on the Ontario Climate Election Campaign, and Colleen Lynch will update on climate conversations in the Ontario election context.

Ontario Climate Emergency Campaign - Volunteers needed!
ClimateFast has joined the Ontario Climate Emergency Campaign. This means supporting a 12-point Climate Action Plan during the election - and after. They are inviting as many groups as possible, and individuals, to pledge support for this provincial Climate Action Plan. Sign on your group here. The OCEC campaign needs writers and help with outreach and social media. If you can help, please sign up here. If you are willing to write, please also contact Lyn Adamson at .

GreenPAC Debates: Help Needed
GreenPAC is working with local communities in 11 key ridings in the GTA to bring an all-candidates debate to voters.  These ridings are crucial! Help is especially needed in: Willowdale, Mississauga-Streetsville, Markham-Stouffville and Richmond Hill. If you live in or near these ridings or know of contacts or groups that could be helpful in building a successful debate, please let them know by using this sign-up form. While GreenPAC is focused on these ridings, if you would like to organize in your own riding, contact GreenPAC soon and find out how they can support you.

 Green Online Events and Webinars

Plug 'N Drive's Used EV Incentive Webinar
Wednesdays, April 13 or 20, 3pm
Considering an electric vehicle for your next car? The Used EV Incentive seminar provides a general overview of Canada’s electric vehicle industry. Anyone who attends this seminar qualifies for $1,000 off the purchase of a used fully electric car. The Used EV Incentive program is brought to you by Plug’n Drive, in collaboration with Clean Air Partnership, and made possible thanks to the support of the M. H. Brigham Foundation.

Support banning gas-powered leaf blowers in Toronto!
Webinar on Monday, April 11, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Tired of the obnoxious noise, dust and toxic emissions from gas-powered leaf blowers? GLBs are a public health and environmental problem requiring a public policy change. Join Councillor Shelley Carroll, sponsored by the Bayview Village Association, to mobilize support for a city-wide ban of 2 stroke gas powered leaf blowers. RSVP

Common Earth program
April 11 - June 1
Water Docs' partner, Common Earth, is launching a free 8-week online course addressing how we can move to the emerging, caring society that puts carbon in its place. If you are concerned about climate change and not sure where to start, join a growing community of people committed to understanding the systemic structures underlying the problem and devising real solutions. The course will provide a learning opportunity in areas such as Systems Thinking, the Principles of Human Experience, the Economy, Thermodynamics, Biomimicry, Regenerative Agriculture and community building.​

Robert Hunter Memorial Lecture
Tuesday, April 12, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
With Emily Hunter, environmental change-maker, storyteller & scholar. She has worked with the world's leading environmental organization for over 15 years winning a variety of campaigns, from saving whales with Sea Shepherds to leading an anti-plastics campaign with Greenpeace New Zealand. Emily is the daughter of the late Robert Hunter, first president of Greenpeace and Bobbi Hunter, co-founder of Greenpeace.

Black Creek Walks, Talks and Dances
Part of Myseum Intersections, April 2022
Three different walking tours along Black Creek and one online workshop will weave together community history, visits to community gardens, thousands of years of Indigenous history in the area, music and dance to celebrate the aliveness of the Creek and its ravine.  
  • The Living Creek - Saturday, April 16, 2-4 pm
  • Food, Land & Water Sunday, April 17, 2-5 pm
  • Workshop and Walk, Saturday, April 23
    • Part One: Workshop - uⁿdawaʔ (“current”), 11:00 AM-1:00 PM 
    • Part Two: Walking Tour — We Are All Treaty People, 2 to 5 PM

Clean Toronto Together Spring Cleanup Campaign
April 22-24
On Friday, April 22, Toronto schools and businesses can participate by cleaning around their properties. On Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24, residents are encouraged to host community cleanups to remove litter from public spaces such as parks, ravines, laneways and beaches in their neighbourhoods. Participants are asked to register their cleanups online. Registration helps the City to arrange special litter pickups, avoid duplicate cleanups and measure results. The deadline to register is Friday, April 15.

Earth Day Ravine Cleanup
Saturday April 23rd, 10a.m - 1p.m.,
E.T. Seton Park, 73 Thorncliffe Park Drive
Join Don't Mess With the Don, local community groups, and volunteers from across the city as they #cleanTOtogether in celebration of Earth Day. Meet in the south parking lot of E.T. Seton Park. Park entrance at 73 Thorncliffe Park Drive is very accessible by transit, car or one of the many Don Valley trails. As a thank you to all the volunteers that support a cleaner Toronto, DMWTD will provide food and refreshments along with draw prizes. For kids 12 and under, there will be a small gift provided by the Thorncliffe Park Autism Support Network (TPASN). Visit the event Facebook page to learn more.

Douglas Pimlott Memorial Lecture
Tuesday, April 26, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
With Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Colville Confederated Tribes descendant) renowned scholar, educator, journalist, and author in American Indian studies. Her most recent book, As Long as Grass Grows: The Indigenous Fight for Environmental Justice from Colonization to Standing Rock, was released in 2019.

The Power of Service: Moving from Anxiety to Action for the Planet
Wednesday, April 27, 2 pm
Every day we are faced with news of climate change, the global plastics crisis, depletion of the rainforest, and more. With so many imminent threats to our environment happening all at once, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But there’s hope! Join Plastic Pollution Coalition on April 27 for a webinar focused on how to move from climate anxiety towards climate action.

Ward 11 Community Environment Day
Saturday, May 7, 10-2 pm
Central Technical School, 725 Bathurst St 
(event on Borden Street side)

Toronto Public Library Free Online Events
Our Fragile Planet
On Civil Society: Climate

 Green News & Resources

The Independent: ‘It’s now or never’: IPCC warns emissions must decline by 2025 to avoid dangerous climate change

Video: "Beyond Apocalypse: Climate Change and Urban Narrative"
Northrop Frye Centre lecture from March 17, 2022, with Prof. Ursula Heise (UCLA).Includes recommendations for books and videos you may not have heard of.

World Water Day resources
March 22 has come and gone, but you can find all of CELA's Great Lakes blogs, webinar recordings, policy submissions, and more, on their Healthy Great Lakes webpage.

Government announces Climate Action Incentive Payments for 2022-23

Creating a ReusableTO: Online event recording
On March 1st, TEA held an online learning session focused on how we can tackle plastic pollution, eliminate harmful disposables and create a shift towards reusable alternatives. In this session, our Waste Campaigner Emily Alfred and Executive Director Emmay Mah were joined by Tina of Roncy Reduces for a conversation about how we can use regulations, policy and community action to create change locally.

Survey: Ontario "Best Practices" on Source Water Protection
Certain types of drinking water systems serving millions of Ontarians (e.g., private wells, Indigenous systems, and even some municipal systems) are not covered by the mandatory protective policies set out in Source Protection Plans approved under the Clean Water Act (CWA). However, rather than extending the coverage of the CWA to such systems, the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks has instead released guidance materials that simply identify discretionary "best practices" to help safeguard sources of water supplying non-municipal systems. The Ministry is soliciting public feedback on these measures in an online survey until April 18, 2022. Read CELA’s opinion on the measures: Water Wells Remain at Risk in Ontario

Join Random Acts of Green’s Planet Bootcamp
Can we approach our green goals the same way we approach our health & fitness goals? This Earth Month, Random Acts of Green (RAOG) encourages  you to do just that. Complete with pep talks, good sportsmanship, and training plans - RAOG will support you, motivate you, train you - and help you reach your full, sustainable potential with its Earth Month Challenge  – no matter what level you’re at.

Evergreen: 10 Innovative Community Solutions to Tackle Climate Change

Ecobuddies Climate Action Champion Program
Ecobuddies is a new program for folks in Ward 11, University-Rosedale, that aims to inspire and advance meaningful mentorship relationships between those who are interested in sustainability and those who are involved in and knowledgeable about sustainability. Interested in becoming a mentee or mentor? Want to find out more? Contact for more information.

At Home with Nature: TRCA Free Online Activities
This month’s online events include:
  • Attracting Pollinators to Your Garden on April 9
  • Gardening for Birds, Butterflies and Beyond on April 12
  • Beautiful Native Plants: Less Work, Less Water on April 19
  • Getting Started with Rainscaping on April 20
  • Square Foot Gardening on April 21
  • Vegetable Gardening: Beyond the Basics on April 23
  • Gardening in a New Subdivision: What to Do and What to Avoid on April 26
  • Sustainable Balcony Gardening on April 27

Zero Waste Events, News and Resources

T.O. the Good Swap: Fashion Revolution Week Edition
Sat, April 23, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Centre for Social Innovation - Spadina, 192 Spadina Avenue

T.O. the Good Swap is a monthly clothing exchange for all genders, all bodies, and all ages located in downtown Toronto. T.O. the Good Swap and the Fashion Revolution Tkaronto team are teaming up to bring you a swap on Saturday, April 23 as a part of Fashion Revolution Week 2022! (Fashion Revolution week happens every year in the week surrounding the 24th of April. This date is the anniversary of the 2013 Rana Plaza collapse.) You'll get a chance to check out FRT's Shirt Project exhibit which will be up at the Centre for Social Innovation's Spadina location while you swap, and to meet some of its members!

Secondhand Sunday Returns April 24!
Secondhand Sunday is April 24, 2022: a great opportunity for you to share any unwanted, reusable items. To participate, simply leave the items on your property next to the sidewalk or curb for your neighbours to take for free. And you can get in on the action too! As the saying goes; one person's trash is another person's treasure. You might not need it but it might be something your neighbour is looking for!

Take action for a ReusableTO: campaign leading up to the City vote in May
Toronto Council will be voting on proposed single-use item regulations this spring (May and June). However, there's a chance councillors will get cold feet and water down the regulations, or delay them! In addition, the regulations just aren't good enough: we need the City to go further and pass regulations to require reusables to truly reduce single-use. Read TEA's blog post here to learn more about this issue. Toronto residents, groups, and businesses (including venues) have from now through May to take action to show support for the best regulations for reducing single-use plastic items and supporting reusables across Toronto. You can email council to encourage them to vote for the best regulations.

More zero waste related news and events across Toronto      
Urban Agriculture Events, News and Resources

UrbanHensTO Pilot Extended and Expanded to include Ward 11!
On April 6th, Toronto City Council voted to extend the UrbanHensTO Pilot Project through March 2023 and to expand the areas where residents can keep hens to include a few more wards, including, University-Rosedale, Ward 11. You can see the decision here. To find out more about the program visit the City’s UrbanHensTO Pilot Program page.

Scadding Court's seed giveaway
SCCC has seeds to share! Fill out the online form  - a volunteer will review your order and prepare it for pickup.  First come, first served.  Pick ups prepared weekly for Fridays.

Zero Waste Chef: Put Waste to Work in the Backyard: Ideas for greening up the garden

Contest: Free PollinateTO Native Plant Kits
Kick start your pollinator garden with a free native plant kit. Enter to win yours! Live Green Toronto is offering free pollinator-friendly plants to help expand pollinator habitat in Toronto.
Getting yours is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
  1. Enter the contest online by April 30, 2022. Contest opened on Monday, April 4th.
  2. Winners can pick up their kit at the Toronto Botanical Garden on May 14, 2022.
  3. Get planting! See tips for creating a pollinator-friendly garden.
Each kit includes everything you need to welcome pollinators to your garden:
  • Ten native wildflower plants
  • Your choice of a native tree or shrub (optional)
  • Small garden sign

Toronto Seedy Saturday Resources for Growers
Resources and growing tips are still available on Toronto Seedy Saturday's Website! You'll find:
  • Seed vendors
  • Gardening and greening organizations
  • Local seed exchanges
  • Recordings of this year's and last year's webinars
  • A resource library
You're invited to sign up to the Toronto Urban Growers Google group if you'd like to hear about upcoming events and tap into a knowledgeable and friendly gardening community. For those on Facebook, there's also a lively group called Grow Food Toronto.

Do-It-Yourself Tree Planting!
Enjoy all the benefits of the LEAF Backyard Tree Planting Program with a DIY twist. With the subsidized Do-It-Yourself Tree Planting Program, you’ll get a virtual consultation with a certified LEAF arborist to help choose the right tree species for your property. The arborist will help you consider your space's sunlight and soil conditions and recommend native tree species to plant. Then, LEAF will deliver your tree(s) to your door, and you get to do the planting – with the help of instructional tree planting videos, of course!  Apply now to book your arborist consultation.

Food Up Front
Have you always been interested in growing a veggie garden but don't know where to start? Do you love biking around the city when the weather warms up? Maybe you're interested in seed saving? Food Up Front collects surplus or donated seeds from various growers around Toronto and offers them for free to aspiring home gardeners learning to grow their own vegetables. Last year they delivered more than 600 seeds bundles to homes across the city!
Seed Sign Up
This year they are focusing their efforts on new and novice gardeners discovering the wonders of food growing. If this sounds like you, sign up here by April 24th to receive seeds!
Love Biking around the city? Volunteer with Food Up Front!
Those 600 bundles last year did not deliver themselves! Food up Front relies on amazing volunteers to deliver seeds to households across the city. It's a great way to spend a sunny Saturday biking around your neighbourhood or exploring a new one with some friends, or perhaps you'd enjoy some time after work to go outside to decompress! They are looking for cyclists to help with deliveries. If you are interested, sign up here by April 24th!
Learn to Save Seeds
Have you ever thought about seed saving? We are looking for Torontonians to save seeds this summer. Join the Seed Saving Network to learn more about how to save your own seeds and contribute to Food Up Front!

Second Harvest: Top (Free) Resources on How to Stop Food Waste

Weekend Nature Play at the Brick Works is back starting April 16   
Have you been missing the Brick Works’ Children's Garden over the winter months? It will be open to the public for Weekend Nature Play on select dates throughout the spring/summer, starting April 16.

Evergreen Garden Market outdoor nursery opens April 16
Who’s excited for gardening season? After a short winter hibernation, the outdoor nursery at Evergreen Garden Market plans to open this month for your spring gardening needs. The outdoor nursery will focus on:
  • Vegetable seeds and seedlings
  • Native plants, shrubs, trees and fruit bushes
  • Organic compost, soil, mulches and soil amendments
  • Planters and garden tools
  • Fermob Patio Furniture

Not Far From the Tree: Neighbourhood Tree Giveaway
Saturday, May 7th, 8 am to 1 pm
Evergreen Brickworks

If you’re a current fruit tree owner or a Torontonian who has the space and time to take on growing and caring for a native tree, Not Far From the Tree will be hosting a FREE Native tree and shrubs giveaway on Saturday May 7th from 8 am to 1 pm during Evergreen’s Saturday Farmers’ Market!

The Neighbourhood Tree Giveaway Program supports the City of Toronto’s goal of reaching a 40% tree canopy cover by 2050. Find out more about our urban tree canopy and ways you can further protect our trees, young and old, here.  A well cared for native edible or non-edible tree is an amazing asset to the community for many years to come. The City of Toronto provides all trees, which are native to Toronto’s seed zone and suited for our urban environment.

Toronto Star: It is time for a living wage that improves social connectedness for all Canadians

University of Calgary Report: Government Public Policy Drives Food Bank Visits

Save Soil Movement
Save Soil is a global movement launched by Sadhguru to save soil from extinction, and bring the necessary policies to address the catastrophic issue facing humanity. The UN has reported that, unless we rapidly change how we manage our soils, 90% of them could become degraded by 2050, resulting in a global food crisis. The Save Soil movement, started with the support of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), aims to address this issue by creating mass awareness amongst 3.5 billion people to support their leaders in instituting policies and actions to revitalize and bring back the topsoil. To learn more about this movement, please click here.

Toronto Food Resources

Active Transportation / Public Transit

Beyond the automobile: E-Bikes Are Here – Are Our Trails Ready?

Bikechain DIY Bike Services
Bikechain is a non-profit bicycle shop working to make cycling and bicycle repairs more accessible for students and the wider community. Visit to see their Spring 2022 services, view their job posting for an experienced mechanic, and visit their Resources page to discover other DIY bike spaces, a map of bike fixit stations in Toronto and tips for buying a quality used bike.

CycleTO Bike Safety Stations in April
CycleTO will be hosting several bike safety stations in different areas of the city throughout April. Visit a station  to get help with things like inflating your tires, lubricating your chain, performing an ABC safety check, and anything else their teams can safely accomplish in a few minutes. View the dates and locations for the bike safety stations here.

Donations / Volunteering

Butt Blitz Registration is Open!
A Greener Future is recruiting Butt Blitz Volunteers in 33 locations across Canada. The mission of this program is to raise awareness and clean up cigarette litter. All butts collected will be recycled through TerraCycle. Throughout April their goal is to collectively pick up 1 million butts, but we need about 300 volunteers to make it happen. The Butt Blitz program is a fun and engaging way to make a positive impact in your community, meet other people who are protecting the environment, and learn new ways to take action.

Yours to Protect (YTP) Weekend
Earth Day weekend - April 22nd-24th
YTP is working with local groups and community initiatives all across the province who want to host the YTP WKND: Three days of rallies, protests, info drops and nature walks to draw attention to local environmental problems or give people a chance to experience more of this beautiful province. Right now they’re looking for event hosts - learn more and register your group here.

Do you want to be a Secondhand Sunday Champion?
April 24
A local Secondhand Sunday "Champion" is a volunteer who helps to bring the event to their community by sharing information with neighbours and local organizations. Please check out the Do-It-Yourself Guide in the Toolkit section. You'll find resources including links to community maps, councillor lists,  posters and flyers to help you bring SHS to your community!

Grants and Opportunities

The Future Ground Prize
The David Suzuki Foundation is proud to announce that the second edition in Ontario and first edition in British Columbia of the Future Ground Prize — presented by Desjardins and supported by Nature’s Way — is still open for applications! Designed for youth groups and organizations throughout Ontario and British Columbia, the contest will celebrate those between five and 25 years old who are actively making a positive impact on the environment within their communities and cultivating a better future for all.
Contestants will have the chance to win up to $5,000 and an exclusive virtual meeting with renowned scientists, environmentalists, and authors David Suzuki and Severn Cullis-Suzuki. Deadline April 15.

Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility:
Seniors Community Grant Program
April 28, 2022, 5:00 p.m. deadline to apply for $1,000 to $25,000. Learn more.

Alterna Savings Community Grants
April 29, 2022, deadline to apply for $1,000.

Olive Tree Foundation
May 31, 2022, Project Introduction Form due.
Priority areas for funding in 2022 are: Anti-racism/Islamophobia; Indigenous and interfaith; Climate Action; and, Youth

Whole Cities Foundation: Community First Grant program
A Whole Foods Market Team Member must complete a nomination application for the recipient (if shortlisted, must complete a Community Partner Application) to receive $8,000.

Desjardins Credit Union GoodSpark Fund: $250 million by 2024. Consider contacting a branch for more information.

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