February is Black History Month!

Black History Month is a time where we are invited to participate in events to celebrate the many accomplishments and contributions, past and present, of the Black community to Canada and the world. Some influential members of the Black community include: Rosa Parks was an African-American civil rights activist who resisted racial segregation when she refused to give up h...
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Women’s History Month

October is a time to recognize how the past is not just "history", but "her story" too. Over the years, many women have made significant contributions to Canada. One example is Elizabeth Bagshaw, who was one of Canada's first female doctors. In 1932, she helped to open the country's first birth control clinic. Although illegal at the time, Elizabeth believed these clinics we...
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