Welfare and handouts may temporarily displace fiscal poverty, but a job from economic initiatives can effectively combat fiscal AND social poverty, raise dignity, improve conditions in the community, and have a positive impact on the younger generation approaching adulthood. This story tells how Little Pine First Nations Reserve took an economic initiative and changed their community.
The TWU Campus Conservative Club is hosting an event with Guest Speaker Dylan Hanley discussing the current geopolitical climate in the Middle East and the role that Israel plays and how that connects back to Canada. Dylan (http://www.cija.ca/team/dylan-hanley/) is presently the Associate Director of University Relations at the Centre for Israel & Jewish Affairs.
Join us on Monday September 23, 2013 in the Alumni Hall (upstairs in the Reimer Student Centre) at 7:00 PM.