News From OPIRG

OPIRG is hiring for three Work Study positions! Fall 2016 semester.

August 23rd, 2016 | Job Posting, News

Are you a student who cares about social and environmental justice? Are you looking for part-time work? We’re hiring! The application deadline is September 4 at noon, and we’re aiming to hold interviews September 12-14. The jobs are 10 hours per week for 10 weeks (September 19 to November 25) and the pay is $16.40 per […]

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July 19 & 20 workshop: WTF is Solidarity? (Summer Institute 2016 #5)

July 11th, 2016 | News

WTF is Solidarity? Part 1: Tuesday July 19, 5:30-8:30pm (in UC 442) Part 2: Wednesday July 20, 5:30-8:30pm (in UC 103) – part 2 is only open to people who attended part 1 The final workshop of the 2016 Summer Institute will explore what coalition building and solidarity can look like. We will discuss […]

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July 14 workshop! Traveling Inward: Conflict Transmutation (Summer Institute 2016 #4)

July 5th, 2016 | News

GRCGED and OPIRG Guelph invite you to the fourth workshop of the 2016 Summer Institute! Thursday July 14, 5:30-8:30pm University Centre (UC) 103, U of G campus Conflict is a fact of life. However, how can we better manage when we come into contact with opposing ideas and views? In traveling inward, participants […]

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June 23 workshop! Truth and Decolonization (Summer Institute 2016 #3)

June 21st, 2016 | News

  Thursday June 23, 5:30-8:30pm To be confirmed:  UC 442, U of G campus (please check in closer to the date) GRCGED and OPIRG Guelph invite you to the third workshop of the 2016 Summer Institute: Truth and Decolonization This participatory workshop will provide an introduction to historical and ongoing forms of colonization and assimilation […]

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SAT. JUNE 18: Community Tree Planting at Wolfond Park

June 17th, 2016 | News

    Come and help if you can! The Speed River Project is running a Community Tree Planting on Saturday June 18 at Wolfond Park East (212 Arthur Street North). We’ll be there from 10am to 3pm, planting about 120 native woodland plants like Bloodroots, Mayapple, Canada Anemone, and False Solomons. These ideal plant species […]

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