Thursday June 23, 5:30-8:30pm To be confirmed: UC 442, U of G campus (please check in closer to the date) https://www.facebook.com/events/1760489524167133/ 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 […]
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 […]
GRCGED and OPIRG Guelph invite you to the second workshop of the 2016 Summer Institute:Self Care for Advocates in Vulnerable Sectors Thursday June 16, 5:30-8:30pm University Centre (UC) 441, U of G campus https://www.facebook.com/events/591083444394550/Workers and activists in the vulnerable sectors can easily become overwhelmed by the countless demands for our emotional and mental labour. We […]
Wednesday June 8, 5:30-8:30pm University Centre (UC) 441 note: the location may change if it is too small – stay tuned! GRCGED and OPIRG Guelph invite you to the first workshop of the 2016 Summer Institute: Anti-oppression & Intersectionality Anti oppression work must reside in a framework that is accessible, restorative and sustainable over […]
Saturday June 4th Royal City Park gazebo (Gordon St. and the Speed River, across the street from the Boathouse) 9am-12pm (Please arrive at 8:30 for registration and check-in) On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1303671622982227/ ***This FREE event is part of the 2RiversFestival*** Join OPIRG Guelph and Wellington Water Watchers for our 37th annual 2Rivers Cleanup. This […]
OPIRG Guelph is on the traditional territory of the Attawandaron/Attawandaronk/Neutral People. We strive to be accountable to this in all aspects of our work by fostering positive relationship while challenging destructive ones.