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As part of the D7815 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility awareness and to help engage Rotarians, you are invited to participate in our upcoming online DEIA Spotlight Series.

We are pleased to welcome Joanne Owuor from Cohesia as the presenter/facilitator for our first session.  Unpacking and Exploring our Lenses will be held Monday, February 6, 2023 from 7 pm – 8 pm AST.



Joanne Owuor, Director, Organisational Development at, Cohesia Institute has over 13 years’ experience working in the not-for-profit sector in leadership, research, and management roles and has developed expertise in grassroots coalition building, designing, and implementing anti-racism and culturally responsive strategies, community outreach, and leading multi-stakeholder engagement and strategic planning for migrant communities.

Joanne holds the values of racial equity, anti-oppression, and justice central to her work and engages individuals and organisations in this work through education, advocacy and coalition building.



Please register for D7815 DEIA Spotlight Series by clicking this link:



Please contact Cheryl McDaniel at cherdmc77@gmail.com with any questions regarding this event.

For inquiries around the Spotlight Series, please direct them to our Spotlight Series Chair, Kathi Zwicker at kathizrotary@gmail.com.

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Moving past the #94 

As a Rotarian and Rotaractor, we are here to help people and communities. With this in mind, we would like to introduce you to the #94in94 campaign.  

What is it? It is a social media campaign that was launched on June 29, 2021, to raise awareness of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action.  

After the second year, the Indigenous Relations Committee would like to explain the following

points to you, your family, and your friends: 

  • What is the #94in94 campaign about? 
  •  Circles for Reconciliation 
  •  National Centre of Truth and Reconciliation 
  •  Report on ReconciliAction Plans, Opportunities for Action 
  •  Reconciliation Thunder 
  •  Report on the impact of the #94in94 Campaign 

The event is open to the public, and will take place online on January 13, 2023, at 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM CST.   (8:00 PM - 9:30 PM AST)

Please follow the link below to reserve your spot for free: 


Come meet the following great Panelists: 

  • Kaila Johnston – Supervisor of Education, Outreach, and Public Programming 
  • Suzanne Carrière – Canada’s first Métis citizenship judge 
  • Skye Sommehalder – Indigenous Youth Research Associate 
  • Maimuna Gaye – Community Development Officer 
  • Jill Andrew – Member of the Provincial Parliament of Ontario 

This collaborative event is organised by: Circles for Reconciliation, Reconciliation Thunder and The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.  

So, don’t be afraid of the “R” word (Reconciliation) and join the event to learn more about it! 

Share with your family and your friends, and don’t forget: the more people who participate, the better it is for the community.  


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Passer devant le #94
En tant que Rotarien et Rotaracteur, nous sommes ici pour aider les gens et leurs communautés. Avec ceci en tête, nous aimerons vous présenter la campagne #94in94.
Qu’est-ce que c’est? C’est une campagne sur les réseaux sociaux qui a été fondé le 29 juin, 2021 afin de faire connaître la Commission 94 de la Vérité et Réconciliation, Appels à l’Action.
Après la deuxième année, le Comité des Relations Autochtones aimerait expliquer les points suivants à vous, votre famille et vos amis :
  • Qu’est-ce que la campagne #94in94?
  • Cercles de Réconciliation
  • Centre National de la Vérité et Réconciliation
  • Compte rendu sur le plan de RéconciliAction et les Opportunités d’Action
  •  “Reconciliation Thunder”
  • Compte rendu de l’impact de la Campagne #94in94
Cet événement est ouvert au public, ça se passera en ligne le 13 janvier 2023, à 18 :00 – 19 :30 CST. (8:00 PM - 9:30 PM AST)
S’il vous plaît, suivez le lien ci-dessous afin de réserver votre place gratuitement :
Venez rencontrer les grands panélistes suivants :
  • Kaila Johnston – Superviseur en Éducation, Sensibilisation et Programmation Publique
  • Suzanne Carrière – Première juge de la citoyenneté Métis du Canada
  • Skye Sommehalder – Associée à la Recherche pour les Jeunes Indigènes
  • Maimuna Gaye – Agente de Développement Communautaire
  • Jill Andrew – Membre du Parlement Provincial de l’Ontario
Cet événement collaboratif est organisé par : Cercles de Réconciliation, “Reconciliation Thunder” et le Centre National de la Vérité et la Réconciliation.
Alors, n’ayez pas peur du mot “R” (Réconciliation) et joignez l’événement pour en apprendre davantage!
Partagez avec votre famille et vos amis et n’oubliez pas : plus de gens qui participent, le mieux c’est pour la communauté.


District Mailing Address
Nicole Whyte
District Secretary
407-590 Queen Street
Fredericton, NB
E3B 7H9
Cell: 506-440-5404 
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