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1993 Programming (Learned Conference).

File consists of documentation from the Canadian Federation for the Humanities related to the planning of the CSCH session within the Learned Societies Conference, in particluar correspondence concerning meeting rooms, audio-visual services, CSCH session dates, and hotel accomodation.

Canadian Ensign Flag

Object is a Canadian Red Ensign flag that was the last to fly over the Parliament buildings in Canada. The flag features the Union Jack from the United Kingdom and is embellished with the Arms of Canada as a shield in the bottom right quarter. The shield is divided into four quarters, consisting of the coats of arms of England, Scotland, Ireland and the Kingdom of France, the four founding nations of Canada. At the base is a sprig of three maple leaves representing Canada.

OttawaWatch 172: The bland leading the bland?

Article synopsis: Discusses Keeping the Faith: A Multi-Faith Dialogue on Spirituality and International Development in the Current Global Context conference held in Ottawa by the Canadian Christian Relief and Development Association whose aim was to initiate dialogue between Canadian faith-based organizations to share best practices about peace building, environmental protection, and gender balanced programming.

OttawaWatch 21: Mixing advocacy and politics.

Article synopsis: Recounts the March for Marriage event that took place on Parliament Hill on April 9, 2005 organized by John Pacheo, pro-life, pro-family activist, and how Pacheo wanted the media wanted to crowd-count the event participants higher than the number on the day of the day.

OttawaWatch 212: Five groups ameetin'.

Article synopsis: Discusses five Christian groups and their meetings with Members of Parliament in Ottawa. The groups include Association for Reformed Political Action (ARPA), Cardus (Christian think tank), Canada Family Action Coalition (CFAC), the Laurentian Leadership Centre of Trinity Western University, and the Parliamentary Pro Life Caucus (PPLC).

OttawaWatch 233: Mega-churchers at the Laurier.

Article synopsis: Discusses the Billy Graham School of Evangelism event hosted at the Chateau Laurier and four teachers who are Canadian mega-church pastors: Charles Price of The Peoples Church, Toronto; Rick Reed of Metropolitan Bible Church, Ottawa; Claude Houde of Nouvelle Vie (New Life) Church in Montreal; and Mark Hughes of Church of the Rock in Winnipeg. The article also discusses a few new book titles, One Goal: A Praise and Prayer Journal by Gerry Organ, and Through a Lens Darkly: How the News Media Perceive and Portray Evangelicals by David Haskell.

OttawaWatch 246: Those pesky flu shots.

Article synopsis: Discusses the H1N1 flu shot distribution through the federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq its related controversy. The author shares their experience receiving the flu short in Parc Richeleau in Ottawa. The article also discusses the Wilberforce Weekend and the annual Faith@Work Forum.

OttawaWatch 247: Conflicts past and present.

Article synopsis: Discusses the Remembrance Day service at the National War Memorial that included Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and remembers Canadians involved in the Korean conflict. The article also discusses Carolyn Stewart Olsen, communication advisor about the immunization program, and lastly the article mentions the criticism of vaccination through drug companies and the World Health Organization.

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