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RCEN E-Bulletin: October 29, 2008

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Network News — October 29th, 2008

Thank You for a Great AGA!

The RCEN would like to thank everybody who participated in its 2008 AGA this past weekend in Toronto. It was truly inspiring to see so many devoted individuals sharing ideas, opinions and good times. A special thank you to the National Council, staff members of the Provincial/ Territorial Affiliate Networks and other RCEN members for taking time out of their busy schedules to attend this event. Read more about RCEN E-Bulletin: October 29, 2008

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RCEN E-Bulletin: October 1, 2008

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Network News — October 1st, 2008

RCEN Annual General Assembly Updates

The registration deadline for the AGA* is next Wednesday, October 8th! Register now to win tickets to the Planet in Focus International Environmental Film & Video Festival. The next 8 people to register and pay online will receive two “Free Range” vouchers, to use for any regular screening during the festival (October 22-26). Click here to register now!

This year’s keynote speech will be given by Dr. Lynn Marshall on the topic of “Health and the Environment”. Other workshops and sessions will address topics such as: children’s environmental health, collaboration between indigenous and environmental groups, the environmental challenges of continental integration, nanotechnologies, electromagnetic radiation sensitivities and sustainability. View the Schedule

Make your trip to the AGA carbon-neutral! Buy your “Gold Standard” carbon offsets from Planetair, a Canadian non-profit service based in Montreal.

* The 2008 AGA will take place at the Sheraton Parkway and Best Western Parkway Hotels in Toronto (Richmond Hill), from October 24-26. See you there!

Elections Resources

Check out our Elections 2008 webpage for a list of useful resources intended to make the environment a top issue on October 14th. Read more about RCEN E-Bulletin: October 1, 2008

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RCEN E-Bulletin: September 24, 2008

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Network News — September 24th, 2008

Election 2008: Environmental Resources and Information

With a fall election upon us, several environmental organizations and other civil society groups are working hard to ensure that the environment remains an important point of discussion until voting day on October 14th. Please visit our 2008 Federal Election page to view a list of organizations that are offering useful resources, information and insightful commentary on their websites for both citizens and groups to access during the election campaign.

AGA Venue Update

Please note that the location for the upcoming RCEN AGA (October 24-26) has changed due to uncontrollable circumstances. The 2008 AGA will be taking place at the Sheraton Parkway & Best Western Parkway Hotels in Toronto (Richmond Hill). For more information, please visit http://www.rcen.ca/AGA/main.html. Apologies for any inconvenience this change may have caused. Read more about RCEN E-Bulletin: September 24, 2008

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CEN E-Bulletin: September 17, 2008

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Network News — September 17th, 2008

RCEN Official Sponsor of Planet in Focus' Green Pitch 2008

The RCEN is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Planet in Focus International Environmental Film and Video Festival's 2008 Green Pitch Competition! The competition invites up-and-coming filmmakers to submit ideas for environmental documentaries. Selected participants will gain valuable first-hand feedback as they present their pitches to Environmental NGOs, broadcasters, producers and established filmmakers for the chance to win development funding and services. Stay tuned for a chance to win tickets to the Planet in Focus Festival, which is taking place from October 22-26 in Toronto.

The RCEN Annual General Assembly will also take place in Toronto, from October 24-26. Visit www.rcen.ca/AGA/main.html for details about registration and to view the updated schedule. Read more about CEN E-Bulletin: September 17, 2008

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