You can now access the latest Ark newsletter from the link on the home page.
We are honoured to have the famous Covenant Players return for their third visit to the Ark, Sunday Aug. 28, 4 PM. They will be presenting several of their thought provoking skits during the Connection meeting and during the evening meal. We greatly appreciate them including the Ark in their itinerary.
Visit the New School of Colour’s art show and sale at East Village Arts Collective (EVAC), 757 Dundas St, Friday Aug 19, 4 pm to Sept 19. There are extended afternoon and evening hours for the show. info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Support the Ark’s artists and pick up a unique piece of art for yourself or as a gift. BTW, you can always see more of our artwork by dropping by the Ark – our dining room is a gallery!
It is our turn to again contribute to the London Poverty Research Centre blog. This time it is about precarious employment, entitled “A Job is (or was) the Best Social Policy. You can read it at http://povertyresearch.ca/blog/a-job-is-or-was-the-best-social-policy/
Thanks to David Reid of Webdynamix.info for the complete re-design of the Ark website. He is great to work with and creatively used all the material we provided with a minimal effort on our part. The new site has more features, which we will be getting fleshed out soon. It is also a lot more […]
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RT @Mission1951 "Harm Reduction is working" @Healthmac Opioid related deaths have decreased at a time when it is expected to raise. "A positive sign we're moving in the right direction" - Dr. Chris Mackie #addiction #LdnOnt pic.twitter.com/iIcjtDJMwg
We're open! (University closed so we got extra treats) #ldnont
RT @RobinatLFPress Barbara Addley of @ArkAidMission in #ldnont is hoping people will consider donating clothes, footwear and blankets this season, which can be dropped off at 696 Dundas St. during regular business hours. #SpiritOfGiving #swont pic.twitter.com/kiwQY7FrTu
Food rescuers set sights on hungry youth thelondoner.ca/news/local-new…
RT @SachaLongCTV It takes some serious muscle to move 2,500 pounds of potatoes but volunteers at The Glen Cairn Community Resource Centre are happy to ‘sweat it out’ for this donation... just a fraction of the 20,000 pounds of food given to the @coalition_food this morning! @CTVLondon pic.twitter.com/7XobL4qi7Y
Mustn't criminalize poverty twitter.com/st3v3turn3r/st…
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