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"In a sense, Inuit of my generation have lived in both the ice age and the space age. The modern world arrived slowly in some places in the world, and quickly in others. But in the Arctic, it appeared in a single generation."  - Sheila Watt-Cloutier

Without a stable, safe climate, people cannot exercise their economic, social, or cultural rights. The HCC Reads campaign continues to engage our community about the challenging issues of climate change. Our 2020 selection, Sheila Watt-Cloutier’s "The Right to be Cold" will inspire you to understand the issue and lean into local climate action.
 

Join us on Thursday, November 19th at 8pm as Ms. Watt-Cloutier will be sharing stories from her novel “The Right to Be Cold”. Learn as Ms. Watt-Cloutier shares her lessons with our community of Halton.

Please register today for our on-line virtual event or tune in to Cogeco YourTV channel 23 at 8pm.  Tickets for the on-line event are limited please use this link to secure your ticket today: http://bit.ly/HCCLetsTalk

"The Right to be Cold " gives an authentic perspective and personal reflections into the challenges and impacts in Northern Canada. It is a biography, concentrating on Sheila Watt-Cloutier's life's work to protect the Inuit culture and the Arctic. She is both inspiring and courageous. Get your copy in person or online at your local library and learn more about the parallels between safeguarding the Arctic and the survival of Inuit culture. 


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