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SCAN! London started with four (very) active members, and we’re excited about the activities and events we’re planning.

If you live in or near London and are interested in SCAN!’s organizing against climate breakdown,

please don’t hesitate to get in touch:

The Roundup!

February 26, 2024

Here are some details about the January Climate Conversation at the Kiwanis Seniors’ Centre. The eighty-minute conversation included SCAN!’s Call For Action and a  presentation of some of the good climate news in Ontario and around the world. Feedback was very positive and supportive. Everyone took home a set of three postcards to send to the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and a SCAN! information card on how to join. We’re looking forward to a Climate Conversation with a mixed seniors’ group in March, with about 18 people expected.

Peter and Donnafaye staffed a SCAN! table at the Horton Street 50+ Centre’s Health and Active Living Fair, where SCAN! was promoted and people were encouraged to join SCAN! London. There were about 40 exhibitors and over 150 participants. There was no charge for the table, and lunch was provided.

The Seniors Information and Active Living Fair is a public education initiative, developed in partnership between the Older Adult Centre’s Association of Ontario (OACAO) and the Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat. Those who attended heard greetings from the Honorable Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors & Accessibility; greetings from local MPPs; a presentation on Fraud Prevention by the West Region OPP; an Elder Abuse presentation; and a mini-presentation on Hearing Health and Cognition by Beck Hearing.

Seniors in the London region turned out to the Power Up rally on November 4, 2023, to show their support for vigorous action on climate issues.