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Energy Efficient Sisters Model Ecological Living for the 21st Century

In 1997, a group of 10 Sisters used Workshop in a Box - Ecological Living for the 21st Century. Three of them, Sisters Janet Fraser, Peggy Bach and Mary Fatta, all pictured at left, decided to use what they had learned to live in an ecologically friendly house. One of their objectives was to conserve energy.

They conducted an energy audit in their house. As a result, they decided to use Bullfrog power, a system which produces green, clean energy feeding it to the grid on behalf of its customers.

Sister Conrad Awarded Diamond Jubilee Medal

On June 21, 2012, Sister Conrad Lauber, was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal by Laurel Broten, MPP Etobicoke-Lakeshore, in a presentation that took place at Village Mosaic at 2794 Lake Shore Blvd. West. Sr. Conrad is a Sister of St. Joseph and Laurel Broten thanked the Sisters for “bringing a gathering place to the Lakeshore.” She spoke of Sr. Conrad as an "unsung hero" and wished to present the medal here in place with the seniors.

Ursula Matthews Awarded Jubilee Medal

On April 27, 2012, Ursula Matthews, Co-Director of the CSJ Associates, was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal in a presentation that took place at the Captain Bellenden Hutcheson VC Armory in Etobicoke. She is pictured here on the right with Conrad Lauber CSJ on the left.

World Refugee Day: June 20, 2012

Catherine and Steve re-united with their daughter, Patricia.

United Nations' World Refugee Day honours the courage, strength and determination of women, men and children forced to flee their homeland under threat of persecution, conflict and violence.

Becoming Neighbours: Annual Margaret Myatt CSJ Recognition Award

Sister Margaret Myatt, centre, with Ellen Leonard CSJ and Jack Lynch SFM

At the AGM of Becoming Neighbours on May 9, 2012, a new annual award was announced: the "Becoming Neighbours Annual Margaret Myatt CSJ Recognition Award."  The award was named in honour of Sr. Margaret who first envisioned this ministry which could be carried out collaboratively by local congregations. In 2003, the Sisters of St. Joseph Leadership Team invited 19 congregations of women and men religious in the city to come together in this Becoming Neighbours ministry that assists newcomers to Canada.

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