Thursday, September 28th Laura-Lee Karen Burey One from Many Worlds Burey is a Seedlings for Change researcher. Her topic is Racial Intermixture in Canada and Latin America: the Métis and the Mestizo in History, and the objective was to reveal the true story of the Métis people in the Niagara Region and the Mestizo people […]

Thursday, October 5th Ron Dale Break in the Covenant Chain   Ron Dale had a 38-year long career with Parks Canada. Ron managed Niagara National Historic Sites including Fort George, Butlers Barracks, Fort Mississauga, Navy Island, Navy Hall, the Commons and Brock’s Monument. He is the author of books on the history of Niagara-on-the-Lake, the […]

Thursday, October 5th Adalbert Lallier The Other Side of War   Hungarian -born Lallier, retired Concordia University professor, was forcibly inducted into the SS at 17. In 1945 at 19 he witnessed Julius Viel raise his rifle and randomly shoot seven Jews suddenly and without provocation. Responding to his decades long agony of conscience, after […]

Seedling for Change in Society and Environment in collaboration with Seedling for Change in History, temporary residents working in the agricultural sector, Mahtay Cafe & Lounge, Niagara Jazz Festival, Salsa Soul Productions, and Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre Invitation Week of the Dead Celebration November 1-5 Time: 7-9 pm Location: Mahtay Cafe & Lounge, 241 St. Paul St., […]

  Greetings Friends of Seedling for Change!      What are you doing this coming Sunday? Come out to seed for change! The street photo exhibit will be up on time for official opening Sunday, December 3. Meet us at Niagara Falls History Museum. Bring friends, family, neighbors, strangers, friends, and acquaintances.      We […]

DESCRIPTION Are you a long-time resident in Niagara? Are you new to the area? Studying in Niagara? Planning to relocate to Niagara? Exploring new ways of doing business? Would you like to grow with us? Join us, we want you here! This is the first of a series of workshops that will run across Niagara starting […]

This year we focus on juveniles (12-17), youth (18-30) and gangs. Why start with this focus? As human civilization faces unprecedented dangers of its making, we begin with the recognition that ‘our youth are our future’. Government responses to youth gangs around the world centre on short-term militaristic tactics based on fear, hatred and misrepresentation. […]

This year we focus on juveniles (12-17), youth (18-30) and gangs. Why start with this focus? As human civilization faces unprecedented dangers of its making, we begin with the recognition that ‘our youth are our future’. Government responses to youth gangs around the world centre on short-term militaristic tactics based on fear, hatred and misrepresentation. […]