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#HCCReads: Let's Read and Talk: Virtual Discussion with Sheila Watt-Cloutier's "Right to be Cold"

On Thursday, November 19th at 8 pm Ms. Watt-Cloutier shared her stories from her novel “The Right to Be Cold” with our community of Halton.

Thanks to our incredible partners and sponsors, we had over 850 Zoom participants in our virtual discussion with Sheila Watt-Cloutier.

Thanks to Cogeco Cable’s YourTV, many more viewers also joined us via Channel 700! We have received over 2,800 community questions and over 480 students are reading and being inspired to act after participating in Ms. Watt-Cloutier’s inspirational story and talk!

In the coming weeks, our partners Milton Public Library, Halton Hills Public Library, Oakville Public Library, Halton District School Board Library, and Burlington Public Library will be sharing the top 10 community questions, adjudicated by this team. We will be sending these questions back to Ms. Watt-Cloutier for her answers and we will share Sheila’s answer with you. Stay tuned! 
 
Please visit your local library: Halton Hills Public Library,  Milton Public Library,  Oakville Public LibraryBurlington Public Library to pick up your copy of “The Right to be Cold”.
Follow #HCCReads & @haltonclimate on Twitter to follow the conversation.

Generation Green

Generation Green is a youth led initiative with the goal of engaging Halton students in climate action leadership, and supporting them in their commitment to greenhouse gas emission reductions in order to drive change and action in their communities.

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Students who join Generation Green will implement an initiative in their community that will reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. In order to make this process as easy as possible, students will have full support from the Halton Climate Collective, as well as access to several resourceswebinars, and an opportunity for face to face meetings with HCC staff. 

For more information and to join, visit the Generation Green page. 

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