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Congratulations to the B.C. and Yukon and Ontario Provincial Councils who submitted the resolutions adopted at the 2019 National Convention in Calgary. Also, congratulations to Edmonton Diocesan Council for submitting the resolution adopted at the 2019 Alberta Mackenzie Provincial Convention.
Members of all ages and councils of all sizes are encouraged to contribute by studying the resolutions and following up on the Action Plans. I’ve composed sample letters as a helpful resource for your letter-writing campaigns. Please revise and personalize them as you wish. The sample letters are quick and easy to use!
Additional resources, tips and strategies can be accessed on the diocesan, provincial and national websites. National’s website contains the entire text for all active resolutions (2019 and prior years).
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Resolutions play a major part in the League’s work. At the parish level, studying and discussing resolutions is an educational experience. Resolution 2020.01 has been posted here in its draft form, so that it can be used as a reference by councils that want to compose a new resolution. It is important that no action be taken on this resolution until it has been fully debated and adopted by its highest intended level—the National Convention in 2021.
St. Patrick’s Parish Council
2020.01 Federal Legislation to Reduce Food Loss and Waste
Resolved, that Calgary Diocesan Council of The Catholic Women’s League of Canada at the 98th annual Diocesan Convention assembled urge the federal government to enact legislation to reduce food loss and waste for the Canadian industrial, commercial and institutional sectors, and be it further
Resolved, that this resolution be forwarded to Alberta Mackenzie Provincial Council for consideration at the 73rd annual convention in 2020.