Dated: March 27th, 2018 In the fall of last year, KPIRG became aware of some accounting issues for the 2017 calendar year. This is a matter we take extremely seriously. We immediately began a full investigation and sought the advice of lawyer. From that investigation, we believe that an amount of money, totaling approximately $111,000,... Continue Reading →
Here is a review of the workshop written by Jeff Shantz for the Social Justice Centre. Thanks very much to Kalamity Hildebrandt for your time and care in leading us on this discussion. Research into applied models of transformative justice is on-going at KPIRG. Join us to find out more.Please join and share on facebook:... Continue Reading →
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For Women's Month 2018, KPIRG has several events coming up! 1) Thurs. March 15th @11am -- Indigenous Women Confront State Violence (with Surrey People Power) -- a visual presentation and discussion (led by Jenn Allan & Martha Roberts) on the long and brutal history of police and courts' repression against Indigenous women in the Canadian state... Continue Reading →
Our annual general meeting was held on March 28th. Here's our full report (as a PDF) that was prepared for the meeting, and minutes shall soon be available.
KPIRG is very pleased to announce the creation of a new workshop series to promote grassroots research and develop our technical skills. Get in touch with us if you have an idea for an upcoming workshop: <firstname.lastname@example.org> We begin Thursday February 8th, with an in-depth session on how to file "Access to Information" requests, in... Continue Reading →
We're looking for folks passionate about social and environmental justice to join our Board of Directors! Learn new skills, receive training, meet like-minded people, gain experience on an organizational level and do some awesome work on social and environmental justice. As a Director or Board Organizer you will help fill the operational and logistical needs of KPIRG so... Continue Reading →