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Monday November 22nd, 2016 
Ruch and Norie 

December 3, 2016 at 3:45PM
at the Peace Latvian Ev. Lutheran Church
Ruch and Norie” is a Latvian-produced documentary of a human interest story about two contrasting people striking up a surprising, emotional and spiritual relationship. Japanese student Norie travels to Latvia to study the Suiti community, where she meets Ruch, one of the oldest Suiti women. That changes Norie’s life forever and the close bond between them doesn't break even after her return to Japan. Norie thinks she has found her deceased grandma in Ruch. Meanwhile, Ruch worries about Norie and trembles at the news of every earthquake in Japan. The documentary "Ruch and Norie" shows us all that there are no borders to a genuine human relationship filled with laughter, caring and love.


This free event will take place on December 3, 2016 at 4:30PM at the Peace Latvian Ev. Lutheran Church, 83 Main Street, Ottawa. Doors open at 3:45PM. Light refreshments will be served. The screening will be in Latvian with English subtitles. Free admission, but tickets are required. To reserve your seat, please click here.
Meet the Canadian Delegates to the Ship for World Youth
12 young people will represent Canada on the
“The Ship for World Youth Leaders”  


The Ship for World Youth Leaders Program is operated by the Cabinet Office of the Government of Japan and involves young people from Japan and countries around the world. The participants board a ship, sail to other countries, live together, and while on board, they study and discuss common issues from a global perspective and participate in other various activities that involve multicultural and multinational exchange opportunities.
The Canadian participants will embark in January next year and travel to Japan, Fiji and New Zealand.

Learn more about the Canadian delegation here:
http://swycanada.org/swy-29-canadian-delegation/ 


For further inquiries about the Ship for World Youth, the Canadian delegation, and how you can support them, please contact: Henry Tsang (National Leader) henrytsangarchitect@gmail.com
Notice for visitors at the Information and Culture Centre
 
From Friday, December 9th to Friday, December 16th, our library loan services will be temporarily unavailable while maintenance is carried out. Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause.
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