This January 28-30, will you #ChoosetoInclude? The 2022 #ChoosetoInclude Donut is a Chocolate Cake Ring donut with White Fondant, Sprinkles and Whipped Topping. 100% of proceeds from sales will support Special Olympics across Canada.
Special Olympics Canada has once again partnered with Tim Hortons to create the limited edition #ChoosetoInclude Donut, available from January 28-30. 100% of the proceeds from sales of the donut will go directly to local Special Olympics community programs, supporting more than 41,000 athletes with an intellectual disability across Canada.
Tim Hortons has been a proud partner of Special Olympics Canada since 2016 - from sponsoring youth programs ActiveStart and FUNdamentals, to sending gift cards to Special Olympics activities across the county, supporting National Games and of course, creating a Special Olympics donut to raise funds and awareness for the movement.
Like Special Olympics, Tim Hortons understands the power of inclusion - and its ability to change lives. Tim Hortons has hired many individuals with an intellectual disability at restaurants across the country, including many Special Olympics athletes! They truly are a place for everyone. #ChoosetoInclude#specialolympics
What are you waiting for? Get your #ChoosetoInclude Donut today! Every donut purchased will help Special Olympics athletes get back on the field of play. ... See MoreSee Less
Media Release - MFNPS SB Detach - WANTED Ethan Markus BEAULIEU. If you have any information on his whereabouts, please contact MFNPS Sandy Bay Detachment at (204) 843-7700, MFNP TIPS Line at 1-833-978-0048 or Crimestoppers at 1(800) 222-8477 (TIPS). ... See MoreSee Less
On, January 4th, 2022 MFNPS staff wore a ribbon skirt or shirt, to show your support and stand in solidarity with Isabella Kulak. Bill S-227 Marks January 4th, National Ribbon Skirt Day.
Isabella Kulak (Cote First Nation) in Saskatchewan was shamed for wearing her ribbon skirt to her school's formal day in December 2020.At this event, a staff member commented that her ribbon skirt was not considered formal. Given the signficance of ribbon skirts for those who identify as a woman, Isabella received an outpouring of national support following the event including the first and second reading of a bill in parliament to mark January 4th as a national holiday to honour the ribbon skirt.
MFNPS is proud to have woman in our Service wear their skirts with pride and in solidarity across Turtle Island and honour the traditional importance of Ribbon Skirts wearing one that shares part of our Story.