The New Leaf Board and staff extend an invitation to individuals, service group, companies, government officials and other interested parties to attend the 2022 Annual General meeting to be held on September 13, 2022 at 1800 (6:00 PM). held at the New Leaf office, located above the Post Office in Westville.
If you are interested in attending, please complete the form below.
The New Leaf Board and staff extend an invitation to individuals, service group, companies, government officials and other interested parties to attend the 2021 Annual General meeting to be held on September 14, 2021 at 1800 (6:00 PM).
Due to Covid-19, and limited space New Leaf may need to limit attendance. If you are interested in joining New Leaf's AGM, please fill out the form below.
Note, depending on Covid-19 restrictions and cases locally, the AGM may be moved online.
The New Leaf Board and staff extend an invitation to individuals, service groups, companies, government officials and other interested parties to attend the 2020 Annual General meeting for New Leaf.
Due to Covid-19 this years general meeting will be held virtually. The meeting will be held on September 08, 2020 at 1800 (06:00 pm).
In order to join the general meeting, please register by submitting the below form.
In the wake of Covid-19, the mass murders in Portapique, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, and Black Lives Matter, the New Leaf Board and staff would like to take this opportunity to speak openly about the about the pain and injustices that women and minorities have been subject to, around the world, but also here in Canada.
At New Leaf, our belief is that open and honest communication is a key element to being able to inflict change. The work we do at New Leaf directly challenges the societal structures that were designed to not only oppress women, but also peoples and communities of color, and indigenous peoples. This includes all forms of sexism, racism, homophobia, etc where any group of people are not given the same dignity and respect or opportunities as those thriving in the dominant society.
The events over these past months have left us shaken while also strengthening our commitment towards working for the safety, equality and fairness, dignity and respect for women specifically, but also standing in support of all people who suffer from being oppressed.
Systemic, societal and individual racism, and abuse cannot be tolerated. New Leaf will always challenge these injustices and structures of hate.
We stand in solidarity with you. We support you.
- New Leaf Board and Staff
New Leaf Program Board and staff are pleased to announce that Harvey Bate has agreed to accept the position of Co-Director, as requested by our current Director, Cathy Grant.
Harvey brings with him years of experience and expertise in the areas of child development and domestic violence, and over the years, has already been a great asset to the board, New Leaf staff, and our Changing Male Conversations Project working with grade 7 males on topics such as healthy relationships, bullying, consent, and pornography addiction.
We believe that a more gender balanced leadership team will benefit our program and our clients in our continued evolution of working with men on the issues of domestic violence.
Congratulations to both Harvey Bate and to the New Leaf Program.
New Leaf invites all staff, board members and residents to attend New Leaf's Annual General Meeting to be held on Tuesday September 11, 2018 at 6 PM, to be held at the New Leaf Offices in Westville.
View the contact page for directions.
Grab your aprons! New Leaf Cooks- a cookbook from men-for men go on sale Saturday, November 18, 2017 at Holiday Inn Express’s Annual Fall into Christmas Shopping Party – Lawrence Boulevard, Stellarton. Our books will be sold from 9am -4pm.
Chef Gilles Godin will be offering samples from two recipes featured in our book starting at
11am while the food supplies last!
Stay and browse through crafts, baby wear, skin care products, art work and more from your local favorite Home Base Businesses and local small businesses .
Highland Square Mall is also where you can find our Cookbook only from noon to 4:00 pm on November 18. Makes a great gift just in time for the holidays. Limited Quantities available so get it while you can!
New Leaf is a program designed for men working towards positive change.
As a group facilitator you will work ten hours a week with two evening group sessions a week.
The ideal candidate will have either a Sociology or Psychology background, and have a firmunderstanding and belief of our philosophy.
Pay will be determined based on education and experience. All interested parties contact Executive Director Cathy Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your resumé and be prepared to offer three references.
Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Deadline to apply is November 14, 2017
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