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The Peace Calendar is a monthly publication of the Canadian disarm-publication of the Canadian Disarmament Information Service (CANDIS), a non-profit, non-partisan, communications and resource group serving the Canadian movement for disarmament. CANDIS a sponsored by the Holy Trinity Church in Toronto and is funded by donations. The CANDIS office is located in the Peace Chapel of Holy Trinity (behind the Eaton Centre) and is open from 9:00 am to 5.00 om, Monday through Friday, and from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm on Saturday Telephone — xxx-xxxx.

CANDIS. — what we offer

  1. Information on Nuclear arms and disarmament
    CANDIS gathers information from all sources on nuclear arms and disarmament, and makes that information available to the public through its Toronto office and by telephone. CANDIS maintains for public use a clippings file and reference library, and also distributes copies of brochures, flyers, educational kits, periodicals and resource lists on nuclear disarmament. CANDIS volunteers are in the office to answer your question. When the office is closed you can call xxx-xxxx and hear a recorded message.
  2. Communication between disarmament groups and the public
    In order to facilitate communications between disarmament groups and the public, CANDIS maintains in its office an annotated list of peace and disarmament organisations in Canada. To have your organisation included, send a brief description (e.g. church, professional, political. artistic, tic.), a mailing address and the names and telephone numbers of at least two contact people.
    For $2.00 CANDIS will add you to a computerised mailing list which is available for use by disarmament and peace groups across Canada, and wili send you a copy of the list for your use. CANDIS is working to establish links with disarmament and peace groups throughout the world, and welcomes any information which will help to strengthen the international disarmament movement.
  3. Liaison with the Media
    CANDIS maintains contacts with the television, radio and print media and acts as a liaison between disarmament groups and the media.
  4. The Peace Calendar
    Each month CANDIS publishes The Peace Calendar, a newsletter which includes an extesisive listing of peace and disarmament events in Toronto, as well as a listing of major events across Canada. Listings for any month should be submitted by the 21st of the preceding month.
    The Peace Calendar is distributed free at the CANDIS office, and in bookstores, restaurants, libraries, schools, and churches throughout Toronto. Annual mailed subscriptions cost $8.00. Cheques should be made payable to CANDIS. Send your order to CANDIS, The Church of the Holy Trinity, to Trinity Square, Toronto, Ontario MSG.
    Advertising rates for The Peace Calendar are available from Jon Spencer at xxx-xxxx.