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Canadian Disarmament Information Service

Anonymous — March 1983

This is the second issue of Peace Calendar. We would like to thank everyone who donated money to CANDIS since our office opened on January 3rd of this year. Without you The Peace Calendar would not be printed and we’re very appreciative! Copies are free unless you would like a mailed subscription at $8.00 per year. Groups with newsletters are welcome to exchange subscriptions with us and we are now soliciting advertisements for our April issue.

Everyone is welcome to drop into our office in the Peace Chapel at Holy Trinity Church (behind the Eaton Centre). We’re open 9-5 Monday to Friday and you can pick up copies of the Peace Calendar, brochures, articles, flyers, bibliographies and related material.

10 Trinity Square, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1B1 (416) xxx-xxxx

Our reference library is growing rapidly and we welcome book donations. So far, Book World and Penguin Publishers have donated several publications and we would like to hear from other bookstores. We can sell on consignment or keep books In our library for reference only. Our clippings file includes articles from local and International publications and In addition, we are establishing a film depot at CANDIS. There are many films available on the arms race and disarmament but they’re difficult to locate. There are as many distributors as there are films! If you have films, video or slides and would like to participate In setting up a central depot for lending purposes to groups and schools, please call us.

Peace Calendar will soon expand to include brief articles, more announcements, a regular up-date on current legislation and government activities, and a special monthly feature. This month and next we will feature articles on the cruise missile testing issue and starting in May we will profile various Canadians who have actively promoted nuclear disarmament in their professions, churches or communities. We would like to know who they are and what inspired them to remain undaunted throughout the years, often despite an apathetic or even hostile environment.