Global Illumination Project 2014
A big thank you goes to our volunteers for helping make this happen.
Historic Gastown: The Leckie, The Birks, and the Kalen Capital buildings
Davie Street (from Denman – Burrard)
Langevin Bridge and Riverwalk
High Level Bridge
Olympic Tower-la Tour Olympique
Niagara Falls, ON
The Falls will be illuminated and also the Peace Bridge Buffalo/Niagara Region
Restaurant 18 on the Marché By (thanks to parents of Ottawa preemies)
Mahogany Salon and Spa in Carleton Place outside of Ottawa
Monday, November 17 at 3:00pm- 8 pm in EST
CN Tower – parents and children will gather at the CN Tower for WPD on Nov 17 at sundown
Moncton will mark World Prematurity Awareness Day with a gathering at City Hall, 11:30am – 1pm. Mayor George LeBlanc, himself a 32weeker, is welcoming the public to learn more about prematurity in our community. Staff from The Moncton Hospital’s NNICU will be there, showing the differences between preemie and newborn diapers, clothing, etc., as well as sharing information about prematurity. Graduates of the NNICU will be in attendance, along with their families; there will also be a slideshow featuring Then & Now photos and stories. Guests are invited to wear purple to join the Global Illumination Project. A special luncheon will also be held in the NNICU for those families currently in the unit and unable to attend.