Proclamations help to create a public awareness of special events and are intended for the betterment of the community. Occasionally the City receives requests from organizations or internal departments to declare or proclaim certain dates for specific causes (e.g. Race Relations Week, International Women's Day, etc.). A proclamation may be issued for a day, a week or a month.

Requesting a proclamation

The City's policy states that proclamations are undertaken only on matters that relate directly to the specific operations of the municipality. Once reviewed and approved the Proclamation will be posted on the City website.

Proclamation requests must be sent to the Office of the City Clerk three weeks prior to the special occasion. Return the completed form to:

Office of the City Clerk Attn: Proclamations
500 Donald Street East, First Floor
Thunder Bay, ON, P7E 5V3

Fax: 807-625-2233
Email: proclamations@thunderbay.ca

If you are requesting a proclamation for the first time, please provide details on your organization and the relevance of the proclamation to the City of Thunder Bay. As well, please provide a draft of the proclamation. The Office of the City Clerk reserves the right to edit the proclamation to ensure proper format and grammar.

 


 

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CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Posted on Friday, August 30, 2019 11:15 AM

SEPTEMBER 2019

WHEREAS, there are about 4000 children living with cancer in Ontario, and each year about 400 new cases are diagnosed; and

WHEREAS, the causes of cancer in children is largely unknown; and

WHEREAS, 1 in 285 children are diagnosed with a malignant cancer before their 20th birthday; and

WHEREAS, in Canada, childhood cancer remains responsible for more deaths, from one year through adolescence , than any other disease, killing one in four children affected by this disease; and

WHEREAS, childhood...

RECOVERY MONTH

Posted on Friday, August 30, 2019 11:15 AM

SEPTEMBER 2019

WHEREAS, during Recovery Month, Canadians in recovery from addiction will join with friends and family to build awareness, challenge societal stigma, and celebrate the role that recovery plays in improving the lives of individuals, families, and communities. We believe that recovery saves lives. We envision a world in which recovery from addiction is a common, celebrated reality - a world where individuals will not experience shame when seeking help. We are passionate about providing...

PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Posted on Friday, August 30, 2019 11:00 AM

SEPTEMBER 2019

WHEREAS, prostate cancer is the most common cancer among Canadian men; and

WHEREAS, 1 in 7 Canadian men will be diagnosed with the disease; and

WHEREAS, an estimated average of 11 Canadian men die from prostate cancer every day; and

WHEREAS, the survival rate for prostate cancer is nearly 100% when detected early, but 3 of 4 men will die when found late; and

WHEREAS, those with a family history of the disease are at a greater risk; and

WHEREAS, since Prostate Cancer Canada was formed I 1994,...

Sickle Cell Awareness Month

Posted on Friday, August 30, 2019 11:00 AM

SEPTEMBER 2019

WHEREAS, Sickle Cell Disease is a life-threatening and incurable blood disorder affecting over 5,000 Canadians. September is Sickle Awareness Month. During this month, the Sickle Cell Association of Ontario fosters awareness and education of Sickle Cell Disease to the communities in Ontario; and

WHEREAS, the Sickle Cell Association of Ontario provides support and services to individuals and families with Sickle Cell to help improve their social and mental wellbeing; and

WHEREAS, During...

National Injury Prevention Day

Posted on Friday, July 19, 2019 06:45 AM

WHEREAS, July 5, 2019 will mark Parachute’s 3rd Annual national Prevention Day (NIPD): a day to raise awareness around the importance of injury prevention and help Canadians to live long lives to the fullest through education and advocacy; and


WHEREAS, Parachute is Canada’s national charity dedicated to reducing the devastating impact of preventable injuries; and


WHEREAS, Injury is the No. 1 killer of Canadians aged 1 – 44 and costs the Canadian economy $27 billion a year; and


WHEREAS, most injuries...