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Citizenship and Conscience

The work of being a good citizen is never easy — it requires judgment, civility and patience. Wherever they live, Latter-day Saints have the responsibility and privilege to make their corner of the globe a better place. So what does it mean to be a good citizen and a person of faith? The spiritual ideal of a church spreads far beyond its spires. For the most part, religious people see themselves as part of a larger society and aspire to help it.

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Emergency Preparedness Week Encourages Self-Reliance

To help Canadians prepare for emergencies, Public Safety Canada coordinates an annual Emergency Preparedness Week (EP Week) in collaboration with the provinces, territories and partners. Leaders from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been teaching self-sufficiency for many years.

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Dates of Montreal Quebec Temple Open House Announced by the First Presidency

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced the open house, cultural celebration and rededication dates for the Montreal Quebec Temple. The temple is currently under renovation.

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Church Issues Update on Health of Leaders

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provided an update Friday on the health of two of its leaders serving in the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Elder L. Tom Perry and Elder Richard G. Scott.

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Mormon Leaders Attend 'Our Whole Society' Conference in B.C.

The second “Our Whole Society” conference was recently held in Vancouver, British Columbia, bringing together representatives from religious and secular organizations across Canada to explore the theme of “Bridging the Religious–Secular Divide.”

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