Monday, 1 May 2017

150 Canadian Stories of Peace

Many Canadians reading this have dedicated all or part of their lives for peace, in many ways. For Canada 150 we invite you to submit your stories about building peace in yourself, your home, community and/or beyond. Website: 150 Canadian Stories of Peace.

150 submitted stories will be published this year in a book. More stories may be published in future editions.

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150 Canadian Stories of Peace: An Anthology Paperback – November 23, 2017 – is available from

  • Share a time when you chose peace over hatred, love over fear, nonviolence over violence, non-killing over killing.
  • Did you build bridges across people of differing ideologies and beliefs?
  • Do you have a story from your culture that inspires actions of peace?
  • Do your beliefs help you or others be at peace even when surrounded by war?
  • How did you stop a bully?

  • No age limit.
  • Language: English or French.
  • Submission deadline: August 31, 2017.
  • Focus on stories by Canadians at home or abroad.
  • Everything to be on one-side of one letter-size page.
  • Photos and illustrations may be published, no guarantee.
  • Your story must be true. Don’t be afraid to speak from the heart.
  • You may use a pen name (fictitious), but must reveal your real name to us.
  • Additional information (video, YouTube, and written) might be used for publicity, not the book.
  • About 1page, maximum 3,650 characters counting spaces, Times New Roman 12 font, including story title, author’s name/pen name, and 1-line bio info (latter if desired by the author).

More information

Send submissions (one page) and questions to

  • Ms. Evelyn Voigt, (613) 721-9829 OR
  • Ms. Mony Dojeiji, (613) 793-1633



  1. Ingrid Style, Quebec3 May 2017 at 12:16

    Good idea Koozma!

  2. Koozma - this is wonderful and I will begin my review this week and appreciate the opportunity to begin my review of these amazing stories and Doukhobor History. Thank you Koozma for all the wonderful work you have done on our behalf over the years. I hope I can see you for a face to face "catch up" sometime soon - warm regards - Milton