Urgent Message from our Club President

I hope this message finds you well. I wanted to bring to your attention to an insightful article recently featured in the Hamilton Spectator that aligns with our shared interests and values. The piece highlights the less than successful attempts we have had with the City of Hamilton to offer a path towards restoring the utility and usability of our Observatory. There is a link to the article below.

As members of our community, our collective voice holds tremendous power. I encourage you to respectfully share your thoughts and positive perspectives on this article now,  through letters to the editor, online comments, or social media. Note that if you click the link below and scroll to the end of the article, you can click in the box ‘Join the conversation’ and enter your comments. By doing so, we can contribute to a constructive conversation and help amplify the impact of the article.
Let’s join forces to spread optimism, knowledge, and awareness. Together, we can make a difference in shaping public discourse and promoting the ideas that matter to us.

Thank you for your continued support and commitment to our shared mission.

Best regards,
Andy Blanchard

President, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada Hamilton Centre

Link to article – https://www.thespec.com/news/hamilton-region/hamiltons-astronomers-reach-for-the-stars-but-trees-keep-them-grounded/article_d7fabff0-024f-5e89-a5d1-e9c302de6992.html

Letter to the editor – https://www.thespec.com/site/forms/submit_letter/

Email the journalist – KMCCULLOUGH@thespec.com 

Facebook comment – https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid0w68crWg9CVVNfmUPPUvr6BdTtqnjxVFZEijWBUwMmz2NuxLch9rveDPaprXwBL8jl&id=100064673262449&mibextid=9R9pXO

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