Category Archives: Speakers Series Reports

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October 2, 2021 Speakers Series Report

Topic: Protect, Elect and Respect Canadian Women in Politics The session on October 2nd was informative, eye-opening and disturbing. If you missed it, the session was recorded. Please contact Ingrid Sproxton to obtain the recording link and password. October 2nd Plenary Meeting Protect, Elect and Respect Canadian Women in Politics Our October 2nd Speakers Series featured three compelling […]

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February 27, 2021 Speakers Series Report

Topic: Mental Health – From Prevention to Wellness The three speakers on February 27th gave a very powerful, moving and informative presentation. If you missed it, the session was recorded. Please contact Ingrid Sproxton to obtain the recording link and password. February 27th Plenary Meeting Mental Health – From Prevention to Wellness Our February 27th Speakers Series featured […]

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November 21, 2020 Speaker Series Reports

Topic: Women in the COVID Economy The November 21st session was recorded and is available for viewing until December 22nd. Click here to request the recording link and password. November 21st Plenary Meeting – Women in the COVID Economy Our November 21st Speakers Series featured three dynamic and respected speakers: Lorna Marsden, CM OOnt, Paulette Senior, CEO […]

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October 3, 2020 Speakers Series Reports

Elder Care – Protect the Vulnerable The COVID-19 pandemic exposed and exacerbated the many problems with elder care in Canada, especially in Ontario and Quebec where COVID-19 hit hardest. Our first Speakers Series of the 2020-21 year included three presentations that addressed different aspects of Elder Care in Ontario, followed by a panel discussion. Karen Henderson spoke […]

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November 30, 2019 Speakers Series Reports

Brain Health & Aging, with Dr. Andrea Wilkinson We chose the theme for today’s Speaker Series on Aging because the topic crosses all demographics—we are all aging!! In addition, younger members likely have aging relatives, so sharing knowledge might help provide tools to help support our relatives. Lastly, though the theme appears at first glance […]

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