Like to sing? Want to make the world a better place?
Join a non-auditioned choral ensemble of U of T students to celebrate diversity and foster interfaith intercultural understanding. The ensemble rehearses from 6 – 8 pm on Monday evenings at the Centre for International Centre (CIE), 33 St. George St. The Spirit Singers affirms our common humanity in the quest for peace and justice. Come make a new friend along the way! The repertoire of the Spirit Singers reflects a wide variety of world views.
Canada offers some of the best education in the world, and now your children will benefit. But who is involved in their schooling? Many different people contribute to their success and parents have the most important role of all. Find out why as you discover more about Ontario’s education system in this informative presentation for parents.
The Racism Talks Series is creating a space to not only discuss the existence of systemic racism but to also create tangible action plans for decision makers.
Learn about admission requirements, academic upgrading, vocational and skills training, certificate and diploma programs, foreign academic credential assessment, financial aid scholarships, residency and more...
Thursday, March 22, 2018
4:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
380 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON
This workshop includes hands-on activities, team tasks and large-group discussions, and is open to all educators (faculty, administrators, board members) in K-12 and post-secondary education.
1 Story. 9 Hours. 8 Unique Adaptations. 3 Prize Winners.
Nspire Western and London Health Sciences Centre are partnering to host the Mind Over Matter Mental Health Competition because Mental Health is everyone's business!
Do you see yourself working closely with a team of passionate students to tackle a pressing mental health problem in the London community? Are you ready to dive into a social innovation challenge on healthcare? Look no further – this is the case competition where you make a direct impact in the community!
Une journée familiale! Sous le grand chapiteau de la francophonie
Le samedi 24 mars 2018, de 10h à 15h, les familles de la grande région de Toronto seront invitées à participer au grand chapiteau de la francophonie au Collège Boréal situé au 1, rue Yonge. Cette journée comprendra de nombreux spectacles d’artistes communautaires sur la grande scène TFO, des kiosques de services et d’artisans, ainsi que nombreux ateliers de découvertes pour tous les âges. De la bouffe de cirque (maïs soufflé, barbe à papa, etc.) sera offerte !
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Saturday March 24th, 2018
OISE Library, 252 Bloor St. W. Toronto
Free and open to the public
Is there a role for the university to play in local land reclamation, land grievances and land education? Join OISE’s Dean’s Advisory Council on Indigenous Education (DACIE) and the Indigenous Education Network (IEN) for an afternoon of discussion.
Panels will share perspectives from Indigenous scholars and leaders in land-based education from the University of Victoria, the University of Alberta, Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning, Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig, University at Buffalo, and the University of Toronto.
Speakers will include: Elaine Alexie - Jeffrey Ansloos - Martin Cannon - Erin Freeland - Adam Gaudry - Susan Hill - Shanne McCaffrey - Theresa McCarthy - Bernadette Shawanda - Sandra Styres - Eve Tuck - Stephanie Waterman
The OISE Library is an accessible space. Single-user and accessible washrooms are available in the event space.
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