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A community empowerment webinar – Hosted by the Trinbago Association of Saskatchewan // Saturday, April 6 at 10:30 – 11:30 // In this presentation, participants will explore the profound impact of social-political factors such as racism and systemic inequities on the mental health of Black adolescents. Through discussions and activities, we will examine the significance of targeted interventions rooted in research to address challenges like marginalization and psychological distress.

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The 2024 APM will take place on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, starting at 4:00 p.m. (EST).

There are two ways to participate, either in person at the Canada Council’s main offices in Ottawa or online via the livestream

Following the APM, participants attending the APM in person are invited to a reception in the Âjagemô Exhibition Space located at 150 Elgin Street in Ottawa, starting at 5:00 p.m. (EST).

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Register for the Council’s 2024 APM

Register to attend the 2024 APM online or in person.

Send your questions

The 2024 APM will include a question-and-answer period during which we will respond to queries you have about the arts sector or the Council.

Send your questions before March 15, 2024, by emailing ap*@ca***********.ca.

We will make every effort to address as many questions as possible during the event. If we do not respond to your question, or if you have one after the event, please contact in**@ca***********.ca at any time during the year.

Accessibility

In-person participation

For participants attending the event in person, there will be simultaneous interpretation in French and English, American Sign Language (ASL) and Langue des signes du Québec (LSQ).

Should you require assistance or a specific accommodation, to ensure that you can fully participate in the event (including accommodation for non-permanent mobility issues), please indicate your requirements when completing the In-person Registration Form or send an e-mail to ap*@ca***********.ca.

The information provided will enable the Council to plan an event that meets the accommodation and inclusion requirements of as many participants as possible.

Online participation

The webcast will be accessible in English and French, with simultaneous sign language interpretation in ASL and LSQ, and closed captioning in English and French.

For additional information, questions, or concerns, please e-mail ap*@ca***********.ca.

Cannot watch the event live? Check back on this page after 2024 the APM for a full recording and transcripts.

Watch past APM videos on the Canada Council YouTube channel.

What is an Annual Public Meeting and why hold one?

As a Crown corporation, the Canada Council for the Arts is legally required to hold an Annual Public Meeting. More than that, it is a great opportunity to share annual updates with the arts community and the wider public in Canada.

Sustainable Livelihoods and Living Heritage
Heritage Saskatchewan is proud to support this upcoming webinar series as part of activities related to the UNESCO Co-Chair in Living Heritage & Sustainable Livelihoods held by Kristin Catherwood Mantta, our Director of Living Heritage, and Agnieszka Pawlowska-Mainville at the University of Northern British Columbia.
With an emphasis on Northern experiences, the webinar will delve into a discussion around living heritage and its links to sustainable livelihoods in Canada’s northern regions.
Registration is required at this link.
Please share this and join us on February 29th and March 25th.

Register at this link.

We are excited to announce a Cultural Competence training, in partnership with CultureAlly. CultureAlly is a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) company specializing in impactful and engaging DEI trainings to build more inclusive environments.

In this session, participants will gain an understanding of the importance of inclusive language, recognizing and avoiding microaggressions, and developing intercultural competency skills. Participants will learn about the importance of avoiding microaggressions and the impact they can have. The training will then focus on developing intercultural competency skills, including understanding different cultural norms and practices, being aware of one’s own cultural biases, and learning effective communication strategies for working with people from diverse backgrounds.

Topics to be covered

  • The importance of inclusive language in the workplace.
  • How to identify and recognize our own cultural biases.
  • Strategies for communication in working with diverse teams.

About the Facilitator:
Hannah Stegen (she/her) is a co-founder of CultureAlly and has over 7 years of experience in the DEI space. She previously led the diversity & inclusion strategy at Capital One. She transitioned to diversity & inclusion consulting and has several years of experience consulting with for-profit, nonprofit and government organizations like Condé Nast, Amazon and Indeed. Hannah is passionate about creating accessible workspaces and establishing practices and policies where employees can thrive in their work.

 

Hosted by Northern Lights College with CultureAlly – Free Online event, Registration: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/exploring-the-world-of-cultural-competence-tickets-763466939167?\