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|Event Date/Time||Event Location||Event||Description|
|Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites, 600 Hwy 7, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1B2, Toronto' Ontario||Connected Communities: Building Equitable Integrated Healthcare. In-person event||This conference will be an opportunity to imagine and learn about what an integrated health system built around health equity and community can look like, and the steps needed to get there in the context of Ontario Health Teams.|
|St. Elias Centre, 750 Ridgewood Ave K1V 6N1, Ottawa' Ontario||Brain Injury Awareness Day 2023. Hybrid event||To increase your awareness of brain injury and the resources that are supporting brain injury survivors in the Champlain region.|
|Ted Rogers School of Management 55 Dundas Street West, M5G 2C3, Toronto' Ontario||Canadian Vote Summit. In-person event||Elections are the lifeblood of a healthy democracy. Yet participation has plummeted in recent elections, jeopardizing the very legitimacy of our democratic institutions.The Canadian Vote Summit addresses the challenges facing our democracy nationally by fostering cross-sector collaboration to build solutions that enable Canada's democratic institutions to earn trust and confidence.|
|255 Front St. West, Toronto' Ontario||Canadian Immigrant Fair. In-person event||To connect immigrants with immigrant service providers, educational institutes, government services, employers and recruiters in a safe yet dynamic, face-to-face environment.|
|River Cree Resort, Enoch' Alberta||NAFC National and Youth AGM. In-person event||Every year the NAFC, in conjunction with the Indigenous Youth Council (IYC) hosts an annual Youth Forum for the Youth members of the Friendship Centre Movement. With input and feedback from the youth membership, the Indigenous Youth Council (IYC) identifies workshops for the Forum.|
|212 Queen Street, Suite 210, Fredericton' New Brunswick||Fierté Fredericton Pride Week. In-person event||
Fierté Fredericton Pride strives to promote inclusion and intersectionality in celebrating and advocating for 2SLGBTQ+ individuals and communities. We seek to support and empower our communities while promoting visibility, collaboration, education, and diversity through community-focused events and programming. Fierté Fredericton Pride is committed to cultivating a culture of growth and transparency in line with our core values: equity, diversity, inclusion, and intersectionality.
Fierté Fredericton Pride is a not-for-profit corporation. The organization is run entirely by volunteers and relies exclusively on donations, grants, and sponsorship.
|55 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON K1N, Ottawa, ON K1N 9J2, Ottawa' Ontario||Deafblind International (DbI) 18th International World Conference 2023. In-person event||This year's theme is Global Connections: The Future in Our Hands. The conference will include a comprehensive 4-day educational program and pre event Board and Network meetings. The event will be held at the Shaw Convention Centre, recognized as one of the most accessible venues internationally. This meeting is held every four years and rotates around the Globe. Held this year by the Deafblind Network of Ontario.|
|237 Sackville Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3G1, Canada, Toronto' Ontario||International Summit on Mental Health and Disability 2023. In-person event||Welcome to the International Summit on Mental Health and Disability 2023. More than 150 Mental Health and Disability experts will converge in Toronto, Ontario, Canada for a 2-day summit that will share ideas and insights to overcome challenges and improve disability services and mental health well-being in Canada and globally.|
|550 University Ave, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4P3, Canada, Charlottetown' Prince Edward Island||Global Mental Well-being and Substance (Mis)Use Conference. In-person event||The GMWS 2023 is a platform for knowledge exchange, self-care, & dialogue on learning, rest, relaxing, resilience and rejuvenation|
|255 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2W6, Canada, Toronto' Ontario||The 15th World Stroke Congress (WSC 2023). In-person event||The 15th World Stroke Congress (WSC 2023) will assemble the international stroke community to work together to reduce the burden of stroke by delivering improvements in prevention, treatment and recovery. Connect to a global network committed to provide quality stroke care through skill-building and high-quality research and help us keep the stroke community united at WSC 2023!|
|Inn on Prince, 437 Prince Street, Truro' Nova Scotia||Nova Scotia Library Association Conference 2023. In-person event||This year's theme is TRUE GRIT. It takes true (=real) grit to work in today's libraries. As the library's role in the community grows broader, we must summon passion and perseverance in order to continue to adapt to our communities' ever-changing needs.|
|1650 Argyle Street, Halifax NS B3J 0E6, Halifax' Nova Scotia||CAEH23. In-person event||Since its inception in 2013, the CAEH National Conference on Ending Homelessness has been equipping policymakers, funders, researchers, advocates, community leaders and front-line workers with the inspiration, information, tools and training they need to end homelessness in Canada.|
|123 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2M9, Toronto' Ontario||2023 endMS Conference. In-person event||The three-day event features scientific lectures, panel discussions, a networking dinner, poster sessions, trainee workshop, and a session with people affected by MS. The conference will engage over 250 Canadian researchers, trainees, and other stakeholders, and aims to exchange knowledge, enhance collaborations, and provide opportunities for networking.|