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  • Mon Aug 28 2017 to Sun Dec 31
    CNIB VISION MATE VOLUNTEER
    CNIB needs volunteers to assist local community members that are blind or partially sighted with walking, reading, organizing or just coffee & conversation! If you would like to be a part of this program, contact David Wallis at 888-275-5332 ext. 5304 or david.wallis@cnib.ca. Seeking young adults and seniors! Location:   Various, Milton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info: David Wallis   david.wallis@cnib.ca    1.888.275.5332 ext. 5304   cnib.ca   
  • Tue Sept 26 2017 to Thur Sept 28
    SUPERCHARGE YOUR PURPOSE; COMMUNICATIONS TRAINING WEBINARS THAT DRIVE ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS
    1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Second Revolution Communications is pleased to host two upcoming webinar trainings, for those with beginner to intermediate knowledge, that will build your organization’s marketing and communication capacity to maximize your public engagement and fundraising activities. Each webinar provides you with valuable insights and practical skills to create and implement communication strategies that successfully meet your organizational objectives. They are essential training for communications staff, subject matter experts, and program leads who are involved in planning programs, developing and executing communications plans, and crafting messages for the public. For more information and to register: https://registrations.sustainabilitynetwork.ca/supercharge-your-purpose-communications-training-webinars-that-drive-organizational-success/ Location:   Online Webinar, Online Webinar, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Sustainability Network    Contact Info: Paul Bubelis   info@sustainabilitynetwork.ca    416-324-2792 ext 1   sustainabilitynetwork.ca   
  • Tue Sept 26 2017
    150 YEARS OF RESILIENCE: AN UNTOLD STORY WITH MISCA
    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Join the McMaster Indigenous Student Community Alliance, an OPIRG Working Group, as they unveil a contemporary wampum. Display of Indigenous artists’ works. Refreshments provided. OPIRG McMaster Visit us at MUSC 229 or follow us on twitter, facebook, Instagram, and blogger. Opirg.ca opirg@mcmaster.ca www.facebook.com/OPIRGMcMaster twitter @ OPIRGMcMaster 905-525-9140 ext. 27289 Location:   McMaster University, Togo Salmon Hall Fitzhenry Atrium Gallery, 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Ontario Public Interest Research Group McMaster    Contact Info: Shelley Porteous   shelley@opirgmcmaster.org    905-525-9140 ext. 27289   opirgmcmaster.org   
  • Wed Sept 27 2017 to Wed Dec 13
    ECONOMIC LITERACY PROJECT FALL 2017 WORKSHOPS
    1:00 PM to 4:30 PM The Economic Literacy Project (ELP)centres on training and knowledge building that supports the development of a smarter and sustainable economy. All workshops are from 1 pm – 4:30 pm. When: September 27, October 11 and 25, November 8 and 29 and December 13, 2017 Link for the page and registration:https://registrations.sustainabilitynetwork.ca/economic-literacy-project-fall-2017-workshops/ Location:   Centre for Social Innovation, Alterna Room (4th Floor), 215 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Ivey Foundation, Sustainability Network    Contact Info: Paul Bubelis   paul@sustainabilitynetwork.ca    416-324-2792   sustainabilitynetwork.ca   
  • Wed Sept 27 2017 to Wed Sept 27
    THE BLANKET EXERCISE WITH MISCA
    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Join McMaster Indigenous Student Community Alliance for an interactive presentation that goes over the colonization of Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island. Participants will be included in a Food Basics gift card draw. Location:   McMaster University, Burke Science Building field, 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Ontario Public Interest Research Group McMaster    Contact Info: Shelley Porteous   shelley@opirgmcmaster.org    905-525-9140   opirgmcmaster.org   
  • Thur Sept 28 2017
    WEST HARBOUR COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Join us to discuss City of Hamilton waterfront development projects and have your say on changes impacting the community. Doors open and refreshments served at 6:30, meeting begins at 7:00 pm. Location:   294 James St N, Hamilton, In the Evergreen Community Storefront. Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: City of Hamilton    Contact Info: Diedre Rozema   diedre.rozema@hamilton.ca    905-546-2424 ext. 3283   hamilton.ca/westharbour   
  • Tue Oct 3 2017 to Tue Oct 17
    GOOGLE ANALYTICS FOR ONLINE FUNDRAISING
    Google Analytics is a powerful tool for understanding what’s working, and what’s not, with your online projects.   It can also be used as a tool for online fundraising.  If your organization has a website, as  well as a web page that accepts donations, chances are it is already tracked with Google Analytics. For more information and to register: https://registrations.sustainabilitynetwork.ca/google-analytics-training-for-online-fundraising/ Location:   4th Floor - Centre for Social Innovation, 215 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Sustainability Network    Contact Info: Paul Bubelis   info@sustainabilitynetwork.ca    416-324-2792 ext 1   sustainabilitynetwork.ca   
  • Thur Oct 5 2017
    TOUR DE FRIENDS: WOMEN'S SOBI BIKE RIDE
    12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Join us for a casual bike ride to explore Hamilton streets on your lunch break. If you need a bike for the ride, please contact friendlystreetshamilton@gmail.com to arrange for some wheels.*ALL WOMAN-IDENTIFIED/TRANS/GENDERQUEER/NON-BINARY FOLKS WELCOME. Location:   Meet at 126 Catharine St. N, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Sobi Bikes; Friendly Streets; Cycle Hamilton; Environment Hamilton    Contact Info: friendlystreetshamilton@gmail.com   
  • Wed Nov 22 2017
    CONSPIRACY THEORIES, FAKE NEWS AND SYSTEMIC DISTRUST
    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM New and diffuse forms of media have created increased social space for the sharing and spreading of conspiracy theories and fake news. As technological and cultural trends undermine the authority of traditional sources of information such as the news media and academia, many observers have expressed concern that ours is a ‘post-truth’ era, and that systemic distrust in crucial actors and institutions could have unwelcome consequences. What tools, habits, and dispositions can help us to develop a healthy skepticism that strikes a balance between unacceptable gullibility and unhealthy cynicism? with Dr. Mark Busser ’05 https://secureca.imodules.com/s/1439/17/event.aspx?sid=1439&gid=1&pgid=6591&cid=12048&appealcode=FBevent There are two other study groups available: 1) Faith Matters OR 2) The Bible Jesus Read by Philip Yancey Location:   Hide Map McMaster Innovation Park 175 Longwood Rd S, Room 1ABC, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: McMaster Alumni Assoc.    Contact Info:   
 

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