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Seminars Topic: "Bringing Communities Together Through Reconciliation"

The Diversity Expo is scheduled for Friday June 17th at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel in the heart of the city. The expo showcases harmony and innovation through a unique fair on career, employment, entrepreneurship, health, diversity matters and more. The expo this year will also feature a seminar as well as a multicultural fashion show, known as the Diversity Runway. This is a special event that presents answers to issues that affect our diverse communities, while celebrating citizenship and presenting opportunities that further success for Canadians of diverse backgrounds. It is presented by The Transformation Institute For Leadership And Innovation, Diversity Magazine, Silvertrust Media and the Canadian Race Relations Foundation.


The seminar aspect of the expo is presented in association with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation. The topic for this year's seminar is "Bringing Communities Together Through Reconciliation." The panelists are: Balpreet Singh Boparai, Legal Counsel of the World Sikh Organization; Orlando Bowen, Founder and Executive Director of One Voice One Team Youth Leadership Organization; Andrea Chrisjohn, Board Designate, Council Fire Native Cultural Centre; Hanita Tiefenbach, Jewish-Indigenous Programs Consultant at Ve'ahavta; Terry Watada, retired professor Seneca College, writer for the National Association of Japanese Canadians (NAJC); JP Gladu, President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)

Past and present exhibitors include: Osgoode Professional Development, Humanity First, Skills for Change, TAIBU Community Health Centre, Enterprise Toronto, Canadian Law Enforcement College, The App Labb, School of Greatness, Ethiopian Airlines, Eli Body Shop, Oil Blends Products, Onward Forward Moving, Silvertulip Boutique, Alice Ko Designs, AIP Private Capital, College Boreal, Peel Police, The Canadian Forces, Canadian Security Security Intelligence Service, Sterling Dental, Silvertrust Media, Goodwill Employment Services, Peel Regional Police, Trios College, Dominica Tourist Board, Toronto Police, Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants, Durham Regional Police, Investors Group, Canadian Race Relations Foundation, The Black Experience, Ottawa Police, York Police and the Transformation Institute For Leadership And Innovation.

Admission is free!

Date & Time: Friday, June 17th, 2016 | 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM
Seminar: 11 AM to 1PM
Venue: 123 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2M9
Seminars Topic: "Bringing Communities Together Through Reconciliation"

Patricia Planet    6/16/2016


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