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Join Us for Our Virtual Training Gathering

New Speakers Announced


With one week to register, spots are filling up fast. Visit to register today, and click on the clip below to view our video!

There are four departments providing virtual training this year: Education, Technical Services, Community Development and Support Services, and Access to Justice. Types of courses on offer include Certificate Training, Participatory Training, and Knowledge Sharing. 

There is also this important drum icon:
This drum is a trigger, or content, warning. It will let you know the session may contain emotionally challenging material or discussion. If you attend a session with this warning, you should consider ahead how to respond to subject matter if you become overwhelmed or anxious during the session. Even online, some subjects can be difficult. Give yourself permission to step away, take a few deeps breaths, and collect yourself, or reach out to a supportive contact. 
Here are some of our confirmed speakers!
  • Jeordi Pierre, School of Indigenous Learning - Medicine Wheel Teachings

Jeordi is an Ojibwe Man of the Land. He works diligently to reclaim the knowledge and practices of the People. Through the School of Indigenous Learning, he has realized a dream to provide a traditional environment where the community can learn and participate in cultural land based activities in the Old Way of teaching.

  • Maya Chacaby  - Spirit Builder Training

Maya Chacaby is Anishinaabe, Beaver Clan from Kaministiquia (Thunder Bay). Both her adoptive and biological family come from the Lake Nipigon region (Opwaaganasiniing First Nation) As a means to fulfill her Clan responsibilities, she is an independent, trainer, researcher, and consultant. In her spare time, she teaches linguistics at York University.

  • Christine Thomlinson - "Ugh! Why Are Investigations So Hard?”
Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.
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