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Event Date/Time Event Location Event Description
Virtual (Zoom) CNIB Accessible Election Workshop (English only)

In partnership with Elections Canada, CNIB will be providing information about the tools and services made available to facilitate independent voting for electors who are blind or partially sighted! During these sessions, we’ll cover accommodations and tools available at advanced polls and on election day, what ID to bring to vote, and information about voting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Virtual (Zoom) CNIB – Know Your Rights! Accessible Election Workshop (French only)

In partnership with Elections Canada, CNIB will be providing information about the tools and services made available to facilitate independent voting for electors who are blind or partially sighted! During these sessions, we’ll cover accommodations and tools available at advanced polls and on election day, what ID to bring to vote, and information about voting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Virtual (YouTube) Working in a Federal Election (English and ASL only)

The Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility has created a series of on-demand webinars in English and ASL about various aspects of the electoral process, including registration, accessibility, safety, and working in a federal election.

Virtual (YouTube) Safety in the Federal Election (English and ASL only)

The Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility has created a series of on-demand webinars in English and ASL about various aspects of the electoral process, including registration, accessibility, safety, and working in a federal election.

Virtual (YouTube) Registering to Vote in a Federal Election (English and ASL only)

The Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility has created a series of on-demand webinars in English and ASL about various aspects of the electoral process, including registration, accessibility, safety, and working in a federal election.

Virtual (YouTube) Accessibility and Voting in the Federal Election (English and ASL only)

The Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility has created a series of on-demand webinars in English and ASL about various aspects of the electoral process, including registration, accessibility, safety, and working in a federal election.

virtual (online course) First-time Electors, a free online course by ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre

Youth have made their voices heard: they want better access to voting. And Elections Canada has listened, increasing efforts to make voting accessible. Northern leaders, including veteran Northwest Territories politician David Ramsay. 

Send an email to register@ilinniapaa.ca and provide your first name, last name and the title of the course (First-time Electors).
virtual (online course) Voting for New Canadians, a free online course by ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre

This course focuses on the challenges that those new to Canada and its electoral system say they face. By identifying some of those barriers, Elections Canada has begun to address them. This course features video clips from northern leaders like former Liberal MP for Nunavut Nancy Karetak-Lindell 

Send an email to register@ilinniapaa.ca and provide your first name, last name and the title of the course (Voting for New Canadians)

virtual (online course) Removing Barriers, a free online course by ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre This course explores the barriers that many Canadians in the North face, particularly Indigenous electors. Elections Canada has collected information on those barriers and taken steps to address them. Northern leaders like Noah Papatsie, an advocate for voters with disabilities, provide insightful comments on how those barriers can be overcome.
Send an email to register@ilinniapaa.ca and provide your first name, last name and the title of the course (Removing Barriers)
virtual (Zoom)

Voting Matters! A lunch-and-learn

National Association of Friendship Centres (NAFC) and Elections Canada are hosting a virtual lunch-and-learn via Zoom on the many ways you can vote and play a role in the democratic process!

Voting is an incredibly important way to be heard by leaders in your community. If you are unsure of the voting process, or what is needed for you to vote, this session will answer all your questions.

This event is open to any eligible urban Indigenous voters. The first 25 registrants to our session will receive a complimentary Uber Eats gift card at the end of the session as a token of appreciation for attending.

Elections Canada will make a brief presentation on the voting process and different forms of voting and will take questions from the audience.

You can register by signing up on this Google Form.
virtual (Zoom) #PlanToVote: Everything You Need to Know for September 20 Wondering how to exercise your rights on Sept 20th during the upcoming federal election? Want to know what you need to vote - or when and how to do it? Wondering about voting in advance polls...or maybe by mail? Join Julia Stoneman (Rivers to Success), Victoria Bennett and Molly Stollmeyer (Elections Canada) for the answers to all your questions so you can make your personal #Plan to Vote!
virtual Ask Us Anything! Everything you want to know about where, when and ways to vote in this Federal Election Are you getting questions about the election? We've got answers for you! Join the Democratic Engagement Exchange along with Elections Canada for our own Ask Us Anything session. We'll be answering any and all questions you have about where, when and ways to vote in the Federal Election. This is an opportunity to get the answers you need in one place so you can engage your community to vote! We'll have useful resources so you can get election ready - and help those in your community get to the polls.
virtual

CanAge Live Zoom Q&A session with Elections Canada

CanAge will be hosting a Q&A session with Elections Canada. CanAge is a pan-Canadian, non-partisan organization who work with seniors, persons with disabilities and caregivers. To register, please email laura@canage.ca

virtual

Becoming a Political Candidate, a free online course

Through Elections Canada, ilinniapaa is offering a free online course to help Northerners who want to run in the election understand the process. This online course provides crucial and easy-to-understand information on the candidacy process from Elections Canada. We feature video clips from experienced Nunavut, NWT and Yukon voices, including former Nunavut MP Nancy Karetak-Lindell. You'll learn not just the ins-and-outs of the requirements but also the potential personal impact on you, your community and your family. Send an email to register@ilinniapaa.ca and provide your first name, last name and the title of the course (Becoming a Political Candidate).

virtual

Abilities Manitoba Session 2

This webinar, hosted by Abilities Manitoba, will guide Disability Support Workers on how to support someone to vote in the next federal election. Key topics include: Make a Plan to Vote; Types of acceptable identification; and Vote Pop Up - practice voting with Elections Canada supplies.
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Virtual Coffee & Chat between Elections Canada and Rainbow Resource Centre

Rainbow Resource Centre in Winnipeg is hosting a virtual Coffee & Chat with Elections Canada for 2SLGBTQ+ seniors. To register, please email OTR@rainbowresourcecentre.org

virtual Abilities Manitoba Session 1 This webinar, hosted by Abilities Manitoba, will guide Disability Support Workers on how to support someone to vote in the next federal election. Key topics include: Make a Plan to Vote; Types of acceptable identification; and Vote Pop Up - practice voting with Elections Canada supplies.
virtual

Understanding the Electoral Process: Working and Voting at an Election

Elections Canada & Rivers to Success Workshop Series. The second installment of our series in partnership with Elections Canada will help Indigenous youth understand the available options for participating in a federal election. This workshop will highlight resources that available to help First Nations, Inuit and Metis youth understand what is involved with voting, working and running in a federal election. A guest speaker from Elections Canada will be sharing some helpful information, resources and toolkits as well as answering questions from attendees.

virtual Preparing to Vote 101 Elections Canada & Rivers to Success Workshop Series. In partnership with Elections Canada, Indspire's Rivers to Success Program has put together a series of workshops to help Indigenous youth understand working at and voting in a federal election. This first workshop will cover topics such as gathering the proper documentation, registering to vote and finding a poll near you. A guest speaker from Elections Canada will be sharing some helpful information, resources and toolkits as well as answering questions from attendees.
virtual Elections 101 Workshop

Join Democratic Engagement Exchange for an election readiness workshop to equip community-based organizations and local leaders with the tools and resources needed for non-partisan voter outreach and engagement.

What you will learn: how to engage first-time and infrequent voters; tools for social media campaigns and in-person activities; how to demystify the voting process; and changes to processes as a result of the pandemic.

virtual General Election webinar

Elections Canada will be hosting an important webinar for our network on August 20, 2021 at 1 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

In this webinar we will go over everything you need to know about the 2021 General Election, the Voter Information Campaign and the tools and resources that are available to you.
virtual Elections 101 Workshop – Social Media Edition

Join Democratic Engagement Exchange for an election readiness workshop to equip community-based organizations and local leaders with the tools and resources needed for non-partisan voter outreach and engagement.

What you will learn: how to engage first-time and infrequent voters; tools for social media campaigns and in-person activities; how to demystify the voting process; and changes to processes as a result of the pandemic.

virtual Elections 101 Workshop – Evening edition 

Join Democratic Engagement Exchange for an election readiness workshop to equip community-based organizations and local leaders with the tools and resources needed for non-partisan voter outreach and engagement.

What you will learn: how to engage first-time and infrequent voters; tools for social media campaigns and in-person activities; how to demystify the voting process; and changes to processes as a result of the pandemic.

virtual Elections 101 Workshop

Join Democratic Engagement Exchange for an election readiness workshop to equip community-based organizations and local leaders with the tools and resources needed for non-partisan voter outreach and engagement.

What you will learn: how to engage first-time and infrequent voters; tools for social media campaigns and in-person activities; how to demystify the voting process; and changes to processes as a result of the pandemic.

virtual Elections 101 Workshops 

Join us Tuesday, July 20th from 1:00 - 2:30 EDT for an election readiness workshop to equip community-based organizations and local leaders with the tools and resources needed for non-partisan voter outreach and engagement.
What you will learn:

  • How to engage first-time and infrequent voters.
  • Tools for social media campaigns and in-person activities.
  • How to demystify the voting process.
  • Changes to voting as a result of the pandemic

What you will get:

  • A virtual toolkit with the latest info sheets from Elections Canada
  • Samples of effective social media campaigns
  • A chance to ask questions
  • Regular updates with the latest materials from The Exchange and Elections Canada between now and Election Day.

Finally, you will have a chance to meet people who share your passion for building a vibrant, inclusive, and just democracy in Canada.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/elections-101-workshop-tickets-161651157965
virtual YMCA Canada: Train the trainer event 

This "train-the-trainer" workshop is for YMCA program managers and community leaders in different parts of Canada. It aims to walk them through the resources available on Inspire Democracy website, and training others to use and access the resources.

virtual Democracy Dialogues: Decisions, Debates, Democracy? 

The Leaders Debates offers the only chance that Canadians have to see all major political party leaders go head-to-head live. Is it pure political theater or a genuine opportunity for Canadians to learn more about the parties policy positions and leaders' capabilities? Join two seasoned journalists, one now responsible for organizing the debates and another a former debate moderator, for a lively conversation about the role of debates and the broader question of how we help new voters make informed decisions during an election.
We will explore the challenges associated with making an informed choice during elections in an age of disinformation, social media overload and political campaigns that reward platitudes over substance. And offer practical tips for first time voters who find themselves frustrated by the whole experience. 

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/decisions-debates-democracy-tickets-161066858309
virtual Toolkit 3 Relaunch Event: Registering and Voting in a Federal Election

Interested in helping your community members get ready for the next federal election? Join us on June 23rd for the official relaunch event of Inspire Democracy's toolkit on registering and voting in a federal election! By the end of the event you will have the tools and know-how to help your community members prepare and plan for their voting journey.

Representatives from Elections Canada will be sharing official information on the registration and voting process and the Democratic Engagement Exchange will be discussing their Vote Pop-Up workshops.

To register for this event, please register at the following link: https://ca01web.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5Ipc-yrqjgqGteJQPQc3LkySBhwDQdfck_F

virtual Navigating the Landscape of Brain Injury This two-days conference is designed for health care and service providers in the brain injury sector, and includes more technical/research-based information and language.
virtual Healthy Brain & Well-Being Conference This conference is designed for those living with brain injury, caregivers, and anyone who is interested in learning more about supporting brain injury recovery.
virtual 2021 CHHA Educational Conference and Trade Show 2021 CHHA Educational Conference and Trade Show is meant to strengthen the connection within the hearing loss community from coast to coast. EC is attending in order to share with participants accessibility tools to vote in federal elections.
virtual UPEISU Student information session: the Inspire Democracy 'Registering and Voting' Toolkit

Information session for members of three student unions: University of Prince Edward Island, Students Nova Scotia, and the New Brunswick Student Alliance.

The June 9 session will be about registering and voting in a federal election, including overcoming barriers, and staying safe while voting in case an election would be called during the pandemic.

Bilingual presentation, and possibility to Q&A with an Elections Canada representative.

virtual Power in Community Virtual Conference, Alliance for Healthier Communities

On June 16-17, 2021, the Alliance for Healthier Communities primary health care conference, Power in Community, will take place online for the first time. Elections Canada will participate with a digital booth, including information about our Inspire Democracy program, and the newly updated toolkits.

virtual UPEISU Student information session: the Inspire Democracy 'Working at a Federal Election' Toolkit

Information sessions for members of three student unions: University of Prince Edward Island, Students Nova Scotia, and the New Brunswick Student Alliance.

The May 10 session focused on working at a federal election, including information on what paid positions are typically available, and how to apply for them. It also covered safety and health, in case of an election being called during the pandemic.

Bilingual presentation, and Q&A with an Elections Canada representative.

virtual Soaring Indigenous Youth Empowerment Gathering
virtual Toolkit #2 Relaunch Event: Working at a Federal Election

Trying to find ways to engage your community members in democracy? How about encouraging them to work at the next federal election? There will be more than 280,000 paid jobs available with Elections Canada. On April 30, 2021, the agency will be hosting an event on working at a federal election.

The event will feature the newly updated Inspire Democracy toolkit on recruitment, which includes the health and safety measures that will be in place to keep election workers safe. You will also find out about the different jobs we're staffing and how to apply for them. Representatives from Elections Canada's Recruitment team will be there to share tips and take questions.

For more information and to register, please email Inspirerlademocratie-Inspiredemocracy@elections.ca.

virtual ICC Citizenship Ceremony A citizenship ceremony hosted by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship.
virtual L'expérience candidat : Faire campagne et opérer pendant une élection fédérale (in French only)

On behalf of Inspire Democracy, the Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy (IFSD) at the University of Ottawa is hosting virtual information sessions highlighting the candidate experience. The live sessions will include a variety of perspectives on the electoral apparatus, considerations on the ground, and campaigning during the pandemic.

Panelists:
Maxime Bernier, candidat, PPC
Ruth-Ellen Brosseau, candidate, NPD
Greg Fergus, candidat, Libéral
Marilène Gill, candidate, Bloc Québécois
Danny Légaré, candidat, parti Marijuana

virtual The candidate experience: Campaigning and operating during a federal election

On behalf of Inspire Democracy, the Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy (IFSD) at the University of Ottawa is hosting virtual information sessions highlighting the candidate experience. The live sessions will include a variety of perspectives on the electoral apparatus, considerations on the ground, and campaigning during the pandemic.

Panelists:
Sébastien CoRhino, Rhinoseros Party
Katie Omstead, Liberal Party of Canada
Bruce Stanton, Conservative Party of Canada

virtual The candidate experience: Campaigning and operating during a federal election

On behalf of Elections Canada, the Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy (IFSD) at the University of Ottawa is hosting virtual information sessions highlighting the candidate experience. The live sessions will include a variety of perspectives on the electoral apparatus, considerations on the ground, and campaigning during the pandemic.

Panelists:
Coreen Corcoran, Libertarian Party of Canada
Andy Filmore, Liberal Party of Canada
Elizabeth May, Green Party of Canada
Julius Tiangson, Conservative Party of Canada

virtual Revitalizing Democracy – A forum on strengthening campus-based democratic engagement The Forum brings together student leaders, university staff and administrators, youth led organizations, and election administrators with a shared commitment to strengthening campus based democratic engagement. Forum participants will share tools and resources in workshop sessions and help develop a vision for campus based engagement in Canada.
virtual Democracy Dialogues: Educating for Democracy – Campus Based Democratic Engagement

In Canada, there is a pressing need to develop a more robust approach to fostering democratic participation at our colleges and universities. But what does this look like? How can we educate for democracy? How do we address existing inequalities in the participation? These challenges exist at all levels, from campus governance to the federal government.

Join Democratic Engagement Exchange for a conversation with Dr. Nancy Thomas, Director for the Institute for Democracy & Higher Education at Tufts University. Dr. Thomas and her team are dedicated to answering these challenging questions through cutting edge research and innovative solution-based programs.

virtual Democracy Dialogues: Empowerment through Accessibility: Towards Inclusive Democratic Engagement for People with Disabilities

There is a systemic exclusion of people with disabilities from political participation. Equal access to exercising their right to civic engagement and political participation are among the barriers that people with disabilities face in our society. How do we build an inclusive democratic process that is reflective of the needs of people with disabilities?

This event will include live sign language interpretation.

2020 Events

Our team will be attending the following events on International Day of People with Disabilities, on December 3, 2020.

Indspire: Soaring Indigenous Youth Empowerment Gathering, Ottawa, ON
March 5, 2020
(registration required)

2018-2019 Events

'Accessibility in the Federal Election'
CNIB Foundation is hosting several in-person training sessions in the lead-up to the Federal election. At these sessions, participants can use and test the accessibility tools that will be provided by Elections Canada at the polls.

We can also help check your local polling location, make sure you’re on the voters list, and help with registering to vote! Make sure you know what to expect, and what you can request on voting day, by participating in this training.

To register to attend please select your location at cnib.ca/election2019

Medicine Hat 24-Sep-19
Montréal 24-Sep-19
Edmonton 25-Sep-19
Granby 25-Sep-19
Chilliwack 30-Sep-19
Abbotsford 30-Sep-19
Halifax 01-Oct-19
Belleville 01-Oct-19
Ville de Québec 01-Oct-19
Camrose 02-Oct-19
Kingston 02-Oct-19
Kingston 02-Oct-19
Trois-Rivières 02-Oct-19
Vancouver 02-Oct-19
Prince George 02-Oct-19
Prince George 02-Oct-19
Charlottetown 03-Oct-19
Kamloops 03-Oct-19
Kamloops 03-Oct-19
Vancouver 04-Oct-19
Vancouver 04-Oct-19
Brandon 08-Oct-19
Thunder Bay 08-Oct-19
North Bay 08-Oct-19
Kelowna 09-Oct-19
Kelowna 09-Oct-19
Winnipeg 10-Oct-19
Ottawa 10-Oct-19
Ottawa 10-Oct-19
Timmins 10-Oct-19
Richmond Hill 10-Oct-19
Kelowna 10-Oct-19
Sudbury 11-Oct-19
Victoria 11-Oct-19
Victoria 11-Oct-19
Mississauga 15-Oct-19
Brantford 15-Oct-19
Windsor 15-Oct-19
Hamilton 16-Oct-19
Regina 16-Oct-19
Barrie 17-Oct-19
Whitby 17-Oct-19
London 17-Oct-19
Saskatoon 17-Oct-19
Kitchener 18-Oct-19
Kitchener 18-Oct-19
Toronto 19-Oct-19

"Registering and Voting in a Federal Election" - Ottawa Public Library, Sunnyside branch
October 10, 2019 at 6:30 pm
(Registration Open)

ABM Indigenous Lower Mainland, Langley, BC
November 19-20, 2019
(registration available) (English only)

Experience Your Life Expo 2019 - Kiosk, Mississauga, ON
September 28, 2019
(Registration available) (English only)

Webinar: Federal Election Voter Information Campaign - Be part of the action!
September 24th 1pm Eastern
Registration:
Inspirerlademocratie-Inspiredemocracy@elections.ca

"2019 National Forum: Literacy and Civic Engagement" (Frontier College)
September 17, 2019
To register to attend please select your location and click on the link.
Whitehorse (registration required)
Vancouver (registration required)
Edmonton (registration required)
Winnipeg (registration required)
Thunder Bay (registration required)
Toronto (registration required)
Montreal (registration required- French-only event)
Quebec City (registration required- French-only event)
Halifax (registration required)
Iqaluit (registration required)

"Meeting with RAPHO" - Gatineau, QC
September 18, 2019 (French-only event)

ABM Indigenous East, Toronto, ON
August 27-28, 2019
(registration available) (English only)

“Working at a Federal Election” Workshop with the Ottawa Public Library – Sunnyside Branch, Ottawa, ON
August 21, 2019 at 6:30 PM
(Registration Open)

Trinibago Day 2019, Ottawa, ON
August 18, 2019
(Free Admission)

Roundtable at the Institut du Nouveau Monde Summer School, Montreal, QC
August 16, 2019
(Registration required) (French only)

Canadian Alliance of Student Associations "Get out the Vote Conference - Central", Ottawa, ON
August 15 - 16, 2019
(Registration required)

Canadian Alliance of Student Associations "Get out the Vote Conference - West", Calgary, AB
August 8 - 9, 2019
(Registration required)

Canadian Alliance of Student Associations "Get out the Vote Conference - East", Charlottetown, PE
July 29 - 30, 2019
(Registration required)

Assembly of First Nations Annual General Assembly, Fredericton, NB
July 23-25, 2019
(registration required)

National Association of Friendship Centres Annual Youth Forum and Annual Meeting, Lethbridge, AB
July 13-19, 2019
(registration required)

“How to Run in a Federal Election” Workshop with the Ottawa Public Library - Sunnyside Branch, Ottawa, ON
June 18, 2019
(Registration open)

2019 Canadian Association of College and University Student Services Conference - Kiosk, Calgary, AB
June 16-19, 2019
(Registration available) (English only)

Alliance for Healthier Communities - 'Community Health Connections 2019' Kiosk, Ottawa, ON
June 12-13, 2019
(Registration required)

ABM Indigenous Ontario North, Thunder Bay, ON
June 10-12, 2019
(registration closed)

2019 Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC
May 31-June 3, 2019
(registration available)

CHHA Educational Conference and Trade Show 2019, Montreal, QC
May 30 - June 2, 2019
(registration required)

Meeting with COPHAN Elections Committee, Montreal, QC
May 30-31, 2019
(Closed event)

Canadian Alliance of Student Associations Foundations Conference, Ottawa, ON
May 28-29, 2019
(Closed event)

Odawa Pow-Wow, Ottawa, ON
May 25, 2019
(Open event)

YMCA Canada Annual General Meeting, Toronto, ON
May 24, 2019
(Closed event)

South East Collegiate, Winnipeg, MB
May 16, 2019
(Closed event)

Manito Ahbee, Winnipeg, MB
May 15-19, 2019 (TBC)

Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities Train-the-Trainer Session, Winnipeg, MB
May 15, 2019
(Spots limited, email Victoria.Bennett@elections.ca)

Train-the-Trainer Session with Elections Manitoba & the United Way, Winnipeg, MB
May 15, 2019
(Spots limited, email Victoria.Bennett@elections.ca)

ABM Indigenous West, Penticton, BC
May 13-15, 2019
(registration available) (English only)

Boys and Girls Club of Canada Youth Council Meeting 2019 - Workshop, Montreal, QC
May 13, 2019
(Youth Council meeting - closed to the public)

Real Tools for Real Situations: Journey to the 2019 Federal Election, Toronto, ON
May 9-10, 2019
(Closed event)

National Disability Summit, Ottawa, ON
May 9, 2019
(Closed event)

CICan 2019 Conference - Colleges and Institutes Canada, Niagara Falls, ON
May 5-7, 2019
(registration required)

Citizen Advocacy Ottawa - Presentation, Ottawa, ON
May 2, 2019
(Closed event)

Operation Come Home - Community Launch of Staying Alive While Living the Life, Ottawa, ON
March 29, 2019
(Open event) (English only)

Indigenous Knowledge Conference, Calgary, AB
March 27-28
(registration available) (English only)

Launch Event with the Institute for Fiscal Studies and Democracy, Ottawa, ON
March 20, 2019

Equay-Wuk Gathering 2019, Sioux Lookout, ON
March 5-7, 2019
(registration available) (English only)

Equal Voice National Campaign School for Women - Workshop, Ottawa, ON
March 1, 2019
(Closed event)

ABM Indigenous Prairies, Regina, SK
February 26-27, 2019
(registration available) (English only)

Indspire: Soaring Indigenous Youth Empowerment Gathering, Calgary, AB
February 21, 2019
(Registration limited)

Springtide Workshop, Halifax, NS
February 9, 2019
(registration closed) 

Ontario Library Association Super Conference Expo 2019 (TBC), Toronto, ON,
January 31-February 1, 2019
(registration required)

Democracy Xchange - Toronto, ON, January 25-27 , 2019  

"4th Annual International Day of Persons with Disabilities at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights" Kiosk - Winnipeg, MB, December 3 (registration available) (English only)

9th Annual Policy Forum on Inclusion Kiosk - Ottawa, ON, December 3 (registration available) (English only, with bilingual presentations)

2018 Health and Wellbeing in Children, Youth, and Adults with Developmental Disabilities Conference - Richmond, BC, November 7-8 (registration available)

Aboriginal Business Match Lower Mainland - Langley, BC, October 22-24 (registration required)

Brain Injury Canada National Conference Kiosk - Ottawa, ON, October 18 & 19 (registration available)

CICan 2018 Indigenous Education Symposium - Wendake, QC, October 14-16 (registration available)

United Way Winnipeg Vote PopUp Training Workshop - Winnipeg, MB, October 3-4, 2018 (TBC)

'AFOA Canada 19th National Conference' Kiosk - Ottawa, ON, October 2-4, 2018 (registration required)

'National Indigenous Cultural Expo' (NICE) Workshop & Kiosk - Peguis First Nation - - Edmonton, AB, September 28-30 (admission available)

Aboriginal Business Match Alberta - Enoch Cree Nation, AB, September 24-26 (registration required)

Workshop with ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre (iSDC) - Iqaluit, NV, September 20-21 (registration available)

Panel with the Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship (CSDC) - Montreal, QC, September 20, 2018

Nunavut Trade Show & Conference Kiosk - Iqaluit, NV, September 18-20 (registration available)

Native Women's Association of Canada's Annual General Assembly Kiosk - Ottawa, ON, September 7-9 (registration available)

Aboriginal Business Match East - Sudbury, ON, August 27-29 (registration required)

Assembly of First Nations Annual General Assembly - Vancouver, BC, July 24-26 (registration available)

Cophan (La Confédération des organismes de personnes handicapées du Québec) Annual General Meeting - Montréal, June 18 (French-only event)

People in Motion Show - Toronto, June 15-16

Doors Open Ottawa - Ottawa, June 2

Social Science and Humanities Research Council Congress - Regina, May 29 - June 2

Forum sur la diversité, l'accessibilité et l'inclusion - Ottawa, May 30-31 (French-only event)

Canadian Disability Studies Association Conference - Regina, May 27-29

Campaign School for Women: Leaders in Action - Halifax, May 25-27

Manito Ahbee Festival - Winnipeg, May 18-20

Aboriginal Business Match - Penticton, May 7-8

Special Olympics Ontario - Timmins, May 6

Boys and Girls Club of Canada 2018 National Conference - Charlottetown, May 3

Toronto Public Library Workshop Presentation - Toronto, May 2

OCAD University - Disability, Technology and Inclusion Workshop - Toronto, April 28

Indspire Soaring Youth Conference - Winnipeg March 22-23

Barrier-Free: Manitoba Workshop, Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities - Winnipeg, March 21

Springtide Workshop: Engaging the Disengaged - Halifax, March 14

Springtide Workshop: Engaging the Disengaged - Charlottetown, March 12

Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy Conference - University of Ottawa, Ottawa, March 2

Equay-wuk Gathering, Sioux Lookout - March 1

Apathy is Boring Workshop, National Retreat - Mont-Tremblant, Feb. 23-26

Coming Up Together Conference - Ottawa, Feb 20-22

Disability, Technology and Inclusion Workshop - Ottawa, Feb. 20-21

2017 Events

Indigenous Knowledge Conference, Thunder Bay, November 15-16, 2017

Democracy Xchange, Toronto, November 18, 2017

Health & Wellbeing in Developmental Disabilities, Toronto, November 29-30, 2017

National Gathering for Indigenous Education, Montreal, November 29, 2017 - December 1, 2017

Disability, Technology, Inclusion Symposium, Ottawa (Carleton University), December 8-10, 2017