Jordan’s Principle Knowledge Exchange Ontario Gathering
December 10 - December 12
A FRONT LINE WORKERS CONFERENCE
For Navigators, Case managers, and Frontline Workers working directly with First Nations access to Jordan’s Principle
December 10-12, 2019
Holiday Inn Airport, Toronto ON
1 Frontline Worker from each of the 133 First Nations will be provided with complimentary registration and hotel accommodations.
Register here: https://tapresourcesevents.ca/jprinciple2019/registration
CONFERENCE TOPICS INCLUDE: Panel presentations about History and Legacy, Ontario Jordan Principle Models, Families experiences, plus skill development workshops and more.
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Waneek Horn-Miller the first Mohawk woman to win a gold medal for rowing at the 1999 Pan American Games & to ever compete in the Olympic games. She was recently inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Family.
FEATURING: Alanis Obomsawin, one of the most acclaimed Indigenous directors in the world. Alanis came to cinema from performance and storytelling. She has created
an extraordinary body of work-of more than 50 films and counting. The Abenaki director has received numerous international honours and in 2019 was named a Companion of the Order of Canada-its highest distinction. Alanis will be providing the Plenary presentation and be with us for screening of her documentary Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger.
For more information, please contact Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald at TAP Resources, President@tapresources.ca