St. Mary's Boat Club, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Monday, June 6, 2016
Living Together Halifax was an opportunity for people from diverse communities to get to know more about each other, and a space to listen, share and reflect.
Living Together symposia proceedings, from nine events across Canada, will be an integral part of the CRRF’s 2017 sesquicentennial presentation.
The agenda was highly interactive and focused on key questions, including:
Identity and belonging
Faith and spirituality
Planning for the future
Tracey Jones-Grant, Manager, Diversity and Inclusion, Government Relations & External Affairs, Halifax Regional Municipality
Stephen Law, Conflict Mediator, Emerge International
Catherine Martin, Nancy’s Chair in Women’s Studies, Mount Saint Vincent University
Lindell Smith, Community Library Assistant, Halifax North Branch Library and Regional Council Candidate, Peninsula North
Ilhem Dedekhani, Community Educator, Multicultural Association of Pictou County