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Dec 28

9:30 AM

Dec 28
  • Student Leader (Pre)Conference


    in Willow

    The P2C PLUS Student Leader Pre-Conference exists to embolden student leaders, helping them maximize their impact as mobilizing disciples of Jesus on campus and beyond. Come interact with student leaders from across Canada on topics relevant to you!

    This year we will be discussing how community and the Gospel intersect and hearing from our new National Director, Andy Smits! As always, there is a time to share stories of what God has been doing across the country. There is also an optional workshop on "Leadership and burnout".

    This event is limited to P2C Discipleship Group Leaders and Servant Team members or your campus’ equivalent. Feel free to invite anybody else you think would want to come. This event runs from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm followed by an optional workshop that finishes at 2:00pm.

    Please fill out the application to apply for a spot at the pre-conference.

1:00 PM

Dec 28
  • “Let’s Talk about Mental Health.”

    With Jen Watt
    in Spruce

    How does our faith intersect with mental health? Come join this facilitated conversation with a mental health professional. This workshop has limited space to allow for vulnerable discussion.

  • Stories of Trauma and Healing

    With Olivier Kavutse
    in Cedar

    After experiencing the 1994 Rwandan genocide and losing his parents, Olivier has experienced the trauma of his own story and heard the stories of many others. Through meeting Christ and expression in music, Olivier has experienced release of anger and bitterness and experienced a process of healing. Come hear stories of trauma and of healing from someone who has many stories to draw from.

  • Identity Crisis

    With Gabe Salazar
    in Chestnut West

    Having an identity crisis? Learn how God provides for us to find our identity in Christ and not in the identity labels this world has to offer. Motivational Youth Speaker Gabe Salazar talks about the importance of knowing your Creator in order to know yourself. Gabe will also talk about the three keys to finding our identity in Christ.

  • Finding a Mentor

    With Jerusha Ricketts
    in Maple

    Mentors can be wonderful sources of encouragement and conviction in our lives. They can fight with us in the trenches and rejoice with us on the mountaintops. But how do we find the right mentor? What kinds of things should we consider and how do we go about asking them? In this workshop, Jerusha will help us learn how to make wise decisions as we seek out mentorship.

  • Forgiveness is Hard

    With Erin Ford
    in Chestnut East

    What if you feel like you can't forgive someone? How does forgiveness work anyway? What does the Bible say about forgiveness and healing? We will be deep diving into these questions and discovering together why forgiveness really is for everyone.

  • Jesus First in Relationships: Decoding Your Neighbourhood

    With Khevna Dave
    in Linden

    God has created you with unique skills, passions, and experiences and has called you to be a faithful witness and make Jesus known among all nations and peoples—including the ones found in your neighbourhood. Come join as we dive deep into what Jesus says about loving our neighbours, explore the ways to learn who are neighbours are, and discuss how you can strategically build relationships within your own neighbourhood community. Discover the impact that living with others can have for God's Kingdom, as those around you learn how to place Jesus first in their own lives.

2:00 PM

Dec 28
  • “Let’s Talk about Mental Health.”

    With Jen Watt
    in Spruce

    How does our faith intersect with mental health? Come join this facilitated conversation with a mental health professional. This workshop has limited space to allow for vulnerable discussion.

  • For God so LOVED…

    With Erik Jensen
    in Chestnut East

    God is love. We've all heard that but what IS love? WHY does God love us? And if God loves us... doesn't that change something? Join us as we discuss LOVE and its incredible power to shape our view of God and the world around us.

  • Jesus First in the Home

    With Mike Mileski
    in Cedar

    No matter your family background, it’s normal to wonder if a healthy marriage and family are even possible anymore. When are we ready? What does it look like when Jesus is first in a home? Mike takes a light-hearted, gospel-driven approach to this weighty subject, hoping to keep us from repeating some of his (many) mistakes.

  • Become a Peacemaker

    With Gabe Salazar
    in Chestnut West

    We shouldn't be afraid of conflict; it will happen in life. It's how we respond to conflict that can make or break us. Motivational youth speaker Gabe Salazar addresses resolution techniques like learning the difference between forgiveness and reconciliation. Ultimately, God can use us to be peacemakers.

  • Jesus First in Dating

    With AC
    in Maple

    Dating has been considered by experts as one of the worst inventions ever. It can be difficult to figure out what dating is supposed to be like while trying to respond well to Christ's calling to service. Michelle and AC will share some of their insights from their experience as well as engage in a biblical discussion, clarifying how to navigate the challenges of dating while being called to ministry.

  • How Do I Partner with the Spirit’s Work in My Life?

    With Esther Wong
    in Linden

    The night before Jesus was crucified he told his disciples that it was better that he was going away because the Holy Spirit was coming. Why did he say that? Often, we would rather have the person of Jesus to talk to face to face. How can we live in partnership with the Holy Spirit, this gift that Jesus so highly praises? Learn how we can recognize the work of the Holy Spirit, be reminded of the gospel in every moment, and respond in joyful obedience.

3:30 PM

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1:00 PM

Dec 29
  • Praying the Scriptures

    With Laurie Armstrong
    in Linden

    This workshop will teach you to pray around a particular biblical text with words and attitudes reflected in God's own Word, but by personalizing them in our own words and emotions. In this experiential workshop you will get acquainted with the spirit and techniques of praying the Scriptures.

  • Jesus First in a Leader’s Purity

    With Mike Mileski
    in Maple

    The double life of ministry and secret sexual sin is more costly than we realize, while freedom is more possible than we ever dared imagine. Rooted in Scripture and Mike’s own experience, this will be a candid, mature conversation about the cost and privilege of serving Jesus in gospel ministry.

  • Race and the Gospel

    With John Sundara, Desmond Watts, Tiffany Lou-Hing, Sel Ina
    in Chestnut East

    Racial equality has been a long-standing issue in our society. While we might not like to think about it, it’s an issue we deal with in Canada as well. Come interact with a panel who will share how the gospel intersects their racial identity and can bring us together.

  • “I Had a Hard Semester.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

  • The First, Second, and Third: Understanding the Trinity and Its Importance to Our Spiritual Lives

    With Wesley Huff
    in Cedar

    What we call “the Trinity” has been one of the defining aspects of Christianity. But what do we mean when we use the word? The term? The idea? Where does the concept come from in Scripture and how does it change the way we understand God, and the way we understand ourselves?

  • Blessings and Curses

    With Jon Tyson
    in Chestnut West

    The Bible tells us that there is the power of life and death in our tongue and in our words. If we receive these words as truth then both curses and blessings can become real in our lives, but because of Jesus we have the choice to freely walk in blessing. Jon will challenge those that attend this workshop to walk in this blessing and be a force of blessing in the world!

2:30 PM

Dec 29
  • Music and the Gospel

    With Amanda Fung Kavutse
    in Chestnut East

    How does music and artistic expression glorify God? How does our creative musical expression intersect with the gospel? Come hear from Amanda and her story of music and the gospel.

  • How to Lead a Small Group with P2C

    With Jill Manubay
    in Linden

    What does a small group with P2C-Students look like? What resources have been created for student ministries across Canada? How do you build community in your group? How do you troubleshoot problems that surface in leading? Learn how to lead a vibrant and effective small group with P2C-Students.

  • Partnership with the Spirit: Recognizing the Spirit in Our Lives

    With Veronika Flores
    in Maple

    We know that Jesus sent us his Holy Spirit to help us, but how exactly does that work? What should we be looking for? This workshop will help you recognize how the Holy Spirit is at work in your life every day, even when it doesn’t feel like it.

  • “I Don’t Know Where I Fit in as a Woman in Ministry.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

  • What Came First? Intelligent Design and God

    With Jon Topping
    in Cedar

    The claim is often made that there is no way to show that God exists; you have to just accept it by faith. However, for nearly as long as philosophy and science have existed, humanity has argued that the universe itself screams the existence of God. We’ll be looking at the design behind all of creation, and how the reality of God is actually the best explanation of the data.

  • What if Certainty Isn’t the Goal?

    With Jen Pollock Michel
    in Chestnut West

    In a world filled with ambiguity, many of us long for a belief system that provides straightforward answers to complex questions and clarity in the face of confusion. We want faith to act like an orderly set of truth-claims designed to solve the problems and pain that life throws at us. While there are certainties in Christian faith, at the heart of the Christian story is also paradox. Jesus invites us to abandon the polarities of either and or in order to embrace the difficult, wondrous dissonance of "and".

4:00 PM

Dec 29
  • Lament is Worship

    With Jessica Chan
    in Linden

    “Lament is not despair. It is not whining. It is not a cry into a void. Lament is a cry directed to God. It is the cry of those who see the truth of the world's deep wounds and the cost of seeking peace. It is the prayer of those who are deeply disturbed by the way things are... “ (from the book Reconciling All Things). Come learn from the speaker’s lament journey and use interactive stations to lead you in lament for yourself, those close to you, and the world.

  • Death Doesn’t Deserve You

    With Mark Stromenberg, Nick Pegg
    in Maple

    Mental illness and suicidal thoughts affect 1 in 3 people, including us. But we believe that YOU MATTER, that DEATH DOES NOT DESERVE YOU, and that CLARITY IS POSSIBLE. Our workshop will focus on three things: How to survive a panic attack, how to help a suicidal friend, and how to pursue mental wellness. If you’re looking to better help a friend, or if you’re asking God, “Why?”, or if you just need some hope, come join us.

  • Partnering with the Spirit: Remembering and Applying the Gospel

    With Sarah Trouborst
    in Chestnut East

    Sometimes we recognize how the Holy Spirit is working in our lives. We may even know exactly what our next steps should be, but then we don’t follow through. Maybe we’re busy, or lazy, or even paralyzed with fear. Learn how remembering the gospel and applying it can help us partner with the Holy Spirit.

  • “I’m Struggling to Reconcile the Concept of a Loving Church with the Racism I’m Experiencing.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

  • Did God Really Say…?!

    With Wendy Stringer
    in Cedar

    It’s the first question asked in the scriptures and we’re still asking it. There are some pretty tough stories written in God’s book: stories that are ugly, unsettling, and leave us asking really hard questions. How do we read the brutal stories in the bible? Should we read them, or can we just avoid them? Did God really say…? In Luke 24 we’re told that Jesus, “beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, interpreted to them in ALL the Scriptures the things concerning himself.” And this is the best news. Because if Jesus is in the hard, dark places of the Bible, maybe he can handle our questions and maybe he's in our hard, dark places too.

  • God’s Word is First

    With Wesley Huff
    in Chestnut West

    The Christian Scriptures sit at the heart of the Christian worldview. Our understandings of the beginning, the end, God, Jesus, purpose, meaning, and a whole lot in between come from this collection of ancient writings. How is it that we can have confidence that it is true? And if it is true, how does putting it first change our lives today, thousands of years after its words were penned?

7:00 PM

Dec 29

Dec 30

9:30 AM

Dec 30

1:00 PM

Dec 30
  • Can You Hear God?

    With Peter Davis
    in Linden

    Can you hear God? Lectio Divina (translated “divine [or sacred] reading”) is an approach to the Scriptures that helps us to listen for the word of God spoken to us in the present moment. It is based on the understanding of Hebrews 4:12 (“For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart.”), that God meets with us and speaks to us through his word with specific messages that apply to us today. The primary objective is not to gain information, but rather to develop a relationship with God so that we grow in our love for him and cooperate with his refining work in our lives.

  • As Unto the Lord: Living for Christ in the Workplace

    With Nadine Watson
    in Maple

    What does the Christocentric message of the book of Colossians have to say about employee-employer relations? We will review the apostle Paul’s command to put on godliness and to put off ungodliness and learn about how we can express our faith at work. We will explore how to work wholeheartedly while fearing the Lord simultaneously, and how to work in hope of eternal life. These three areas are interspersed with real-life issues that arise in the workplace.

  • The Idolatry and Opportunity of Technology

    With James Kelly
    in Cedar

    I recently was walking down the street and my cell was vibrating in my pocket so I went to grab it… but it wasn't actually in my pocket. It wasn't even with me. Scary. This is called Phantom Vibration. Look it up. I believe it is time we get serious about putting technology in its proper place in our life. I also believe it is our responsibility to steward technology to advance God's Kingdom. Are these at odds? Let's talk.

  • “I Feel Anxious About Graduating Without a Plan.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

  • They Took Note That They Had Been With Jesus (Acts 4:13)

    With Jon Fuller
    in Chestnut East

    While there are many things that we can do to strengthen our effectiveness in mission, the essential core of all mission is our relationship with Jesus. Mission is the adventure of walking with Jesus into the world.

  • The Neurobiology of Addictions

    With Alison Buchan
    in Chestnut West

    Struggles with substances and behaviours are increasingly being understood in terms of addiction. In this seminar, we will discuss the physiological and biological processes that drive addiction to gain a better understanding of what is going on in the body that makes these habits so difficult to break.

2:30 PM

Dec 30
  • What Helps and Hinders Serving the Most Vulnerable

    With Theresa Quann
    in Chestnut East

    How can you translate a passion for people within the vulnerable sector into a lifelong ministry? What helps and what hurts in these ministries? How can you earn the right to even begin to help people whose experience you can’t relate to? How do you manage boundaries emotionally while still serving effectively? Learn from Theresa Quann and her years of experience with Connecting Streams.

  • Engaging God through the Parable of Your Job

    With John Van Sloten
    in Cedar

    The work you do uniquely images a working God. In this workshop you will be given practical tools to help you better experience God through the work you do.

  • Brush Calligraphy & Prayer Workshop

    With Mandy
    in Linden

    As our modern world becomes more busy and digital, there is a greater need to slow down and return to the basics. In this one-hour session, Mandy will be leading students in a time of reflection through brush calligraphy and prayer. When we read and write out God's Word, it helps us to digest the passage. At the end of the session, we hope students will feel refreshed and inspired by his written word.

  • Pacing Yourself in Missions

    With Melodie Francis
    in Maple

    Whether you’re excited about starting your journey with missions or ministry, or whether you’re feeling burned out and ready to quit, this workshop will help you navigate how to pace yourself. Come hear from Melodie Francis, who has served for almost 15 years in a remote area with at-risk children. Learn from her wisdom and experience in finding stamina, building disciplines, working in teams, and resolving conflict.

  • “I Feel too Broken to be Serving in Ministry.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

  • Climate Change, Poverty, and Unreached People Groups

    With Katharine Hayhoe
    in Chestnut West

    As Christians, we are called to love others as Christ loved us. Today, our neighbours—here at home as well as on the other side of the world—are already being harmed by climate-related impacts. The poor, the sick, and the disadvantaged are the most vulnerable, with the least resources to adapt. How can we respond in love to this growing global problem?

4:00 PM

Dec 30
  • How Do I Manage My Finances?

    With Vince Olfert
    in Chestnut East

    Money is a huge part of our lives, whether we like it or not. Is it evil? Is it good? Money can surface feelings of anxiety, pride, happiness, and security. Money can be either a wild beast that we can serve or a tool we can use to serve God. This workshop will unpack some big money principles and practical insights for viewing and using money the way God intended.

  • Missional Living

    With Erik Jensen
    in Cedar

    Join us for a discussion on living with intention and meaning in your circles of normal life. Living like Jesus requires us to BE with people who don't know Jesus. Let's talk about how Jesus shows up everywhere... cathedrals, dorm rooms, and the Starbucks around the corner.

  • Navigating the Tension between Family Relationships and Ministry Calling from a Chinese-American/Asian Perspective

    With AC
    in Maple

    Being called into ministry can be particularly difficult for those who have grown up in an Asian context. Parents often have conflicting views over the future of their children. We'll discuss some of the foundations for this tension and how to better understand and resolve these in a biblical way.

  • Partnering with the Spirit: Responding with Joyful Obedience

    With Tim Trouborst
    in Linden

    The Holy Spirit is at work in your life! You can recognize it and you trust that whatever he wants you to do is the best, but what exactly does he want you to do? Will it always be a big one-time gesture or something smaller and consistent? Learn how to partner with the Holy Spirit by responding in obedience to his work in your life.

  • CPR for My Bible Reading

    With Dr. Steve West
    in Chestnut West

    How many of us have gone through times when we simply can’t seem to find the motivation to read the Bible? Or we do read it, but we don’t seem to get anything out of it? If we’re honest, sometimes we may not even want to read the Bible, or days might go by without thinking about it. We know we should read the Scriptures, but we feel guilty for our neglect and failure to stick with a devotional plan. The truth is that everyone struggles at times with reading the Bible—pastors, missionaries, scholars, and students included. As we come into the New Year, this seminar will provide an analysis of the problems we face, and strategies to help us set good habits which will help us read and understand God’s Word.

  • “It’s Hard Being the Only Christian in My Family.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

7:00 PM

Dec 30

Dec 31

9:30 AM

Dec 31

1:00 PM

Dec 31
  • Identity, Freedom, and Dignity: Is God a Threat?

    With Lucas Burton
    in Chestnut East

    Beneath many of the conversations and controversies in today’s public sphere lies a search for identity, a longing for freedom, and a cry for dignity. In a post-Christian culture, it’s not uncommon for Christianity to be rejected as a threat to the fulfillment of these values. But does God’s power and authority restrict our freedom, diminish our dignity, and make identity irrelevant? Can the modern alternative of the 'autonomous self' deliver where God falls short? In this workshop, we will explore the way Jesus reveals a God who desires to give us the identity, freedom, and dignity we long for but can never achieve on our own.

  • Reflective Prayer on Our Cultural Impact

    With Shireen Spencer
    in Linden

    Jesus calls us to be salt and light in our cultures and contexts. What has your presence been in your culture so far? What would you like it to be? Experience the heart-changing power of prayer as we pray through these questions.

  • Partnering with the Spirit in Overcoming Pornography

    With Anton Lim
    in Maple

    Sexual sin can become a constant cycle of failure and shame. It can rob us of the joy we are promised in Christ. Hear Anton’s journey from sexual sin and shame to a life of freedom and grace. Learn how you can partner with the Spirit as you look to the cross in the war against sexual sin. Q&A period in the last 15 minutes.

  • Contextualizing the Gospel: Jesus First in our Complex Culture

    With Andy Smits
    in Chestnut West

    How does an unchanging gospel connect to a culture with seemingly endless and ever-changing perspectives? Can the gospel be good news to all the people I know with their unique hopes, fears, and experiences? Attend this workshop to learn how to contextualize the gospel within our increasingly complex culture.

  • “I Want to Believe My Worth is Rooted in God, but Instagram Makes it so Hard.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

  • The One God First: Christianity and Other Religions

    With Jon Topping
    in Cedar

    In a pluralistic society that is accepting of people from any faith, how can Christians claim that theirs is the only path to salvation? Don’t all religions essentially say the same thing? We’ll be looking at the foundation of Christianity, and how other religions fit into the conversation.

2:30 PM

Dec 31
  • Praying for the Persecuted Church

    With Ali Meyerink, Sandra Mejia
    in Linden

    In Canada, many are unaware of the persecution our brothers and sisters face in different parts of the world. Come and listen to stories about those facing persecution for their faith and ministry. Pray together for strength, perseverance, and hope for those in the persecuted Church.

  • Contextualizing the Gospel in an East Asian Context

    With Melissa
    in Chestnut West

    What does the gospel look like in an honour-shame culture? How do people in East Asia respond to verses like John 3:16? How much of our gospel proclamation is influenced by western theology? Come and see the gospel through another lens and learn how we can be effective in our witness in East Asian contexts.

  • Partnering with the Spirit in Discerning God’s Will

    With Justin Chan
    in Maple

    We know you’re asking this. When it comes to big decisions in life, many Christians can either be practical atheists or paralyzed by over-spiritual myths. Come hear sound Biblical advice from an experienced leader who has made many big decisions in life.

  • “I Don’t Know Where I Fit In as a Woman in Ministry.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

  • Jesus First in Culture: Bible Translation and Justice For Indigenous Communities

    With Susanna Muntz
    in Chestnut East

    Language is a primary source of identity, connection, and empowerment. Yet many people don't know that God speaks their language. When the Bible is translated, people encounter God personally; indigenous churches thrive; and communities access tools for health and self-development. Join us for stories of transformation and development and hear how you can participate in this global movement.

  • First Things First: Steps to Engaging in Apologetics & Conversational Evangelism

    With George Simopoulos
    in Cedar

    It can be intimidating to share the gospel with friends when you feel unready to respond to questions they raise. The great thing is that there are answers out there. In this workshop, you will learn where to find answers to difficult questions and learn conversational tactics that will help you navigate discussions about the gospel.

4:00 PM

Dec 31
  • No Trust, No Discipleship

    With Kristen Bonney
    in Maple

    Have you ever tried to share Jesus with someone who responded with hostility? It's likely the conversation was missing a key ingredient: trust. Building relationships based on mutual understanding and appreciation is so key to sharing your faith with integrity. Join Kristen, from MoveIn, as she shares the joys and challenges of developing genuine friendships with her neighbours. Come prepared to workshop ideas and learn together.

  • Praying for the Least Reached

    With Jay
    in Linden

    There are many people in the world who do not yet know Christ, but there is a subsection of that group of people that have extra barriers preventing them from hearing the gospel. Sometimes the challenges include being able to access them and engage them in their contexts due to potential violence or isolation. Come listen to some stories about the reality of unreached people groups in today’s landscape and pray for these people and for more labourers.

  • Helping Your Friends Journey Toward Jesus

    With Felix Chan
    in Cedar

    Effective evangelism in our culture is more of a process than a one-time event. Based on the book I Once Was Lost, this workshop will introduce you to a helpful paradigm for discerning where others are at in relation to faith and how to encourage them towards Jesus.

  • “I’m Struggling to Reconcile the Concept of a Loving Church with the Racism I’m Experiencing.”


    in Spruce

    In this discussion-based workshop, you will have the opportunity to engage with 9 other students with similar experiences. This is a space to share your experience and learn from each other. Sharing honestly and listening with empathy, we will invite the Holy Spirit to guide us in our next steps. Space will be limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.

  • But Seek First His Kingdom: Why Understanding Who God is Impacts How We Interact with the World Around Us

    With George Simopoulos
    in Chestnut West

    The person and work of Jesus has transformed individuals throughout history to change the world for the better. By hearing the stories of key figures in history who have changed the world with the power of the gospel, we will explore what inspired these faithful people and think about how we can change the world with that same power.

  • Leading Me: Tips to Help Self-Awareness and Self-Leadership

    With Charlotte Martin
    in Chestnut East

    Author Steve Brown says: "Your most important and most challenging leadership assignment looks back at you in the mirror every morning. It’s you." This workshop will explore principles of leading yourself well and growing in self awareness.

7:00 PM

Dec 31
  • New Year’s Eve Party


    in Grand Ballroom Centre, Osgoode East, Sheraton Hall

    Tragedy and devastation have hit our once joyful new years eve party! There. Has. Been. A. Great. Crime. The suspects are at large and roaming our conference. It’s up to us to find them, the object, and the room it took place in (got the CLUE?). Was it the DJ in the mini-stick hockey tournament room with the sword of the Spirit? How about a staff member in the karaoke room with a selfie stick they found at the insta-worthy photo booth? And if mysteries are not your thing come anyways for the board games, video games, and a vague large scale fun thing. Did we also mention it will be fun?