Adults

Money Talks$

Money Talks.  A free, informal, online discussion group to exchange ideas and unbiased financial information.   7:00-8:30 p.m. first Wednesday of the month, September to June. 

Moderator Roger Strong is not affiliated with any financial institution.  Pre-register, email bpreyde@aurorapl.ca for zoom details.

October 7th, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
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Reconnecting with your Profession in Canada

Have you recently immigrated to Canada and want to connect with your profession?

During this workshop you will learn about:

• Steps to take to be eligible to work in Canada

• Local resources and services available for skilled immigrants

• Mentoring programs

• Bridging programs

• Credential assessment & Accreditation services

Facilitator: Vanessa McBride, Employment Mentoring Coach.

In partnership with Seneca TRIEC Mentoring Partnership.

Zoom details to follow. 

November 18th, 1:30pm to 2:30pm
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Reconnecting with your Profession in Canada

Have you recently immigrated to Canada and want to connect with your profession?

During this workshop you will learn about:

• Steps to take to be eligible to work in Canada

• Local resources and services available for skilled immigrants

• Mentoring programs

• Bridging programs

• Credential assessment & Accreditation services

Facilitator: Vanessa McBride, Employment Mentoring Coach.

In partnership with Seneca TRIEC Mentoring Partnership.

Zoom details to follow. 

October 21st, 10:30am to 11:30am
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Have you recently immigrated to Canada and want to connect with your profession?

During this workshop you will learn about:

• Steps to take to be eligible to work in Canada

• Local resources and services available for skilled immigrants

• Mentoring programs

• Bridging programs

• Credential assessment & Accreditation services

Facilitator: Vanessa McBride, Employment Mentoring Coach.

In partnership with Seneca TRIEC Mentoring Partnership.

Zoom details to follow. 

Repeats every month on November on the third Wednesday until Wed Nov 18 2020 .
October 21st, 10:30am to 11:30am
November 18th, 10:30am to 11:30am
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Repeats

Addressing M'Ikmaw History in the novel N'In D'la Owey Innklan: Mi'kmaq Sojourns in England

Indigenous peoples are too often expected to be pre-modern in outlook and to focus on the local rather than the international. And yet Native peoples have been adapting to modernity since the first contact. This historical novel focuses on the Mi'kmaq people of the Atlantic coast, whose histories are seldon addressed in Canadian history. Lecture followed by Q&A.

September 30th, 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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Fast-Tracking Our Techno-Future: The Unanticipated Effect of COVID-19

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has begun provoking changes and developments in society, many of which involve the use of Artificial Intelligence, data science and technology. What are the implications of this fast-tracked digital transformation? What will the post-pandemic future hold in store? Lecture followed by Q&A.

Presented by Amanda Turnbull, PhD Candidate, Law.

September 16th, 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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Back to School Prep: Strategies to Help Your Kids Succeed in Math and Promote Family Literacy

Learn about early predictors of literacy achievement and approaches to literacy and math to help engage children of all ages in meaningful opportunities for listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing and representing through daily routines and activities. Lecture followed by Q&A.

Presented by Dr. Karen A. Krasny (PhD), Professor, Language and Literacy and Dr. Tina Rapke, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education.

 

September 23rd, 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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