Hosted by Dawn Hemingway every Tuesday at 1pm

Dawn.Hemingway@unbc.ca

Upcoming Guests

  • Dr Shannon Freeman
  • 10/31/2023-1:0
  • 10/31/2023-2:0
  • Guest: Dr Shannon Freeman www.ctaan.ca shannon.freeman@unbc.ca 250 960 5154
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  • Anjali Marshall,
  • 11/7/2023-1:0
  • 11/7/2023-2:0
  • from the BC Community Response Networks, a province-wide organization focused on addressing elder abuse as part of implementing the provincial Adult Guardianship Legislation. Anjali is the Northern Mentor and Prince George Coordinator for the BCCRN. www.bccrns.ca
  • www.bccrns.ca
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  • Shauna Prouten/ Louise Holland
  • 11/14/2023-1:0
  • 11/14/2023-2:0
  • Action for Reform of Residential Care (ARRC), Leadership Team member and Dietitian in Long Term Care. I’m hoping to also have Louise Holland, formerly Director of Long Term Care in PG, now retired and Chair of the Health Committee for COSCO (Council of Seniors Citizens Organizations of BC) and also on the Leadership Team of ARRC. Yet to confirm this one
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  • Iglika Ivanova
  • 11/21/2023-1:0
  • 11/21/2023-2:0
  • Iglika Ivanova, Senior Economist and Public Interest Researcher and Co-Director - Understanding Precarity in BC Project from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - BC Office.
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  • Tanvi Guhagarkar / Donna Flood
  • 11/28/2023-13:0
  • 11/28/2023-14:0
  • Tanvi Guhagarkar Executive Director of Northern Womens Centre empower@unbc.ca Inspiring women’s event Donna Flood Executive Director of the Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society
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  • Heather Lamb
  • 12/5/2023-13:0
  • 12/5/2023-14:0
  • Heather Lamb, Info Line Service Lead, Spinal Cord Injury BC, addressing a range of topics that may include: accessible housing, cost of housing and homecare and how to access them, CSIL, long-term care, wheelchair access in the community, transportation, advocacy, the Accessible BC Act, building codes, etc.
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  • Audrey Jun / Gordon Robertson
  • 12/12/2023-13:0
  • 12/5/2023-14:0
  • Audrey Jun, Executive Director, Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre & Registry, a province-wide organization focused on assisting primarily older adults and their families with Representation Agreements, and other planning documents. Also joining will be Gordon Robertson, who is on contract with Nidus locally in PG working especially with folks with developmental disabilities and their families.
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  • Brent Goertz
  • 12/19/2023-13:0
  • 12/5/2023-14:0
  • Brent Goertz, a local therapist who initiated the New Beginnings Men Shed (grand opening this Sunday, Nov 26th 1-4pm at 597 4th Ave, the old city carpentry shop). Brent is a longtime social worker in PG including many years working in the Emergency Dept at UHNBC. He will share information/thoughts about the Men Shed movement, it’s role, happenings in northern BC; the New Beginnings Shed here in PG, etc.
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  • No Show
  • 12/26/2023-13:0
  • 12/26/2023-14:0
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  • Dr. Theresa Healy Sharon Hurd
  • 1/2/2024-13:0
  • 1/2/2024-14:0
  • Dr. Theresa Healy, UNBC Professor & community activist, along with former host Sharon Hurd, join Dawn Hemingway reflecting on happenings in 2023 that impacted the lives of older adults along with what’s coming in 2024.
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  • Immigrant Multicultural Services Socie
  • 1/9/2024-13:0
  • 1/9/2024-14:0
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  • Marleen Morris, Co-Director, Community Development Institute (CDI)
  • 1/16/2024-13:0
  • 1/16/2024-14:0
  • Marleen Morris, Co-Director, Community Development Institute (CDI), will share information about, and potential impact of, CDI’s ongoing research initiatives related to older adults across northern BC.
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  • Jocelyn Foidart, Registered Social Worker and Police Officer in Smithers, BC
  • 1/23/2024-13:0
  • 1/23/2024-14:0
  • Dawn will be joined by Jocelyn Foidart, Registered Social Worker and Police Officer in Smithers, BC. Jocelyn will speak about her role as Smithers Situation Table Coordinator; specifically how addressing the root causes of crime can take place via the “situation table” model.
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  • Sharon Hurd will host
  • 1/30/2024-13:0
  • 1/30/2024-14:0
  • Sharon Hurd will host
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  • Action for Reform of Residential Care
  • 2/6/2024-13:0
  • 2/6/2024-14:0
  • Representatives from Action for Reform of Residential Care will share their plans and initiatives for 2024 including province-wide free webinars, meetings with provincial government representatives and preparations for the upcoming provincial election.
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  • Stephanie Sparks,
  • 2/13/2024-13:0
  • 2/13/2024-14:0
  • Stephanie Sparks, an engineering student, was one of the keynote speakers at the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women event recently held at CNC, remembering the 14 women engineering students murdered at the Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal in 1989. Stephanie will share her experiences as an engineering student and human rights advocate.
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  • Dr Shannon Freeman UNBC Nursing Professor
  • 2/20/2024-13:0
  • 2/20/2024-14:0
  • Jessica Hedrick, STOP Case Manager & Facilitator, Northern John Howard Society will speak about the work of the Northern John Howard Society with a focus on the STOP (Stop Taking it Out on your Partner) program.
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  • North Central Labour Council
  • 2/27/2024-13:0
  • 2/27/2024-14:0
  • North Central Labour Council
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