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Word on the Street: Writing Healthcare: Impressions from the Pandemic
with authors Dr. James Maskalyk, Dr. Vincent Lam, Bahar Orang, Dr. Kwame McKenzie
September 26, 2020
Conversation with the Governor General Julie Payette
How do you stay safe at home when you don't have one?
The real impact of the pandemic on the vulnerable.
May 27, 2020
through a health care lens
March 6, 2020
10:30 am + book signing
Trinity United Church, Cobourg
THE THIRD RAIL
ELECTRIFYING CONVERSATIONS IN HEALTH CARE
MARCH 5, 2020
10-11 AM LECTURE FOLLOWED BY BOOK SIGNING 11-11:30 AM
Auditorium, The Michener Institute of Education at UHN,
222 St. Patrick St., Toronto
Sponsored by University Health Network
Homeless and Housing Emergency
at Knights Table, (soup kitchen)
Sponsored by Peel Poverty Action Group
Thursday Feb. 6, 2020,
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
4 - 278 Glidden Road, Brampton, just east off Kennedy Road, north of Steeles.
Why are People Homeless in Toronto?
Memories of a Street Nurse with Cathy Crowe
Sunday, January 12, 2020
5:00 - 7:00 pm
BOOK LAUNCH - NOVEMBER 4, 2019
"Knapsack Full of Dreams: Cathy Crowe Book Launch and Conversation with Cathy Crowe and Judy Rebick"
Presented by The Jack Layton Chair.
Special Guests: Hannah Stahl (Nursing Students for Justice) and Roxanne Danielson (Inner City Family Health Team, Street Nurses Network, and the Shelter and Housing Justice Network).
Thomas Lounge, Oakham House, 63 Gould St.,
Free to the Public and lunch provided.
BOOK SIGNING - NOVEMBER 23, 2019
Novel Idea, 156 Princess Street, Kingston
BOOK READING - NOVEMBER 28, 2019
"Knapsack Full of Dreams: Cathy Crowe in Conversation with Myer Siemiatycki" by Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre
For more information and to RSVP, click here.
BOOK LAUNCH - Aug. 27, 2019
Live talk and discussion with tireless homeless advocate, educator, writer and recipient of the Order of Canada, Cathy Crowe, about her recently published book, A Knapsack Full of Dreams: Memoirs of a Street Nurse. Hosted at Eastminister United Church (Toronto), Cathy reads from the book—providing a window into her beginnings as a social justice nurse—followed by an intriguing conversation, alongside Anna Willats, on the difficult challenges and rewards fighting homelessness in Canada.
Special thanks to Another Story Bookshop for organizing the event.