Register for the 2019 Christopher Lind Conversation Here

2019 Christopher Lind Conversation

Canada’s Future: Reaching for the Common Good

Saturday, November 2, 2019 7:00 to 9:00 PM

Church of the Holy Trinity, Trinity Square, Toronto

There is no admission charge, but all attendees are asked to register at the EventBrite website:

Before his untimely death in 2014, Christopher Lind was the Director of the Sorrento Centre in British Columbia. He was a Senior Fellow of Massey College, and had served as the Director of the Toronto School of Theology, and President of St Stephen’s College, Edmonton and St Andrew’s College in Saskatoon. His last book was entitled, Rumours of a Moral Economy.

In his memory, the Church of the Holy Trinity, Trinity Square, Toronto is launching a conversation series, the first of which will feature three panelists:

Mary Jo Leddy, the founder of Romero House for Refugees, Adjunct Professor at Regis College, Senior Fellow at Massey College, and author most recently of Why Are We Here? A Meditation on Canada

Emily Lind, is Professor of Gender, Sexuality and Women Studies at Okanogan College in Kelowna, BC, and the daughter of Christopher Lind

Armine Yalnizyan, served as Senior Economic Policy advisor for the Deputy Minister of Employment and Social Development Canada, provided weekly business commentaries on CBC radio and TV. Currently the Atkinson Foundation’s inaugural Fellow on the Future of Workers.

Joe Mihevc, Panel Moderator, former Toronto City Councillor and teaching colleague and collaborator of Christopher Lind.

Contact: Sherman Hesselgrave (416) 527-4860 shesselgrave@HolyTrinity.TO


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