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Global Ivey Day Toronto CELEBRATION 2024
May 9, 202410:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
We’re celebrating Ivey’s 15th Global Ivey Day Celebration at Chefs Hall conveniently located downtown with easy access to the PATH, TTC and Union Station. Come together with hundreds of fellow alumni and classmates to eat, drink and network. This is the largest of the Global Ivey Day events with 60+ classes represented annually. Registration: $55 plus HST – Single Ticket Tickets are limited so don't miss out! Registration includes access to the event, coat/bag check, three drink tickets and many food options from the various special food vendors on site. All registrants will also receive a 15% discount code for the Ivey Trading Company in the registration confirmation! The Ivey Trading Company is the official Ivey Business School merchandise source. It carries a wide range of merchandise including apparel, jewellery, accessories, office and giftware.
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Absolut Empire's Ball - Season 5 Grand Finale
May 9, 202410:30 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
The final three houses will battle it out in the grand finale, held at the stunning Great Hall - This is where it all comes down to the wire, and the grand prize of $10,000 is up for grabs! Come and witness the glitz, glamour, and pure talent that the Absolut Empire’s Ball has to offer. Don't miss your chance to be a part of history in the making - get your tickets now! Competing houses: Ni Haus: Ni Haus decided it was their mission to represent Season 5 as the first ever all-Asian Drag Haus to dominate the competition. Phoenix Black, Destiny Doll, Star, and Lena. House of UTI (Uniquely Talented Individuals): With the renowned dancing diva Makayla Couture, the sweatiest clown in Toronto Rosacea Cheeks, returning Empire’s Ball Champion Jelly, international club kid Bleu, and a face so white you’ll need to wear sunglasses Twinklet! House of Venom: The House of Venom isn't just a name; it's a symbol of their collective poison, injecting the drag scene with a potent blend of innovation, wit, and unapologetic fabulousness. Nasty, Vyper, Zi, and Midas. Helena Poison and Ivory Towers will be your charismatic hosts for the evening, with judges Allysin Chaynes, Lizzie Tattoo, Prince Manny Dingo, and Mojo Toronto helping to determine which house will reign. You get to have a say too! You'll have the power to cheer on your favourite with the fan vote portion of each House score. All ticket costs are a donation. No Refunds. If the amount is a barrier to attending please contact [email protected] or [email protected] BENEFICIARIES All proceeds from tickets will be donated to The 519 and Rainbow Railroad. The 519 is committed to the health, happiness and full participation of the 2SLGBTQ+ communities. A City of Toronto agency with an innovative model of Service, Space and Leadership, they strive to make a real difference in people’s lives, while working to promote inclusion, understanding and respect. Rainbow Railroad is a global not-for-profit organization that helps at-risk LGBTQI+ people get to safety worldwide. Based in the United States and Canada, they’re an organization that helps 2SLGBTQ+ people facing persecution based on their sexual orientation, gender identity and sex characteristics. SPONSORS Absolut Vodka For 35 years, Absolut has been proud to stand behind the 2SLGBTQ+ community, championing equal love for all. We believe that mixing people and perspectives creates connections that can change the world. The Great Hall The Great Hall is a premier event destination in the heart of Toronto's West End. From the red brick facade to the smallest interior details, it is a revitalized piece of living history that brings Victorian style into the 21st century across four distinctive venues.
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Acid Jazz Vol.5
May 9, 202411:30 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
19+ Davie Studios Presents: Acid Jazz Vol.5 ft. D2X Acid Jazz is a series celebrates the styles of improvisation that we love in HipHop & Jazz. For Volume 5 we will have D2X joining us from Chicago! Stopping by on his tour for his newly released album "Hotel 1105" that was produced with none other than Zander Miller (alto saxophone)! The night will feature reimagined HipHop classics, as well as some original music from D2X. It will a night to remember! DOORS AT 7:30PM
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Community + Connection
May 9, 202410:30 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Join The Forum for an evening of community and connection as we explore ‘How Businesses Are Using AI—And How Yours Can Too!’ At The Forum, we believe in supporting self-identifying women, trans-femme and non-binary entrepreneurs to activate capital to grow their business; we provide financial, wisdom, community capital and much more. Our mission is to ensure every woman entrepreneur can experience the advantage of having a committed, supportive, and connected community, championing you every step of the way. At this year’s Community and Connection Event in Toronto, we are thrilled to bring together inspiring entrepreneurs and supporters who make up our incredible community, for a night of unlocking wisdom and community capital through connection and discussion. Small bites and drinks will be provided as you: - Meet new peers and grow your network - Discover how AI can unlock business growth opportunities - Learn how fellow entrepreneurs are adopting AI in day-to-day business - Connect with The Forum team, community, champions, supporters, and more - Learn how The Forum builds a deeply supportive community for women entrepreneurs to help them thrive Do you know someone who would love to attend? We're always excited to meet new community members and would be thrilled to welcome any of your guests What to expect 6:30 pm Doors Open 6:45 - 7: 00 pm Community, Connection & Networking 7 :00 - 7:40 pm How Businesses Are Using AI—And How Yours Can Too! Join Sarah Resendes Amaya as she shares different ways you can adopt AI in business along with tapping into the wisdom capital of the community 7 :45 - 9:00 pm Community Connection & Networking * Please note that exact timing is subject to change Ticket Availability: Tickets are free and available on a first come first serve basis. Please note if tickets sell out we encourage you to register to join the waitlist. Who is The Forum? The Forum unlocks education, wisdom, financial, and social capital for self-identified women, non-binary and transfemme entrepreneurs at scale. As a national Canadian charity, we tailor to the unique needs of women and provide them with education, mentorship and a radically supportive community, to see them thrive and to transform our economy. We were founded in 2002 and for the past 22 years, we’ve expanded our reach across provinces and been able to support over 15,000 women entrepreneurs, so they could take their businesses to the next level. We also have over 25,000+ connections in Canada through our network of mentors, supporters, alumnae, donors, sponsors and more. That’s what motivates us every single day to keep growing our educational, mentorship and community initiatives. The Community + Connection Event is funded in part through the Women's Entrepreneurship Strategy administered by Innovation, Science and Economic Development.
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Global Conference on Sexual Health, Reproductive Rights, and Gender Equity
May 7, 20241:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Global Conference on Sexual Health, Reproductive Rights, and Gender Equity in Refugee and Humanitarian Crises Join us for an inspiring event that brings together experts, activists, and policymakers to address the pressing issues of sexual health, reproductive rights, and gender equity in refugee and humanitarian crises. The “Global Conference on Sexual Health, Reproductive Rights, and Gender Equity in Humanitarian Crises” provides a unique platform to address the key issues related to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and gender equity in refugee and humanitarian settings through fostering collaboration, sharing knowledge, and advocating for change. The Conference seeks to address a critical need in the field of humanitarian response. Amidst crises and conflicts, individuals affected often face compromised sexual health and reproductive rights, and significant gender disparities. This conference aims to assemble key stakeholders from various sectors to engage in dialogue, share knowledge, and propose actionable solutions to tackle these challenges, ultimately restoring dignity, rights, and access to sexual and reproductive health services. This hybride conference is scheduuled for May 7th - 10th, 2024 and will take place at 237 Sackville Street, Toronto, ON, Canada. By uniting key stakeholders, this conference aims to create a positive impact, leading to improved sexual health, reproductive rights, and gender equity in humanitarian crises worldwide. Together, we can build bridges and restore dignity for those affected by crises. Join us in May 2023 to make a difference. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of the global movement for change. Register now! For more information, visit the conference website to learn more about the event. Important! Ensure you receive timely updates and important information about the Global Conference on Sexual Health, Reproductive Rights, and Gender Equity in Humanitarian Crises! Add our email addresses [email protected] and [email protected] to your email contacts or address book to prevent any conference-related emails from ending up in your spam folder. You can also contact us on +1 416 576 9164 (Whatsapp) Additionally, please always copy [email protected] on all your email correspondences with us. After you have registered, make sure to regularly check your spam folder for any conference related emails that could have ended up in spam. Stay connected and stay informed!
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T.O. the Good Swap: May Edition
May 7, 202410:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
T.O. the Good Swap is a monthly clothing exchange for all genders, all bodies, and all ages. Love clothes and the planet? Then you'll love this event... __________________________________________________________________________ We've got three swaps happening this month! This one, at the Centre for Social Innovation, one on May 14 to celebrate the opening of Paprika Festival, and one on May 25 at the 519! See you at one, or all of them! __________________________________________________________________________ HOW IT WORKS 1. Drop Stop at the welcome area with up to 10 items of preloved clothing, footwear, jewelry, and accessories in good condition (a.k.a laundered and folded, no rips, stains, used undies or socks). 2. Swap Find some thing(s) you love and try it/them on in the Centre for Social Innovation’s gender-neutral (and mirror-filled!) bathrooms. 3. Keep Take what you want home with you. We ask that you to limit the amount you take home to a similar amount to what you brought. Remember: it's not about how much you get, it's about how much you'll wear it! 4. Share Tag @t.o.thegoodswap to share your finds with the world. Sign up for our mailing list to find out when the next swap is! Check out our FAQ page! __________________________________________________________________________ OUR MISSION Eliminate textile waste in Toronto and champion ethical and sustainable fashion practices globally by encouraging participation in the conscious fashion movement through swap events, advocacy, and education. Our mission differs from service organizations such as clothing banks which provide access to free or low-cost clothing for those in need of it. This list of clothing banks in Toronto may be useful if you are looking for these services. __________________________________________________________________________ WHY SWAP? By swapping instead of shopping (or dumping your clothes at a thrift store), you’re participating in the circular economy, keeping clothing out of landfills, saving money, updating your wardrobe, avoiding unethical fast fashion and resource depletion, and sharing with a community of likeminded people… and sharing feels good. All the sweet haul dopamine, none of the ethical dilemma! Learn more about the fashion industry and how to care for clothing you truly no longer need on our Resources page. __________________________________________________________________________ COMMUNITY GUIDELINES Be nice to each other. Respect physical boundaries. Remember it's just clothes. Ten items or less. Please be respectful of our ten item limit! Check your items: no holes, no stains, missing parts, clean, and ready to be loved by someone new. Wash your items in scent-free soap and fold them before attending. Respect physical boundaries. Don’t hoard. Try things on as you go so others can check them out if you decide not to keep them. Don’t hover. Please keep the drop-off table clear and let volunteers place the items before looking through them. Don’t use the swap as a dumping ground. The end-of-life care of your textiles is your responsibility. You bought it, you bury it.* Don’t take to sell. Please take items that you or someone you personally know will wear. Don’t do stuff that makes us have to write any more community guidelines. *Don't actually bury it. 85% of textile waste ends up in landfills each year. Fine print: *We don’t take responsibility for garments donated and swapped and accept no liability for any claim or loss resulting from any transaction taking place at the event.* Swap at your own risk: The swap is a high traffic event, and the opportunity for germs and pests to spread is elevated. We ask that swappers always wash their clothing in scent-free soap before a swap and only attend if they are in good health, but please be advised that we cannot guarantee the conditions of items at - or outcomes of - the swap. Take precautions: wear a face mask, use hand sanitizer, and wash your items when you get home! Check out our FAQ page for more info. __________________________________________________________________________ VENUE & ACCESSIBILITY Centre for Social Innovation Annex: 720 Bathurst Street The ground floor of CSI Annex is fully accessible for mobility devices. Guests will enter through the south-east door – the entrance is equipped with a lift. __________________________________________________________________________ LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TTGS takes place on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinaabe, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Tkaronto (Toronto) is covered by Treaty 13 signed with the Mississaugas of the Credit, and the Williams Treaties signed with multiple Mississaugas and Chippewa bands. We are grateful to make use of this space and hope to learn from, and integrate, Indigenous knowledge and values into these events. __________________________________________________________________________ OUR VENUE PARTNER The Centre for Social Innovation The Centre for Social Innovation is a hub for people working for people and planet. With two co-working, meeting room and events locations in downtown Toronto and member programming, they’re a perfect place find space, make connections, and make impact. We’re very, very happy to host our swaps at CSI! Wanna be a pal? Message us to talk about partnering and sponsorship! __________________________________________________________________________ MORE QUESTIONS? Check out our FAQ page!
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FOLA Spring Plenary 2024
May 8, 202411:30 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
The Federation of Ontario Law Associations (FOLA) represents Ontario's 46 county and district law associations, and through them, their members. This event page is for registrants for FOLA's Spring plenary, which will be held at the Doubletree Hotel in Toronto, Ontario from May 8 to May 10, 2024. Please direct questions to [email protected].
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Urban Forest Bathing
May 5, 20242:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Ready to slow down and experience the serenity of nature amidst the city's hustle? Let certified forest therapy guide, Emma Rooney, from Blooming Caravan, take you on a sensory adventure to discover the 401 Richmond rooftop garden. This is your chance to recharge your mind, body, and spirit with a unique “nature prescription.” Expect to move a little more slowly, to take time to notice all our non-human city neighbours, and to tune into nature's vibrant pulse humming above the city. End the experience with your new friends with an exclusive opportunity to see our Toronto Gone Wild exhibition. What is "forest bathing"? Here is an excerpt from Ontario Parks: "Forest bathing, forest therapy, or Shinrin-yoku, was developed in Japan in the 1980s. The idea is that when humans spend time in a natural setting, especially under the canopy of a forest, they experience rejuvenating benefits to the mind, body and spirit. This is not a novel concept. Traditionally people sought the restorative benefits of the forest as part of their everyday life." Check out what these sources have to say about forest bathing. Time Magazine, National Geographic, Association of Nature & Forest Therapy. Let the 401 Richmond rooftop garden be your urban oasis and find out why you don't have to leave the city to reconnect with nature. Meet Your Guide Emma Rooney is a certified forest therapy guide with the Association of Nature & Forest Therapy. "I’ve been fortunate to work with many innovative urban organizations, from the High Park Children’s Garden to Greenest City in Parkdale and Ecosource in Mississauga. As a community programmer, I’ve enjoyed using my skills to support diverse populations and age groups with getting involved in important environmental and social justice issues. I’m the horticultural therapy practitioner at Copernicus Lodge Long-Term Care and a volunteer at the High Park Nature Centre. I’m also a certified forest therapy guide with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy." She is the founder of Blooming Caravan, an organization built on the idea that aging at home can be graceful, playful, and meaningful. Explore the experiences offered by Blooming Caravan here. About the Museum of Toronto We are Toronto's city museum. We offer experiences that tell the histories of Toronto. Enjoy our programming in our downtown exhibition space, throughout the city, and online. Museum of Toronto is Getting Toronto, Together. We are made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith. What is Toronto Gone Wild? Toronto Gone Wild is our latest exhibition. Toronto Gone Wild explores the city as a multi-layered habitat — starring the animals, plants, and insects that call Toronto home. You will venture through different Torontonian terrains from city streets to burrows, hives, and nests, all seamlessly woven together in our downtown exhibition space. See for yourself just how much we share with our animal neighbours in the struggle for food, housing, and community. You may have more in common with that white squirrel at Trinity Bellwoods than you think. Accessibility The 401 Richmond Building is accessible to people in wheelchairs and with walking aids. An elevator can take attendees to the rooftop and to accessible-certified washrooms. Museum of Toronto's exhibition is also designed to be navigated by people with wheelchairs and assistive walking devices. Email us at [email protected] if you have any accessibility needs - we'd love to accommodate you and offer more details on the accessibility of the building.
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Toronto Indie Author Conference 2024
May 4, 20241:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Join us for an exciting gathering of indie authors in the heart of Toronto! This in-person event is a fantastic opportunity to connect with fellow writers, learn from industry experts, and gain valuable insights into the world of independent publishing. Whether you're a seasoned author or just starting out, the Toronto Indie Author Conference 2024 offers a range of informative workshops and engaging panel discussions. Discover new strategies for marketing your books, explore innovative self-publishing techniques, and get insider tips on building your author brand. Expand your network and make lasting connections with like-minded authors who share your passion for storytelling. Connect with professionals from our faculty for small group mentor sessions to take your writing career to the next level. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant indie author community of Toronto and beyond. Join us at the Toronto Indie Author Conference 2024 and take your writing journey to new heights! Follow our Facebook Page or subscribe to our newsletter for more updates. Join our Facebook Group to talk about the conference with other authors. Admission: One ticket, two days of programming! Admission is just $60 a day, $120 for the weekend. Taxes (collected by Pdb Sales) and fees (Eventbrite) extra. Want to reduce Eventbrite fees? Please complete registration through Eventbrite and send exact amount including taxes ($136.79) to paypal.me/PDBSalesInc Speakers: Eva Chase is an Amazon top 100 bestselling author of fantasy and paranormal romance. She grew up on a steady diet of magic, mayhem, and romantic angst, and brings plenty of all three to her stories. Eva is a life-long Canadian and lives in Toronto with her husband, kids, and one very snuggly cat. She also writes gritty contemporary romance as Eva Chance. Tao Wong is a Canadian author based in Toronto, with series in the LitRPG and xianxia science fiction and fantasy markets. He has over five different series spanning a wide range of worlds, with works in audio, paperback, hardcover and ebook formats and translations to German, Spanish, Portuguese and other languages. Becca Syme (MATL) is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and has been coaching success alignment for more than a decade. She is the author of the Quitbooks for Writers series and the popular Write Better-Faster course. She also writes mystery novels in her spare time and lives on one of the thousand lakes in Minnesota. Mark Leslie Lefebvre is a writer with over three decades of experience in the publishing and bookselling industry. He is the former Director of Self Publishing and Author Relations for Rakuten Kobo, the former president of the Canadian Booksellers Association, and a previous board member of BookNet Canada. Mark thrives on innovation, particularly in relation to digital publishing and new technologies he continues to mentor authors and publishers in writing and publishing opportunities under his Stark Publishing and Stark Reflections brands. Genevieve Clovis is a self-published author, an editor, and writing coach. She specializes in developmental editing speculative fiction novels for indie authors. Genevieve’s debut novel, Tea and the Transcendent, is an urban fantasy novel in stories. She also owns a secondhand bookstore in Toronto, ON and hosts a variety of online writer’s groups. Michael Chatfield is an international bestseller who lives to create character-driven stories set in fact-paced worlds. His main genres are Fantasy, Science Fiction, and LitRPG, but he enjoys adding enough realism to make the stories leap off the page. Sylvia Frost is an author and award winning book cover designer who lives with her husband and daughter in Chicago, IL. She has designed thousands of covers for New York Times Best Sellers and newbie authors alike. Her favorite thing about the indie world is the revolutionary spirit and supportive community. She loves that it’s her job to help people take control of their destiny and publishing dreams and make them real. Melissa Storm is an industry veteran with more than 13 years experience under her belt. She currently juggles four active pen names (including Molly Fitz, Luna Ryder, and SK Prince) and also serves as CEO and lead Facebook ads consultant for Novel Publicity. Her client list includes multiple NYT and Amazon top 100 bestselling authors in a variety of genres. Melissa has a particular fondness for #whychoose, lives in Alaska, and really likes cats. Stephen Kotowych is a writer, anthologist, and podcaster who is winner of the Writers of the Future Grand Prize, Spain’s Ictineu Award, and a two-time finalist for the Prix Aurora Award, Canada’s highest prize for SF. His stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and been translated into a dozen languages. He is the editor and publisher of the Year’s Best Canadian Fantasy and Science Fiction series and spent 15 years in the Canadian publishing industry before going freelance. Robin Siegerman is a 4-time One Voice Award Nominee and an Earphones Award winning narrator. She has narrated over 60 books with a particular love for historical fiction, and also does voiceovers for documentaries, commercials, corporate explainers, e-Learning and dubbing. In her former life, she was an internationally published and award-winning interior designer and author of a kitchen renovation book. She has been a keynote speaker at numerous conferences, annual meetings, and a presenter for corporate training events, video training and a frequent guest on HGTV and radio. She is a passionate dog rescuer and new Glamma. Senn Annis draws on a decade of stage performance experience as an award winning circus aerialist to create memorable characters and stirring vocal performances. She has worked with both traditional publishers and Indie authors to create an extensive portfolio of more than 100 audiobooks and had also produced an award winning multicast of an Agatha Christie novel. She is particularly drawn to coming-of-age stories, and YA, and Fantasy. Melissa Yi could slice your throat and sew it back up again. Legally. Because she’s an emergency doctor. Her heroine, resident Dr. Hope Sze, leaps from fixing ingrown toenails to solving full-blown murders. Melissa won the 2023 Derringer Award for the best short mystery in the English language and the Prix Aurora Award for the best speculative poem in Canada. She lives with her family, including two rescue dogs, in Eastern Ontario. Sessions: Embracing All Your Publishing Options To Maximize Your Revenue Speaker: Mark Leslie Lefebvre Writers have never had more opportunity and options than ever before in the history of publishing. When it comes to earning revenue as an author, writing and publishing a book is just one of many ways to earn money. What are the various ways an author can maximize their revenue, forge multiple income streams, and effectively exploit their IP to gain the most benefit from their earning potential? Seven Productivity Myths and Why You Should Stop Believing Them Speaker: Becca Syme When people throw around advice about productivity, there are some old staples that don’t actually apply to everyone. The goal of this session is to deconstruct how to apply advice to you as an individual, and to help you have a sustainable author career. Marketing Strategy 101 Speaker: Tao Wong Marketing Strategy for Authors is designed to illuminate the process of developing a marketing strategy as an author in the 21st century. It provides a high level, strategic overview of the components of a comprehensive marketing plan that is flexible, focused and uniquely tailored to an author’s writing career. Writing What You Love To Market Speaker: Eva Chase If you’ve spent much time in the indie publishing world, you’ve probably heard the phrase “write to market” as a key strategy for success. It’s often presented as the opposite of writing what you love, but what if you can do both? This workshop will give you proven techniques for reaching broader audiences while keeping the joy of writing. The Anatomy of a Best-Selling Book Cover Speaker: Sylvia Frost What is the difference between a pretty piece art and a best-selling book cover? From composition, to trends, to how to get the illusive “pop”, award-winning book cover designer, Sylvia Frost of The Book Brander, uncovers the secrets of book cover design. What Indie Authors Need to Know about Editing Speaker: Genevieve Clovis Editing is an important part of the publishing process, but it can be difficult to know where to start. This presentation will teach indie authors everything they need to know to get started with an editor. It will provide an explanation of the different types of editing, what each type entails, where to find editors, and how to figure out which editor is right for their project. Stuck, Blocked, or Burned Out? Speaker: Becca Syme Everyone’s tossing around the B-word lately. Burnout. And some of us feel a physical recoil when we see that word, so we might be afraid to think about or talk about times when we’re not writing, for fear of someone using that B-word. But there are lots of reasons we might not be writing, and some of them are even about another b-word… beneficial. So come to this talk and learn, when might not-writing be good for me? How to Master Facebook Ads Strategy Speaker: Melissa Storm The market is constantly changing. Tech is always changing too. This is why it’s so important to master strategy rather than simply learning tactics. We’ll discuss major roadblocks and how to navigate a new path for success with Facebook ads. Create an Additional Revenue Stream with Audiobooks Speaker: Robin Siegerman and Senn Annis Talk all things audiobooks with narrators Robin Siegerman and Senn Annis! They’ll walk you through the process of how to have an audiobook produced,
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Artcell Live in Toronto - May 04, 2024
May 4, 202410:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Artcell Live in Toronto 🎤 The legendary Bangla Rock Band ARTCELL is going to hit the Toronto stage for the first time ever an one-of-a-kind concert experience like never before! 🎤 Join us for an electrifying night of headbanging and soulful melo with Artcell! Get ready to rock at the Toronto Pavilion, located at 190 Railside Road, North York, Toronto, ON, Canada. This in-person event promises a one of the most iconic bands in the music industry. 🎟️ Secure your spot now with Early Bird Tickets! Mark your calendars and get ready to be blown away by the magic of Artcell! See you there!
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STAND UP COMEDY SPECIAL: WOULD YOU RATHER EDITION!
May 4, 202411:30 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
"Would You Rather Stand-Up Comedy Show" - the first of its kind to blend the hilarity of stand-up comedy with the thrill of Would You Rather questions! Join us for an unforgettable night where comedians will tackle the toughest Would You Rather dilemmas while delivering their signature brand of side-splitting humor. Get ready to laugh till you cry as they navigate through absurd scenarios and outrageous choices, leaving you entertained and pondering life's most bizarre questions! Headliner: Nitish Sakhuja as seen on JFL, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, and many more. Host: Jabar Bains as seen on CRAVE and NETFLIX: (Follow on Instagram @Jabar.Bains and message for any questions!) Featuring: Nathan Alex Yoram Karlie Aaron Aditya Khaldoun Curry Darren Cost: $12 online, $15 at the door!
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Opensecret x IRLY Presents: Love @ Tha Function
May 4, 202411:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
“Love at Tha Function” is a hilarious live reality show where the fate of contestants are left to the audience. The show starts with a simple premise: 6 daters are casted to go on a blind first date with 1 single contestant. Daters go through a series of rounds where they’ll be questioned until we’re left with 1 dater. The show is a unique blend of drama, laughs, romance, twists and a night to remember and talk about for weeks.Hosted by the dynamic duo of comedians Mucho TV and Brian Opoku, the show fearlessly explores a variety of topics. It's not a passive viewing experience; cohost Brian Opoku ensures that the audience is fully engaged through interactive moments. But the excitement doesn't end when the curtain falls! After the show, the party continues with an exclusive afterparty, where attendees have the chance to find their own "love at the function." 👀
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Cover Me Urban - Rexdale
May 2, 202410:30 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Cover Me Urban - Rexdale Youth Without Shelter – commonly known as ‘YWS’ – is a charity offering shelter and support for youth facing homelessness in the GTA. Since our founding in 1986, we have been providing client-focused services in a non-judgmental environment for youth aged 16 – 24. Located in North Etobicoke, we are a house where a youth’s culture and needs are understood, and where each youth can receive shelter, one-on-one guidance, mental health and wellness supports, and training, through our wrap-around model of programming. Toronto is recognized as one of the most diverse cities in the world. Over 250 ethnicities and 180 languages are represented here. For the past 9 years, Cover Me Urban has been a celebration of our diversity. We come together for a special night to celebrate the culture-rich neighbourhoods of Toronto for an electric evening of urban sights and sounds. We sample street foods prepared by local Toronto Chefs, enjoy visual arts, music and entertainment, all while supporting and bringing awareness to youth within our city who struggle with the realities of homelessness. While celebrating our diversity, CMU fundraising events have always represented different cultures and communities by having “neighbourhoods” in our venues to embody the spirit of Toronto. Each year, Cover Me Urban takes inspiration from one of our cultural neighbourhoods of Toronto. We aim to explore and learn about our communities while raising awareness to the thousands of youth within them who struggle to find a safe place to call home. Last year, for our first stop in our Neighbourhood Series, we looked back to our roots, exploring the original neighbourhood and meeting place on this land – Tkaronto. Working alongside First Nations, knowledge holders, artists, and organizations within our community, “CMU – Tkaronto, The Original Meeting Place” was a collaborative celebration of the origins of our city – the original meeting place. Our next stop in our Neighbourhood Series takes us a bit closer to home where we’ll be celebrating the Community of Rexdale! Home to YWS for over 35 years, Rexdale is known for its diversity and resilience, making it a great example of the strength that can be found in local communities when people come together to support one another. Rexdale is a remarkable and culturally diverse community, where residents from all corners of the world come together to create a rich and vibrant mosaic. The strength of Rexdale lies in its unity, celebrating a blend of traditions, languages, and customs. At the heart of Rexdale's vitality are its youth - a strong, inspiring generation who embraces their heritage while working to shape a brighter future for not only themselves but their community at large. Building and supporting this local community is not just a commitment; it's a celebration of the unique talents, stories, and potential that reside within. CMU 2024 will be a celebration of resilience, growth, and hope for a better tomorrow.
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Science Formal 2024
May 2, 202410:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Get ready for an amazing night at Undergraduate Science Formal 2023! We invite you to join us in celebrating all the hard work and accomplishments of 2022-23 here at the TMU Faculty of Science. With the purchase of your ticket, you'll enjoy: Full service, 3-course dinner Open bar Music Dancing Games Photo booth This event is open to all FoS Undergraduate students and guests of these students; as a portion of the student levy is used to pay for the venue. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Ticket Prices (All prices incur a small processing fee, thanks for understanding): ** Alumni (Current 4th+ Years) - $55 Regular FoS Student - $65 Guest Ticket - $70 If you cannot attend after you purchase your ticket, please contact [email protected]. * * You must provide proof that you are graduating this year.
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Fashion Art Toronto's 1664 FASHION WEEK S/S 2024 - MAY 2
May 2, 202410:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
MAY 2 > You are on the page to purchase tickets for MAY 2 events. PROGRAM: THUR MAY. 2 RUNWAY SHOWS 6:00 DOORS OPEN 7:30 SIGNED BY DAHLIAH Presented by 1664 8:30 PRESCRIBED SHELTER 9:30 OAMA KYLE GERVACY ALI HAIDER ART EXHIBITION: 6PM - 11PM The Fashion Playground will exhibit photography, paintings, installations and illustrations from local artists including: Nick Merzetti Lindsay Anne Delaney Gates Tucker FASHION & BEAUTY RETAIL BOUTIQUE: 6PM to 10PM Situated in the Fashion Playground, the shop will retail apparel, jewellery, accessories, beauty products and more from over 25 Canadian artisans and brands including 1964 brand, Anziety, Art & Alchemy Parfume, Ballerism, Clutch-It handbags, DIFFERENT., Eliane.official, JustOne, Kali Works, Ken & Jame, Lowen Designs, Maverick Eden, MizDragonfly, MOHALA GREY, Nokubu Botanicals, Eleventwist, REPULO’S, Shop Greer Sydney Greer, STONED & GROUNDED, SUR MOI, ULA, Wicked Lovely, World of Folklore THE BOUTIQUE POP UP A luxury pop-up shop concept with a curated collection of black fashion, accessories, beauty, and lifestyle products, celebrating the rich cultural heritage and entrepreneurial spirit of black brands. ------------------------------------ MAY 3 > Purchase Tickets here MAY 4 > Purchase Tickets here MAY 5 > Purchase Tickets here Please make sure you select the correct date you wish to purchase tickets. NO REFUNDS: Once tickets have been purchased there are no refunds Guests will experience runway shows featuring contemporary, avant-garde and experiential collections from more than 40 Canadian designers as well as an entertainment-filled Fashion Playground that boasts a 1664 Bar, guest lounge, 50-foot pink carpet, endless photo opportunities, two retail pop-ups with goods from over 25 local brands and artisans, and provocative fashion-inspired art installations. Premium beer brand Kronenbourg 1664 is celebrating its first season as title partner of Fashion Art Toronto’s 1664 Fashion Week by engaging guests with chic brand activations, photo opportunities, product sampling, exciting contests and more. Wine, Beer & Cocktails Bar onsite Strike a pose for paparazzi style glam shots on the red Carpet. Delicious food available for purchase by Kanvas Visit our website for the Complete Fashion Week Schedule View our Instagram here
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MoodleMoot Canada
May 1, 202412:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Moodle Moot Canada Join us for an exciting in-person event at the York University (Accolade East Building, Keele Campus) in Toronto , ON, Canada. Moodle Moot Canada is the perfect opportunity to connect with fellow Moodle enthusiasts, share ideas, and learn from experts in the field. Immerse yourself in a vibrant community of educators, administrators, and developers who are passionate about online learning and the Moodle platform. With engaging workshops, inspiring keynote speakers, you'll leave this event with a wealth of knowledge and new connections. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to enhance your Moodle skills and be a part of the MoodleMoot Canada experience! To view the full program click HERE. View Event's Terms and Conditions here.
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Getaway with Wines of Portugal
May 1, 202410:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Come and discover the uniqueness and diversity of Portugal's vineyards at this wine tasting event! Enjoy appetizers, music and some surprises throughout the night. The many regions, grape varieties and winemaking styles of over 24 Portuguese wine producers will be showcased in a unique evening at The Well. The Portuguese producers have travelled a long way to bring the taste of their vineyards to you! You'll have the chance to taste over 200 wines available at the LCBO and private imports, as well as wines never before offered on the Ontario market. Starting at 6pm spend time with friends, make it a date night or come as you are and get the spring off to a great start! Must be legal drinking age to attend this event Please connect with Maria J Diaz at [email protected] for any questions and information you may need.
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Predictive Analytics in Marketing: Embracing AI
May 1, 202412:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Predictive Analytics in Marketing: Embracing AI About the Digital Marketing Symposium The speed of solving problems has rapidly transformed from months and years to just hours, days, and weeks. For marketers, It’s a time of excitement and anxiety. The future holds new challenges involving the interactions between humans and machines. Are you ready? With so much data at our fingertips, we must learn to harness it effectively, ethically, and efficiently. Do we trust human intuition or machine learning for predictive analytics? How do we determine our state of readiness regarding technology and our team’s ability to use it? Join us as we explore best practices for leveraging first-party data, anticipating customer needs, predicting outcomes, and harnessing them into actionable insights. Who Should Attend Brand and Strategy marketers Advertising agencies Marketing Professionals Educators Alumni Students Meet Our Speakers As Vice President of Portfolio Management at PC Optimum, Rohit Dua brings 17 years of progressive experience within Loblaws Companies Ltd. to unlock value through strategic analysis and data-driven insights. Rohit has a proven track record of success in harnessing the power of data to inform actionable strategies. He excels at translating complex information into clear, concise recommendations that directly benefit business stakeholders. Beyond their analytical prowess, Rohit is passionate about talent development. He fosters a collaborative environment where team members with diverse technical strengths can solve complex business problems with a combined pool of knowledge and skill. Fartash Haghani is an Associate Vice President of Applied AI & Data Products, known for his dynamic leadership and extensive expertise in cloud services, data management, data science and software engineering. With a proven track record at Canadian Tire, he has spearheaded ground-breaking projects, including the development of a Micro ML recommender system and innovative ML-based data products aimed at enhancing the user experience for Canadian Tire customers. Leveraging AI, his team improved the CTC loyalty program incrementally by 246% in the last three years. Before joining Canadian Tire, Fartash was the CTO and co-founder of the AI-based meditation app Mindbliss, where he led engineering and data teams to use biometric data to recommend relevant meditation content. Sonia Carreno is the President of the Interactive Advertising Bureau of Canada – the only trade association dedicated to the responsible growth of the digital advertising industry in Canada. With a career spanning almost 25 years, Sonia is a true digital veteran who has deep industry experience covering virtually every angle of the digital marketing sector. From pioneering the digital media planning landscape in the early days at Modem Media (one of the first international consultancies to enter the digital marketing space) to founding DAC Group Digital (a worldwide leading agency that found its roots in search and content services), Sonia leverages her global citizenship to maintain a sharp leading edge pushing the envelope of digital capabilities to drive results. Since 1997, Sonia’s work at top international agencies has focused on building award-winning strategies for global Fortune 500 brands such as Coca-Cola, Gillette, Heineken and General Motors just to name a few. Lia Grimberg is the Principal of Radicle Loyalty, a personalization and loyalty consulting firm. Radicle Loyalty helps clients find the root of the issue, the radicle, by analyzing data, gathering insights, and using them to personalize communications with customers. Radicle Loyalty creates marketing strategies and designs loyalty programs to correct customer behaviour and drive emotional loyalty. With 20+ years in loyalty both as a practitioner and a consultant, Lia honed her loyalty and marketing skills during her corporate career at companies such as The Bay, Loblaw, LoyaltyOne, The Home Depot, and American Express. Lia holds an MBA from The Schulich School of Business at York University. Alison Simpson is the President and CEO of the Canadian Marketing Association (CMA). She has held executive marketing roles and served as president of several marketing agencies throughout her career. She has also held executive marketing roles and led brand, digital, loyalty, data, integrated marketing and customer experience teams for top tier brands, including Holt Renfrew, Rogers Communications, and TMX Group. Prior to joining the CMA, Alison was Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Consumer Business at Key – a Canadian start-up that developed the world’s first all-digital, on-demand homeownership platform. Alison also serves on several Boards, including DCM (a publicly traded company) and the Advisory Board for the Master of Management Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Program at the Smith School of Business. Alison has also held Board Director roles for both the ICA (Institute of Communications Agencies) and NABS (National Advertising Benevolence Society) and previously served on the Board for MEC. In her “life beyond work,” Alison is an avid traveller and passionate runner. Alison has completed 63 marathons and ultras, including winning her age group in a 250km Race Across the Sahara Desert and helping to raise $100,000 for the National Advertising Benevolence Society. Alison also climbed Mt Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Alzheimer Society. Isaac White is a Principal Measurement Lead at Google, specializing in the strategic use of first-party data for marketers. He partners with clients to develop data-driven solutions that adapt to the rapidly changing digital landscape. Isaac has a proven track record at Google, Amazon, and Deloitte Consulting, where he's built data roadmaps and narratives, created analytics tools, led machine learning initiatives, and driven significant revenue growth. Isaac holds a Master of Information Systems Management from Carnegie Mellon University. Ash Andrews is an expert in Digital Marketing with 20 years of experience. He has worked as a senior in-house marketer and a consultant in the UK, USA and Canada. His credentials include working with several blue-chip brands in a variety of industries while holding senior-level leadership positions. Ash is also the Founder and President of The Andrews Groupe, a marketing consultancy that provides digital marketing solutions to a range of companies in Canada and the United States Ash has taught digital marketing for Columbia University (New York) and has guest lectured at several higher education institutions across North America. Ash has a Master's Degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he studies at the Wharton School, and is currently an Executive Doctoral Candidate at the University of Florida studying digital marketing and artificial intelligence.
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For the Love of Toronto: Talking About Our City
May 1, 202410:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Spend the evening enjoying a series of uplifting, funny, and essential talks about the city we call home. This unique set of presenters will bring the stage to life with stories of city life and love. Hear the insights, lessons and stories from creative voices that shape this city as we explore everything from housing to the arts, from dumplings to nature. Renowned restaurateur Jen Agg (owner of Grey Gardens, Rhum Corner, Cocktail Bar and more) Co-Owner of Spacing Magazine, Shawn Micallef Indigenous-design-centred architect, Matt Hickey Nationally acclaimed slam poet Dwayne Morgan Queer, mixed (Mi’kmaw/Settler) storyteller, Jennifer Alicia Leader in Canadian medicine and well-recognized media spokesperson, Dr. Danielle Martin And more! Museum of Toronto and Toronto International Festival of Authors are proud to bring this evening of storytelling to life. How do we manage our health and wellness? How can we be optimistic about housing? And do we think Jamaican Patties are the best food to represent Toronto? Hear from architects, chefs, writers, comedians, filmmakers and more speak to the themes Torontonians define as essential to their city life and love. This event is supported by the Toronto Foundation. Donations are encouraged.
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Canada International Property Show 2024, Toronto
April 27, 20242:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
From second homes to income properties, vacation homes to vacant land, hospitality properties to REITs and citizenship by Investment, come explore the best international real estate opportunities from: Canada / United States / The UAE / Mexico / Turkey / Greece / Portugal / India / Nigeria / Ghana / Malaysia / Pakistan / Bahamas/ Costa Rica/ and more! Why attend?- / Meet over 100 developers from 16 countries. All exhibitors have been pre-screened! / Enjoy unbeatable property sale offers and deals. / Get the best mortgage and financing / Receive real estate investment advice from the experts / Win exciting prizes and gifts in daily draws / Get free interior décor from selected developers. / It's 100% free to attend! To exhibit, sponsor or partner Email: [email protected] Call: +1 226 753 3552
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Math Olympiad (Grades 5-12)
April 27, 20249:00 pmVaughan, CanadaMore info
Get ready for our 2024 Math Olympiad! Whether you're exploring the world of math for the first time or have a passion for complex equations, this contest is your chance to shine. This thrilling competition is designed to challenge and inspire students from grades 5 through 12! From elegant number theory conundrums to intricate geometry puzzles, the Math Olympiad Contest offers a platform for young minds to showcase their mathematical ingenuity. Participants can look forward to tackling a range of intellectually stimulating and captivating math problems that go beyond the standard curriculum. This contest promises to test your problem-solving skills and mathematical creativity. Registration fee is $15 and includes feedback on your contest submission! All students will receive a certificate of completion (which is terrific for your CVs!) and winners will receive the famous Brain Power Olympiad trophy and a letter of reference from our dual PhD Math Olympian Dr. Susanna! 3 levels for event day (grades 5-6, 7-8, and 9+) - please purchase ticket for your child's grade level (as of September 2024)
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Toronto Fashion Network
April 27, 20245:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Toronto Fashion Network Welcome to the Toronto Fashion Network! Come join us for a day filled with fashion, fun, and networking opportunities. Connect with fellow fashion enthusiasts, designers, and industry professionals in person. This event is your chance to explore trends, showcase your style, and make valuable connections in the fashion world. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to be a part of the Toronto fashion community! 🚨 Limited Availability Alert! 🚨 With the excitement building around Toronto Fashion Network's official launch event, tickets are flying off the shelves! Don't miss your chance to be part of this exclusive gathering of industry professionals, designers, models, photographers, and fashion enthusiasts. Space is extremely limited, so secure your spot now before it's too late! Get ready to experience an unforgettable event and networking opportunities. This is one fashion event you won't want to miss! Grab your tickets now and join us as we shape the future of fashion in Toronto. Please note we can not issue any refunds. @torontofashionnetwork Founders: @msx.label / @401_clothing Partnered with: @uniqlingeries @chromaticcoco @swimweek.to @fashionweekto @mild.studios @rhouseagency
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Starting Your Business 101 with Enterprise Toronto
April 25, 20246:00 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
Owning a business is a dream for many people. Every new business starts with an idea. This interactive presentation will give an overview of how to make it happen and the opportunity to ask questions related to your business. An advisor from Enterprise Toronto will present an overview of information related to the business planning process, evaluating a business idea, financing, marketing planning, business structures, regulatory requirements, and more. Registration is encouraged. Sign up here on Eventbrite. Drop-ins welcome until room capacity is reached. For more information, contact the North York Central Library, Business, Science and Technology Department (4th floor) at 416-395-5613. Toronto Public Library is committed to accessibility. Please call or email us if you are Deaf or have a disability and would like to request an accommodation to participate in this program. Please let us know as far in advance as possible, and we will do our best to meet your request. At least three weeks' notice is preferred. Phone 416-393-7099 or email [email protected]
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OGCA's Women in Construction Event in Conjunction with CAWIC
April 25, 20249:30 pmVaughan, CanadaMore info
Our goal is to celebrate Women in Construction (WIC)and chart a path forward for women in the construction sector. While women make up about 50%of Ontario's population, the construction industry has so far attracted only a small percentage of them. The future holds immense promise for women considering a career in this dynamic field. We're here to provide our members with a platform to highlight open discussions to create successful strategies and collaborations that can potenitally drive an increase in the number of women entering in, and remaining in, the construction industry.
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Discover Rotman's Executive MBAs
April 23, 20249:30 pmToronto, CanadaMore info
We're opening our doors and inviting you to the Rotman School of Management for an unparalleled view into the One-Year Executive MBA, Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA, and Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences experience. On April 23, 2024, engage in a schedule of events designed to highlight what the Rotman School of Management has to offer and help you envision yourself as part of the vibrant Rotman Community. We are here to support this next step in your professional and personal journey, and can’t wait to welcome you on campus. If you’re unable to attend in-person, please register and indicate your interest in receiving the link for the livestream to join virtually. This event will offer you the chance to explore three distinctive professional MBA programs: One-Year Executive MBA Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences Alumni Speakers Ghazaleh Almeida (EMBA '17) Ghazaleh has over 20 years of experience in the Canadian Retail Banking sector, having spent her career at TD Bank. Two words brought her to, and have kept her at, TD —- Customer Service. She has held roles in diverse businesses and functions: Phone Channel, North American Shared Services, Operational Risk and Compliance, Product Management, Product Operations & Business Solutions, Enterprise Operations in Credit Adjudication, Marketing and Customer Acquisitions and most recently Distribution Delivery Excellence in the TD Insurance Life & Health business. Ghazaleh is known for acquiring, growing and developing talent and watching colleagues soar and take on promotional roles across the organization. She has a track record of bringing teams together to deliver initiatives with excellence and pioneering into new spaces with a sense of urgency. Ghazaleh holds a Bachelor of Science and an MBA from the University of Toronto. She documented her journey to getting an MBA in a 2019 LinkedIn publication called Dreams & Life’s Unexpected Lessons(https://shorturl.at/bghCK) Enette Pauzé (GEMBA '24) Enette is President & CEO of the World Leader Institute, a private research, education and services institute dedicated to inspiring world leaders who leave global legacies. In her private practice, she works exclusively with visionary wealth creators and inheritors. As a master facilitator, she serves as a facilitator for peer learning organizations. As a designated Family Enterprise Advisor, she serves Family Enterprises, Family Businesses, Family Offices, and Foundations who have 7G mindsets and are dedicated to stewarding 100yr+ legacies. Enette is inspired to facilitate system transformation by tackling the most impossible challenges faced by humanity. As a family matriarch, she is dedicated to raising her three young ‘Global Citizens’, who’s family roots extend across Métis, Canada, Hungary, India, and Greece. Sohail Nejat (EMBA '23) Sohail Nejat is the Director of Project Delivery at Hydro One - Canada’s largest electricity transmission and distribution utility. He is a professional engineer in the province of Ontario and has worked at Hydro One for 19 years. He is accountable for the execution and sourcing strategy of Hydro One’s growing power transmission capital work program, enabling electrification and decarbonization of the province. Sohail holds a Master of Engineering degree from the University of Waterloo and is also a 2023 Dean’s honor list graduate of the Rotman Executive MBA program. Mayoorendra (Mayo) Ravichandiran (GEMBA-HLS '22) Mayoorendra (Mayo) Ravichandiran is Associate Medical Director - Emergency Medicine, Director of the Emergency Ultrasound Program, and Emergency Physician at Scarborough Health Network. A distinguished medical professional with expertise in emergency medicine and healthcare administration, Mayo's dedication to improving healthcare systems is evident through his work and academic pursuits. Mayo holds an MD from Western University, a Master of Science in Medical Science, and an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto. * There will be photography/videography taken during this event. If you do not wish to be photographed, please let a representative know.