Peace in Conflict? – Mr. Abdu Murray, J. D.

Peace in Conflict? – Mr. Abdu Murray, J. D.

April 17, 2024, 12h00-13h30

The impact of global conflicts have given rise to increased uncertainty and fear. Three aspects of human experience arise from conflict: cries of Sorrow arising from loss, demands for Justice, and questions about Love in the face of seeming indifference to our suffering. Abdu Murray explains how ancient wisdom can resolve all three aspects of conflict in a way that brings peace that defies our circumstances.

Politics, Faith and Human Rights – MP Garnett Genuis

Politics, Faith and Human Rights – MP Garnett Genuis

February 29, 2024

MP Genuis has served in roles involving foreign affairs and human rights since he was elected in 2015. His motivation comes from the lessons of an important Holocaust survivor. He will speak about his current work in Parliament, sharing how his family and faith have influenced his work.

Canadian Agriculture: a Force for Food, a Force for Good – Mr. Ian Ross

Canadian Agriculture: a Force for Food, a Force for Good – Mr. Ian Ross

May 17, 2023

Canada’s Role: Feeding the World while Saving the Planet

Due to a myriad of forces and global disruptions, food insecurity has expanded in recent years and currently impacts almost 10% of the world’s population. Feeding the world’s growing population is a significant undertaking and challenge, especially as we embrace the need to be excellent stewards of the environment and align increased production of digestible protein with lower emissions and maximized carbon sequestration.

Already one of the most sustainable producers of meat, milk and eggs globally, Canada must continue to improve its production efficiency resulting in even greater sustainability and increased, cost effective production in order to meet the growing need for food and more specifically, digestible protein around the world.

Making Headlines – Mr. Michael Suderman

Making Headlines – Mr. Michael Suderman

April 9, 2019

We live in a time when public failure often leads to defamation. Misdeeds, whether past or present, start trending in social media headlines. Apologies are minimized and dismissed out of skepticism and distrust. In such a toxic environment, is it even possible to become agents of reconciliation and restoration? If so, how?