[WATCH] The Walrus Talks Advancing Work

Supporting people and communities today to reach a thriving tomorrow

Supporting people and communities today to reach a thriving tomorrow

The Walrus Talks Advancing Work will bring together leaders to share insights and discuss opportunities for supporting workers and strengthening communities. Now is the time to share challenges and solutions across sectors, demographics, and regions so that we can collaboratively reimagine existing expectations and systems of work.

Join us in person in Toronto or via our livestream for this vibrant discussion on rethinking work. This event will showcase impactful strategies and innovative resources that we can all engage with now and in the future to ensure that we generate more possibilities and access more potential for people across Canada.


Photos of Amanda Aziz, Max Brault, Agapi Gessesse, Golnaz Golnaraghi, Samir Khan, Alexandra McCann, Paul Taylor
 

Featuring seven-minute talks from:

  • Amanda Aziz, Immigration and Refugee Lawyer, Migrant Workers Centre BC
  • Max Brault, Vice President, People & Change, BDO Canada LLP
  • Agapi Gessesse, Executive Director, CEE Centre For Young Black Professionals
  • Golnaz Golnaraghi, Founder, Accelerate her Future
  • Samir Khan, Senior Research and Evaluation Associate, Future Skills Centre
  • Alexandra McCann, Executive Director, ONSIDE
  • Paul Taylor, Executive Director, FoodShare Toronto

Supported by


2022 National Sponsors

The Walrus is proud to recognize Air Canada as our Exclusive Airline Partner

The Walrus is proud to recognize Indspire as our National Education Sponsor

The Walrus is proud to recognize Labatt Breweries of Canada as our National Sustainability Partner

The Walrus is proud to recognize Shaw as our National Events Sponsor

The Walrus

New Year, New Stories

Hello and Happy 2023!
As we start this new year, we need you now more than ever. In these uncertain times, it is crucial that reliable media remains available to everyone. That is why we depend on your support to keep our journalism accessible and independent. From the economy to political polarization, the challenges our society is facing this year are too important for half truths. At The Walrus, the future of journalism is funded by engaged citizens like you. Together, we can preserve the integrity of Canadian media and ensure that our democracy thrives. Will you join us?
With thanks,
Jennifer Hollett
Executive Director
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