Your Playbill for A Provincial Affair
Since 2006, our community engagement events have brought Edmontonians together to get informed about issues that matter to them. The events are non-partisan but the discussions are frequently political in nature. We cover a range of topics such as elections, the environment, and feminism. Each occasion provides the opportunity for attendees to engage with each other and the speakers in a safe and non-judgmental space.
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MAY 10, 2023
In what we call a “non-partisan unforum” interVivos offers Edmontonians a wide range of expert-led content, covering topics in affordability and jobs, healthcare, and reconciliation and anti-oppression.
A Provincial Affair will allow attendees to interact with local experts about the key issues for Edmontonians in the provincial election.
Joshua Wolchansky (He/They), Community Builder
Speaker on affordability and jobs:
Satya Brata Das (He/Him), Chair, The Digital Economist
Speaker on health care:
Dr. Bonnie Islam (She/Her), Associate Teaching Professor and Pediatrician, University of Alberta/ Alberta Health Services/ Stollery Children's Hospital, New Canadians Health Centre and Northeast Community Health Centre
Speaker on reconciliation and anti-oppression:
Shani Gwin (She/Her), Founder and Managing Partner at pipikwan pêhtâkwan