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              October 14, 2015                                                                                    

In Case You Missed It! More great Conference speakers & the full session agenda

With one week to go to ONN Conference 2015, here’s a quick reminder of great sessions and speakers coming up on Wednesday. Time’s running out to register, and spots are filling up quickly. Don’t miss out. Register today!

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Don’t miss these great speakers and Conference sessions

Over the last few months, we’ve been sharing the incredible speakers that will be joining us for the Conference. As we count down to event day, we’re thrilled to add more speakers to these sessions

See the full list of our 2015 Conference speakers and sessions.

Speaking at Government Relations: Nuances for Nonprofits:

Chris Holz, Campbell Strategies. Chad Rogers, Crestview Strategy. Noel Dhingra, The Local Community Food Centre.

Speaking at Evidence for Everyone: Ways to Make Evaluation Work For Your Nonprofit:

Tanya Darisi and Geetha Van den Daele, Capacity Canada. Matthew Stern, Centre for Social Innovation.

Speaking at Creating a Vision to Inform our Sector's Legal Structures:

Lynn Eakin, Ontario Nonprofit Network.

Speaking at The Next 10 Years: A Labour Force Vision for the Nonprofit Sector:

Gina Uppal & Scott Zoltok, Connect the Sector Fellows

Speaking at The Shared Platforms Paradox: Relationships & Control:

Leslie Wright and Jillian Witt, Novita Interpares. Bill Sinclair, St-Stephen’s Community House. Duane Hall, Spoke N’ Heard.

Speaking at Data = Knowledge = Power: A Data Strategy for Ontario's Nonprofit Sector:

Demond Drummer, CoderSpace.

Speaking at A Nonprofit Sector Pension Plan for Ontario: A Model to Consider:

Margaret Hancock, Family Service Toronto.

Speaking at 1,076,395 km²: An Ecosystem Approach to Rural Social Enterprise Development:

Heather Reid, Abbey Gardens.

Speaking at Creating a Plan for Sector-Driven Evidence and Evaluation:

Andrew Taylor, Taylor Newberry. Ben Liadsky, Ontario Nonprofit Network.

Speaking at Federal Election 2015: The Political Landscape for Nonprofits in Ontario:

Ilona Dougherty, Youth & Civic Engagement Expert.

Speaking at Community Hubs in Ontario: What's Next?:

Michelle Baldwin, Pillar Nonprofit Network.

Speaking at Governing Change: What “Innovation” Means for Boards:

Robin Cardozo, SickKids Foundation. Jason Marin, CatalystsX.

Speaking at Modernizing the Nuts and Bolts: Our Funding Relationships with the Ontario Government:

Maureen Fair, West Neighbourhood House.

Speaking at True Engagement? Principles and Practices for Sector-Government Consultation:

Debbie Douglas, Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants.

Speaking at Leading a Culture of Accessibility:

Alfred Spencer, Accessibility Directorate of Ontario. Constance Exley, Accessibility Ontario. Kathy Lazslo, DANI (Developing & Nurturing Independence).
Liviya Mendelsohn, Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre. Jini Stolk, Creative Trust. Rose Jacobson, Picasso PRO.

Conference: Seizing Opportunities

Wednesday, October 21


ONN Member/Supporter: $140+HST

General Rates: $195+HST

It’s not too late to get the member rate! Become a member now.

Coming from out-of-town? Travel subsidies available. Register to learn more.

Know someone else who should be there? Please forward this to your networks!

Do you require accommodation at the conference? Please email
admin@theonn.ca or call (416) 642-5786. Please note we will make every effort to accommodate accessibility requests, we cannot guarantee every will be met.

With Special Thanks

We’re pleased to share more information about these Conference and community-building partners:

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Social Enterprise Branch, Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure:

The Social Enterprise Branch is dedicated to making Ontario the best place to start, grow and invest in social enterprises. Social enterprises use business strategies to maximize their social and environmental impact. This year we launched the Social Enterprise Demonstration Fund, which funds non-profit community partners to help early-stage social enterprises access the capital and support they need. We are now developing our next social enterprise strategy for Ontario and want to hear from ONN members! For more information please visit: www.ontario.ca/socialenterprise

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Cresa wants to help you reach your Vision! Your office space rent is one of your most expensive Budget items, and Cresa is a real estate brokerage with a unique Charity and Non-Profit real estate practice that can help you save money and ensure you’re in the right space. Contact Cresa and we’ll show you how integrated design and project management – and the “Tenant’s Advantage” – have helped countless organizations just like yours. For more information, please visit: www.cresa.com

We’re grateful to our 2015 Conference sponsors for generously supporting this province-wide event, including:

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