On August 22nd we gathered to honour the 10th anniversary of Jack Layton’s passing. Thanks to your enthusiastic participation and generous support we were able to celebrate Jack’s life, continue his legacy of love, hope and optimism, and empower the next generation of changemakers to carry on his struggle for social justice.

An entire community came together to make the celebration happen, and we want to make sure that whatever comes next helps to sustain and support that community. To do that we need your help. Please take a few moments to complete the survey to let us know what the celebration meant to you and how you think we can best carry Jack's legacy forward.

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Building Skills February 2017

February's Building Skills for Change was an experiment for us. The Institute just implemented a new pricing structure that preserves subsidies for students from marginalized backgrounds, while actually being sustainable. It worked! Students and facilitators had a wonderful weekend learning how to organize more effectively together. If you want to attend our next session, you can apply at www.changeleaders.ca/skills

CanRoots

CanRoots

Canroots 2017 was a huge success.

Over 300 people joined us for two days and 91 percent of those who gave us evaluations thought that the conference was either fantastic or solid.

Many took from the session “how big organizing changes everything” practical skills on how to engage, trust, rely and work with large numbers of volunteers through expert advices from Becky Bond and Zack Exley of the Bernie Sanders campaign.

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