Help Create the NEW BRUNSWICK Story

THE HOMEbody SYMPOSIUM

 

 

 

On May 6th, 2015 an inspired discussion with entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, students, artists, academics, social enterprises and industry specialists, on shaping New Brunswick’s future took place. The packed fully bilingual symposium included hearing stories of emerging businesses, place makers, newcomers and social ventures that are “making it” in New Brunswick

"Be part of the dialogue by telling us your story and how to positively promote New Brunswick as a place of innovation and opportunity."

Our Special Guests

John Bragg,

Chairman & Co-CEO Oxford Frozen Foods Ltd. President; Owner/Founder of Eastlink

 Noah Richler,

Award Winning Canadian Author.

Richard Saillant

Director of the Canadian Institute

for Research on Public Policy

and Public Administration.

Shannon Litzenberger,

Toronto-based contemporary dancer,

choreographer, producer,

arts advocate and cultural policy buff.

The Lineup

Stories from New Brunswick Changemakers

 

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Meet The Hosts:
Susan Chalmers- Gauvin

CEO and Co-Founder of Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada

Kathryn Hamer

President of the Board of Artslink

The HOMEbody Symposium 

 

 

The HOMEbody Symposium is focused on hearing YOUR ideas. Be part of the dialogue by telling us your story and how to positively promote New Brunswick as a place of innovation and opportunity. Contribute to generating ideas on:

 

• Entrepreneurship

• Place-making

• Finding your own leadership

• Community leadership

• Returning from failure

• Social venture/ enterprises

• Immigration

• and other industry sectors

 

The day’s dialogue culminated in Creating Our Story of why New Brunswick is a great place to live, work, innovate and create including: identifying our assets, key opportunities and possible projects and narratives on how to build New Brunswick’s future.

 

The HOMEbody Symposium is a public engagement initiative of Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada in partnership with

Arts Link NB

Dr. Shelley Doucet

Dr. Shelley Doucet, Jarislowsky Research Chair in Interprofessional Patient-Centred Care