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August 2021

The 7 Grandfather Gifts (Webinar)

August 11 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

The Georgian Bay Biosphere welcomes back Waabkaniikwe for a cultural learning experience about the 7 Grandfather Gifts. The grandfather gifts help guide many processes within First Nation communities, and offer a foundation of culture through teachings. There will be an optional follow up discussion for participants to reflect on this learning on Friday August 13th, 10:00am. Click Here to Register! 

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Climate Action: Project SPEEDIER (Webinar)

August 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Project SPEEDIER (Smart, Proactive, Enabled, Energy Distribution – Intelligently, Efficiently and Responsive) aims to create a grid that builds towards a net zero smart community in the Town of Parry Sound. This is a unique opportunity where a rural municipality of 6,000 residents is pledging to be net zero in partnership with Bracebridge Generation. In partnership with the Georgian College Research and Innovation Department the project's greenhouse gas emissions impacts have been calculated. This research will be critical to the

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October 2021

Why are Solstices Celebrated? (Webinar)

October 5 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

The Georgian Bay Biosphere welcomes back Waabkaniikwe for a cultural learning experience about solstice. Solstices are a time to gather, honour the time of year, and for renewal. There will be an optional follow up discussion for participants to reflect on this learning on Friday October 8th, 10:00am. Click Here to Register! 

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Climate Action: Electric Vehicles 101 (Webinar)

October 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

There are numerous economic and environmental advantages to making the switch to an Electric Vehicle (EV). In this webinar, we're joined by Kenneth Bokor of the Electric Vehicle Society who will share: what the advantages are to driving an electric vehicle, what the options are to go electric in their next vehicle purchase, where information for a prospective buyer can be found. Expect to learn what Electric Vehicles are all about and why they are becoming “main stream” with wide

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December 2021

The 13 Moons (Webinar)

December 7 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

The Georgian Bay Biosphere welcomes back Waabkaniikwe for a cultural learning experience about the 13 Moons. Within Nishinaabe belief, there are 13 moons that are honoured. Each moon offers a time to reflect, look forward and guide our life. There will be an optional follow up discussion for participants to reflect on this learning on Friday December 10th, 10:00am. Click Here to Register! 

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