Speaker Date Topic
Claire Conway Nov 30, 2017
International Committee Update
Chrismas Party Dec 07, 2017
Details to be Announced
Ellis Katsof Dec 14, 2017
My Protirement
Santa's Visit Dec 21, 2017
Fareen Samji Jan 04, 2018
Python's Pit
Ralf Soeder Jan 11, 2018
Oakville Neighbours Helping Refugees (ONHR)
Michael McQueen Jan 18, 2018
Engaging the Next Generation in Rotary (Video)
David Moses Feb 01, 2018
Helping the Healing and Building of bridges with Indigenous Communities

David A. Moses is a current member of Hockey Cares an Oakville based organization helping to bridge native and non-native communities through the game of Hockey.

He is a Oakville resident for over 20 years. He is a sitting member of the Halton Region Indigenous Education Council, sitting member of the Sheridan College Indigenous Education Council, a business owner in audio/video production and live events. David is an occasional reporter for APTN-TV, has served as Treasurer of (BOD’s) Grand River Employment and Training (GREAT) (2007-2016), served as member of the Six Nations Student Success Consortium 4yrs (2010-2014), has served as Chair of the Advisory Committee overseeing the Six Nations of the Grand River Economic Development Corporation Group 2yrs. (2014- 2016) and has worked in broadcasting with CBC radio, CTV-CKCO, APTN- Ottawa and CKRZ radio

Melanie Klein Feb 08, 2018
The Hunger Project Canada
Samantha Murray Feb 15, 2018
Plan Canada

Plan International Canada is one of the largest charities in Canada and a world leader in fighting gender inequality and extreme poverty. They have ignited the Because I am a Girl movement, a campaign that aims to transform power relations in order to help girls learn, lead, decide and thrive. We focus on eight core areas, including education, health, water and sanitation, protection, economic security, emergencies, child participation, and sexual health, including HIV.

Sam Murray grew up in Burlington and graduated from Carleton University in April 2016 with a degree in History and Human Rights. She has worked for multiple non-profit organizations, including the United Nations Refugee Agency, the Carleton University Women’s Centre and Peace Brigades International in Ottawa. She is currently on the newly formed Community Events & Organizations team at Plan International Canada and will be a part of building the team over the next five years from the ground up.


Gem Munro Mar 15, 2018
Amarok Society

Gem Munro has devoted his life and career to improving educational opportunities for disadvantaged people across Canada and abroad.

Pursuit of this objective carried him into residence in troubled communities across most of Canada, before carrying him overseas.

He is presently a Director of Amarok Society, a registered Canadian charity that provides education programmes to the very poor in Bangladesh and Pakistan, and is now beginning an initiative to develop opportunities for Indigenous youth in Canada. Gem is also an author and artist whose current book (which he has here today) is a critically acclaimed novel drawing upon his years of extraordinary experiences with aboriginal communities in Canada. (Sale of his book is a major fundraiser for Amarok Society.) For their work, Gem and his wife, Dr Tanyss Munro, were recipients of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals.