Speaker Date Topic
Fred Fuchs and Bob Crockford May 30, 2017
The Westdale Theatre
Neill Chopp, Dundas Rotary Club Jun 06, 2017
International Project Proposal
Our Youth Exchange Student - Loic Levy Jun 13, 2017
Loic will be talking about his one-year experience here in Canada as our Youth Exchange Student.
Loic will be talking about his one-year experience here in Canada as our Youth Exchange Student.
Lynn Dykeman Jun 20, 2017
Kurdish Medical Iniitiative
Evening meeting to replace breakfast Jun 27, 2017
End of Year BBQ
Changeover Meeting Jul 04, 2017
Changing of the Guard - Induction of the New Executive

Without even a coup, the new executive will "take over" the club.

Armin Ghazi, President, SSG Managed Technology Jul 11, 2017
Preserving Privacy at the Border in the Digital Age

Armin Ghazi is the founder and President of SSG Managed Technology

Services, an IT consulting firm serving small business clients in the

Halton region as well as North and South Carolina.

Armin has worked with professional services firms, healthcare

providers, and non-profit organizations for over 10 years in all facets of

technology management, including infrastructure, security, and

support.

He also speaks regularly to trade groups and other associations on

cybersecurity and privacy issues.

Armin lives near downtown Burlington with his wife Sanaz and two

sons, ages 4 and 3. Away from work, he enjoys hiking, soccer,

volleyball, skiing, and volunteering in the community as an active

Rotarian.

Grant Linney Jul 18, 2017
Climate Change

Grant Linney has had a long and wonderful career of outdoor and environmental education in southern Ontario, Canada. His classrooms vary in size from 175 to 1100 acres. His students range from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12 and on to university students, teachers and the general public. In 2012, Grant was presented with a national teaching award for “Outstanding Environmental Educator, K-12” from The Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication. In 2014, Grant received the Robin Dennis Award from (The Council of Outdoor Educators of Ontario) for his “outstanding contribution to the development of the Council of Outdoor Educators of Ontario and outdoor education in Ontario.” He is the 2015 recipient of the Richards Education Award from Ontario Nature, and just received word that he has won the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award in the category of the Nature Inspiration Awards, sponsored by Canada’s National Museum of Nature.

 

In addition to being a teacher, author and editor, Grant is a trained and very experienced presenter with Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project. Over the past six years, he has given some 200 informative and engaging presentations to a wide variety of audiences. He is also the lead person for Hamilton Blue Dot. Sponsored by the David Suzuki Foundation and Ecojustice, Blue Dot is a national movement seeking legal recognition for every Canadian’s right to a healthy environment (e.g., clean air, fresh water and a stable climate). Hamilton is the first community in Ontario to issue a municipal declaration of such rights. 

Don Davidson/Derek Price Jul 25, 2017
Vocational Visit to St. Joseph's Villa FOR LUNCH!!!!!!

NOTE THAT THIS IS A LUNCHEON MEETING - 12 NOON AT ST. JOSEPH'S VILLA