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Workshop Descriptions and Two Weeks At a Glance For 2023-2024 Are Now Available
Our curriculum committee has been hard at work preparing the slate of workshop offerings for next year. As of now, you can find the new schedule and full workshop descriptions on our website. You may also browse the workshops for the coming year arranged by subject/category. Have fun browsing and make your selections before registration…
Spring Talks 2023 Are Coming!
The Spring Talks 2023 begin every Wednesday from April 12th until May 10th with a great line up of speakers. Talks are held this year at Innis College in the Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue. We encourage Academy Members to bring a friend and introduce them to the Academy. The charge for non-members is $10…
Michael Layton – Personal Reflections Reaching Net Zero Housing Standards – Summary Winter Forum #3
This forum presented Mike Layton’s personal reflections on reaching net zero housing standards. Mike is now devoting much of his time to energy savings issues with respect to climate change. Mike gave an inspiring talk about how he and his family have converted their century-old Toronto house from a fossil fuel guzzler scoring 134 on…
Welcome to the Winter 2023 Academy Quarterly Review!
We are pleased to announce that the Winter 2023 issue of the AQR in now available. Enjoy!
Linda Woodcock and Sharyn Salsberg Ezrin – Presenting our Presenters – Summary Winter Forum #1
Linda took an interesting approach to the presentation as it was an imagined trip to see the dark sky events that have occurred recently. The first stop was to Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park to see a total eclipse of the moon which is on the lands of the Blackfoot people. Linda told us of the traditional celebrations for the Beaver moon (also called the Grandmother moon) of Algonquin people.