Latest Event Updates
This is it folks! Our event begins in 3 hours, and is officially SOLD OUT, so thank you everyone in advance for your wonderful support! Just a couple of reminders about tomorrow:
– please arrive at 9 am for registration
– follow the brightly coloured signs for directions from the SkyTrain stations, or check out the video below
– come with an open mind and your bright ideas!
See you in a few!
How exciting! Tickets were all sold out yesterday, we just got confirmation on 20 EXTRA TICKETS being released today. If you tried to register yesterday and were not allowed to try again today. The team is hard at work to make sure that tomorrow runs perfectly and that everyone has a great time!
If you haven’t registered, do it now and get your friends and family to register too!
SEE YOU TOMORROW
And to brighten the day a bit more…. a donkey zebra!!
“Gee, looks like I am not the only rare thing around here. Can I get a ticket??”
The date soon approaches and tickets are going fast! WE ARE ALMOST AT CAPACITY, so make sure you register to get your ticket! With two days left the team is working hard to finalize the last details for the day. Speakers confirmed, swag accumulating and programs for the day are being printed!
Make sure to check out our speakers, the dialogues and workshops offered during the day. The schedule has been added to our website so make sure to take a look at the layout for the day.
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ON THURSDAY!!
The picture below was published by Nasa of Saturn and our beautiful blue planet.
Just as a friendly reminder, this event will be photographed. The images will be used for the description and promotion of the SFU Semester in Dialogue. Some will be posted on the Semester in Dialogue website and on other social media platforms. If you do not which to be photographed, please make yourself known to anyone on our team and we will make sure to let the photographers know.
7 days to go!!! See you all there!
A week to go and our team is hard at work setting up the last details for the event! Here’s a sneak peak at the venue, the team and the beautiful view!
Hope to see you all on Nov. 14th! Enjoy! (:
The event is approaching soon! The day is formatted so that you can come and go as you please. If you are intending on coming for even part of the day, please be sure to register on our eventbrite page (link provided at the bottom).
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. Ramps lead up to the entrances of the building, which have automatic front and back doors. There is an elevator inside the building.
PARKING. This building has underground pay parking space.
BIKE. There are bike racks located outside of the building.
ASL INTERPRETATION POSSIBLE.
If you require ASL interpretation please contact us at email below. This service will only be available for the afternoon dialogues and workshops. We apologize for the inconvenience.
CLOSE TO ACCESSIBLE TRANSIT. There are a number of transit options close to the building. It is situated near Main Street/Science World station, as well as Olympic Village station. All transit is wheelchair accessible.
ALL AGES space.
WASHROOMS. There is a Women’s Wheelchair Accessible Washroom, as well as gendered washrooms on both floors. Unfortunately this building has no designated gender-neutral washroom. We apologize for the inconvenience.
SCENT REDUCED space. The building we are in is a shared community space. For the rooms we are holding this event in, we encourage guests to be mindful and conscious of scent allergies.
TRANSIT-FARE COMPENSATION. If you require compensation for transit fare, please contact us at.
Event is free, but seating is limited. Please register at amicanadian.eventbright.ca
Below are several ways to get to Creekside Community Centre on Nov. 14th! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by leaving a comment below or e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Millennium Line or Expo Skytrain Line – Main Street Stop
Walk towards Science World and follow the seaside bicycle route towards Olympic Village. Location will be on your left.
Canada Line – Olympic Village Stop
Walk on W 2 Ave. towards False Creek. Turn left onto Columbia Street and continue on as it become Athletes Way. Location will be on the right.
Stop at Main and Terminal: 3, 8, 19, 22
Stop at W 2 Ave. and Columbia: 84
Seaside Bicycle Route or False Creek Ferries at The Village Stop
SFU’s Undergraduate Semester in Dialogue program is proud to present Am I Canadian? Defining Our Values. This event combines dialogues and workshops to explore the complex dynamics of what it means to be Canadian.
Canada is a national experiment in its early stages. Its population is ever growing thanks to constant new arrivals, while also anchored by a generational trickling down of diverse traditions. How does this complex inter-layering of cultural identities translate on a practical, daily basis? What about at work, in our places of education, and even through our Charter of Rights and Freedoms? Further, how does the commonly used term “mosaic” of multiculturalism affect our ability to identify and assert our own rightful identities as inhabitants of this land? Are you Canadian? What does Canada mean to you? Come and join us for a conversation about these important issues.
Registration is required as seating is limited. Free of charge.
Please peruse the website for details on registration, workshop schedule, and speakers!
If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us at: email@example.com
What: Am I Canadian? Defining Our Values – A Dialogue
When: Thursday November 14, 2013.
Where: Creekside Community Centre (1 Athletes Way, Vancouver BC)
Time: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm