We are very excited to announce that planning is now underway for the next CCU/CSC Labour School and Executive Board (EB) meeting being held in Montreal/Laval, PQ on June 11 and 12, 2022 at the Holiday Inn Laval. This meeting will be in-person, so your immediate response is imperative to ensuring a successful event.
The Laval Holiday Inn requires guest rooms to be reserved on or before Thursday, May 12, 2022. See below. Please do not use third-party internet booking sites.
Holiday Inn Laval – Montreal
2900 Boul Le Carrefour
Reservations can be facilitated on an individual basis in one of four ways:
• 1.877.660.8550 Canada & United States
• 450.687.6616 facsimile
For those arriving by air, transportation from the airport to the hotel must be arranged individually. (Taxi, Lyft/Uber/Transit)
June 11 and 12 EB Meeting/Labour School details to follow. The Hospitality Suite will be accessible on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night. Capacity limits will be monitored.
Please notify Dawn Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning to attend, and if you have agenda items you would like included.
Reminder for those presenting/submitting affiliate reports, please send me an electronic copy on or before June 1, 2022. If possible, bring 35 copies to the EB meeting for insertion in the affiliate kits.
Everyone in attendance MUST be double vaccinated in order to attend labour school and/or the EB meeting.
The hospitality room will be available Friday, Saturday & Sunday evenings (location TBD). Capacity numbers will be monitored and enforced.
Please know that the safety, health, and wellness of all EB participants is paramount. Masks MUST be worn in public areas at all times. Surgical masks, hand sanitizer, and disinfecting wipes will be readily available. We ask that ALL participants adhere to the safety protocols outlined by Public Health.
We are looking forward to a productive, collaborative meeting! Do not hesitate to connect with me, or the other table officers, if you need additional information or clarification.
Labour School Speakers
Steve Lurie, C.M.
Steve Lurie recently retired as the Executive Director of the Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto Branch, a post he held since 1979. Steve has written and lectured extensively on mental health policy issues.
Steve has a Masters in Management (MM) from the McGill McConnell Voluntary Sector Leadership program (2002) and has a BA (1971) and MSW (1973) from the University of Toronto Faculty of Social Work where he is now an adjunct professor.