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NS NFP COVID-19 Coalition Open Forum with John Sylliboy - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelly MacIsaac
24:11
Good afternoon everyone.
Chris Aucoin
25:02
Chris Aucoin - ED of the AIDS Coalition of NS
John R Sylliboy (Nekm)
25:09
Kwe Nitaptut...N'in na John R.
Christine J Long
25:11
Greetings! Christine J Long from Nova Scotia Works in Yarmouth!
Devbani Raha
25:14
Hi Everyone, I'm Devbani Raha. I'm an epidemiologist with the Nova Scotia Health, Cancer Care Program.
Elinor Crosby (she/they)
25:23
Hi everyone! Programming & Community Engagement Manager with Halifax Public Libraries.
Robyn Brown-Hewitt (she/her)
25:28
Hello all. I’m Robyn. United Church Campus Minister with Dalhousie’s Multifaith Services office.
Wendy McVeigh
25:29
hi everyone I am Wendy McVeigh with Nova Scotia Health Continuing Care.
Kerry Copeland
25:31
Hi Everyone, Kerry Copeland with the Healthy Tomorrow Foundation
Pauline MacIntosh
25:31
Hi Everyone. I am so pleased to be present for this session. Thank you for the opportunity. My name is Pauline MacIntosh.
Tanika Seabrook
25:36
Hello! Tanika Seabrook from NS Works in Yarmouth :)
Meagan MacDonald
25:46
Good day! Meagan MacDonald from Community Links.
Hailey Mosher (she/her)
25:55
Hi all! Hailey Mosher, Autism Skills Worker and Social Work Student with Nova Scotia Health. Happy to be able to join you all!
Erin Manning (she/they)
25:59
Hi all! I'm the Phoenix Employment Support Worker at PLEC
Lisa Gleave she/her
26:02
Lisa Gleave, from the Atlantic Presenters Association. I’m located close to E'se'katik, colonist name Lunenburg.
John Gallant (he/him)
26:09
Hello! Curriculum Consultant in STEM with Labour and Advanced Education
Sandy Crocker
26:14
Hello Sandy here from Halifax Public Libraries,; I am a regional coordinator
Geoff Tobin
26:16
Hey all, Geoff Tobin, Communications Officer with RMHC Atlantic
Dawn Gordon - NS LAE
26:16
Hi there! Dawn Gordon from Dept. of Labour and Advanced Education
Deborah Bonnar (she/her)
26:22
HI I am Deborah Bonnar from Island Employment
Brittany Colburn
26:23
Hello! Brittany Colburn, Indigenous Relations Representative for the Labourers Union Local 615
Heather Morse
26:23
Good Afternoon. I am Heather Morse, Chair of the Western Kings Community Health Board in the Annapolis Valley.
Ambuj Laroiya
26:26
Hello everyone, this is Ambuj from UnitedWay Halifax. Pleased to be here.
Liane /ليان (She/هي)
26:37
Hello, I'm Liane Khoury (she/her). Mental Health Promoter at NSHA.
Erica Baker (She/Her)
26:37
Hello. Erica Baker. Human Resources Consultant with Nova Scotia Health out of Antigonish!
Vicki Goodwin
26:48
Vicki Goodwin - Program Assistant, Employment of Nova Scotia LAE
Tracey Purdy-Oickle
26:50
Tracey Purdy-Oickle - hi to all - I work with Digital Health Department of Health & Wellness
Ann-Marie Mathieu
26:57
Hell All! Ann-Marie Mathieu, Chief Executive Officer with the Annapolis Valley Regional Library
Katie MacB (she/her)
26:57
Hi Everyone! Coordinator of the Learn & Explore At Phoenix program (LE@P) in Halifax
Miguelle Légère (she/her/elle)
26:58
Hello, I'm Miguelle - Executive Staff Officer of Professional Learning at the NSTU & Dartmouth Community Health Board member.
Lindsey Downie
27:06
Hey all!! Lindsey from Mental Health in Middleton, child team :)
Bert Thompson
27:08
Bert Thompson. Counsellor at NSCC Truro Campus. Pleased to be here.
Heather Smith
27:12
Hello all - Heather Smith (she/her) NS Health Social Worker in Primary Health.
Kim Barlow
27:17
Hi, Kim Barlow from Music In Communities Co-op in Canning
Lisa Lowthers
27:21
Lisa Lowthers - Coach, trainer and Learning Manager with Common Good Solutions in the Annapolis Valley.
Tracy Wilson
27:30
Tracy Wilson, Coordinator of Community Support, from Cape Breton Regional Library
Anna-Lee Vienneau (she/her)
27:32
Kwe/hello everyone. Anna-Lee with the Gaia Project (NB). Really happy to be here :)
Ebenezer Annan
27:33
Ebenezer Annan, NS Apprenticeship Agency
Japna Sidhu-Brar (She/Her)
27:36
Hi all, I'm Japna Sidhu-Brar (she/her), Atlantic Racial Justice Liaison with Unifor Canada
Caitlin
27:44
Caitlin O'Neill (she/they) - Project Lead in Cancer Care at Nova Scotia Health
Leigh Heide (SHNS)
27:51
Hello all, Leigh Heide here, Provincial Coordinator for Sexual Health NS
Janet Dyson
28:08
Hi everyone, I'm Janet Dyson and I'm the Alumni and Donor Relations Officer at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Dalhousie University.
Cat Shears
28:12
Cat Shears (They/Them) Adolescent Outreach worker with Nova Scotia Health
Renee Meuse Bishara
28:13
Hi all! Renee Meuse BIshara here from N Yarmouth Regional Hospital where I work as a Manager
Sarah Blades
28:18
Kwe/Hello there - Sarah Blades (she/her) from IWK Health here today. Thank you for this opportunity today.
Marie Sophie Aucoin
28:26
Hi Marie Sophie Aucoin, Island Employment Association, Cheticamp
Chris James
28:30
Chris James - Manager of Labour Market Programs from LAE
Melissa (She/Her)
28:52
Hi Everyone! Melissa from CECNB, Youth Partnership Coordinator for the Annapolis Valley.
Kassondra Torraville [she/her]
29:06
Hi everyone! I'm Kassondra, a librarian from Halifax Public Libraries.
Travis DeCoste (he/him)
29:18
Hi Everyone. Travis DeCoste, Case Manager/Workshop Facilitator with Nova Scotia Works - Island Employment in Port Hawkesbury, NS.
Stephanie (she/her)
29:25
Good afternoon - Stephanie Patriquin (She/her), Adult Education Coordinator, Northern Region, LAE
Lydia
29:28
Kwe', teluisi Lydia. I work for NS Health
Evelyn
29:53
Hello, Evelyn Headley-Boutilier -Island Employment Sydney Office
Jane (she/her)
29:58
HI, I’m Jane the Human Resource Coordinator at L’Arche Cape Breton, where people with and without developmental disabilities share life together.
Claire
30:20
Hello , Claire Halpern (she/her), executive director, Shubenacadie Canal Commission
Naomi (she/her)
30:22
Hi all! I'm Naomi Samela (she/her), Office Administrator at The North Grove
Amanda MacDonald
30:25
Hello! Amanda MacDonald (she/her) here from United Way Halifax
Emily Maclaren
30:32
Hi everyone, this is Emily from Office to Advance Women Apprentices.
Lisa Pomfrey-Talbot
30:38
Hi, I'm Lisa - Community Health Board Coordinator with NS Health
alounder
31:13
Hi Everyone, Amy here from the Atlantic Canada Opportunies Agency.
Nena (She/her)
31:27
Hello :) I'm Nena, a consultant with Dept of LAE. Wela'lin for this session
Olivia Corkum
31:31
Hi All! Olivia Corkum here and I am a Junior Policy Analyst with ACOA :)
Hannah Walsh (she/her)
31:51
Kwe/Hello everyone! Hannah joining from CECNB's Youth Partnership Initiative.
Elizabeth Sutcliffe
31:52
Hello, all. I’m Elizabeth, comms advisor with the Healthy Tomorrow Foundation
MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning
32:04
Hello! The MacPhee Centre team is here watching together. Happy to be here.
Hilary Costello
32:09
Hi everyone! Michelle Christmas and Kim Rinaldo here from Direction 180, Opioid Treatment Program in Halifax
Kim Kilfoil (she/her)
32:22
Hello everyone! I am Kim Kilfoil with the Department of Labour and Advanced Education.
Anna-Lee Vienneau (she/her)
32:55
two identities
Taylor Wallace (she/her)
33:01
fluidity
Lynn Aylward : she, her, hers
33:03
Hi all Lynn Aylward of Acadia. I think about identity
Erica Baker (She/Her)
33:03
Having connection to both sides of your self.
Hilary Costello
33:04
gender fluidity
Melissa Moss
33:04
Open mind
Heather Smith
33:04
Combination of male/female attributes in any combination
Heather Schmidt (she/her)
33:05
non-binary gender identity / inclusion
Loretta
33:06
Hi everyone, Loretta Littlejohn CCDP from YMCA of Cape Breton Nova Scotia Works in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Also work as an Assessor with the NSCDA
Caitlin
33:08
pan-Indigenous, 2SLGBTQ+
Cassie MacDonald
33:09
mind soul connection
Aimee Gasparetto (She/Her)
33:09
fluid identities
Miguelle Légère (she/her/elle)
33:09
a more rounded identity
Arlene Pelley (she/her)
33:09
Two identities in one body
Kerry Copeland
33:10
two identities
Adam Norton
33:12
A place of respect in indigenous culture
Elizabeth Sutcliffe
33:12
Female/male duality
Mallory Ross-LAE
33:12
gender non-binary
Ambuj - UnitedWay Halifax (he/him)
33:12
I am not well versed with the term, and I want to know more.
Devbani Raha
33:15
I don't know what that means.
Nicole Cammaert
33:16
Authentic self
Laura Richardson
33:18
two perspectives
Hailey Mosher (she/her)
33:18
Uniquely indigenous identity involving combination of identity
Sarah Blades
33:18
I think of indigenous people who have male and female characteristics
Karen M
33:20
Open with self to explore identity
Chris James
33:20
connections, respect
Kelly
33:20
two spirits / one body
wanda.fougere
33:21
gender duality
Stephanie (she/her)
33:25
First nations persons with a shared identity of male and female
Lisa Gleave she/her
33:25
can feel and understand both a “male” and “female” perspective
Lydia
33:28
Outside the colonial gender and sexual understanding
Heather Morse
33:30
two identities
Elinor Crosby (she/they)
33:39
Indigenous identity that sometimes concerns gender, sometimes sexuality, oftentimes spirituality, sometimes all of those!
Japna Sidhu-Brar (She/Her)
33:40
freedom, fluidity in roles, continuous and growing identity
Jenna MacIntosh
33:42
male and female identity in harmony
Kelly LeFort (She/Her)
33:46
identifies with both male and female spirts
Melissa (She/Her)
33:51
encompassing multiple identities and seeing multiple perspectives
Kate
33:54
Third gender, non binary
Lisa Lowthers
33:54
embracing both the feminine and masculine genders in ourselves
Michelle Thomason
34:29
Hello Michelle Thomason with Labour and Advanced Education
Derrick
35:49
Hi All. Derrick Brooks, Manager Sector Initiatives with NS Dept of Labour and Advanced Education
Jennifer MacIntosh
35:53
Hi Everyone!! I'm Jennifer MacIntosh with NS Works in Shelburne NS.
Lisa Gleave she/her
56:05
yes
Anna-Lee Vienneau (she/her)
56:06
we do
Elinor Crosby (she/they)
56:08
The library does!
Sonja( she/her)
56:13
yes
Tanika Seabrook
56:14
yes
Kim Barlow
56:15
Not yet- too new
Ann-Marie Mathieu
56:17
AVRL Yes
Lisa Bennett
56:18
yes
Vanessa Burns
56:22
Some of my clients do :)
Robyn Brown-Hewitt (she/her)
56:25
UCC Chaplaincy at Dal does
Meagan MacDonald
56:25
we do
Lisa Lowthers
56:27
nope
Jennifer MacIntosh
56:33
Yes
Kate
56:34
Yes, essential or we cannot function
Elinor Crosby (she/they)
01:06:51
Yes! I have a good friend who is a teacher in Bella Bella. The return to traditional ways has been so beneficial for the entire community, but especially the youth.
Emma Beukema
01:14:23
Video from Ikea Canada that John mentioned: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=god6umRaAak
Heather Smith
01:14:39
Thank you!
Heather Schmidt (she/her)
01:16:05
Question: What does Nekm mean? Is it the Mi'kmaw word for Two Spirit? Thank you!
Liane /ليان (She/هي)
01:16:22
Wela'lin, John. Thank you for your wisdom and experiences
Nicole (she/her)
01:16:35
Link to Pride Flag Raising from John R. Sylliboy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ypx-af7ZOXY
Lydia
01:16:55
Heather: Nekm is a pronoun like he or she
Ambuj - UnitedWay Halifax (he/him)
01:17:18
Please pardon my lack of knowledge, I want to know more about "Two-Eyed Seeing".
Sarah Blades
01:17:51
Wela'lioq to all organizers today - many thanks everyone!
Wendy McVeigh
01:18:48
thank you so much for sharing your journey and the impact you have had to influence change. You have given me renewed energy to become a stronger champion on this front. Unfortunately, i need join a call at 2 so need to log off.
Wendy McVeigh
01:18:54
many thanks
Natasha Yorke Phillip (she/her)
01:19:00
Check out “Telling Our Twisted Histories” podcast.
Cat Shears
01:19:14
Great Podcast!
Lisa Lowthers
01:19:15
wela lin
Leigh Heide (SHNS)
01:19:19
Thank you so much for this John!
Nicole (she/her)
01:19:42
Link to session about Two-Eyed Seeing with Elder Albert Marshall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ypx-af7ZOXY
Danielle Murphy
01:19:43
This was a great presentation.
Kerry Copeland
01:20:05
Wela'lin John and organizers.
Deborah Bonnar (she/her)
01:20:06
Thank you so much for Sharing!
Steven Sone
01:20:16
Thank you for sharing with us today.
Kelly Eagles
01:20:17
Thank you so much for sharing.
Kelly
01:21:11
Always appreciate learning with you John - looking forward to the next time <3 Wela’lin
Kim Barlow
01:21:18
wela’lioq! This was great
Devbani Raha
01:21:31
There's a quote from Nelson Mandela that says we are born knowing how to love; we have to be taught how to hate.
Loretta
01:21:51
Thank you so much for this awesome presentation John. Nice to see you again. I remember you speaking at the NSCDA conference a few years ago!
Lisa
01:21:57
Thank you for sharing this wonderful learning.
Lisa Bennett
01:22:00
wela’lioq
Travis DeCoste (he/him)
01:22:00
Thank you Mr. Sylliboy for sharing your knowledge today!
Kenny Hilaire (he/him)
01:22:03
Thank you John for sharing your story. Perfect not just because it is June 21st but also because this is exactly what is needed in our communities right now. Thank you!
Melissa (She/Her)
01:22:04
Wela’lin John, for sharing with us!
John Gallant (he/him)
01:22:08
Thanks very much.
Hailey Mosher (she/her)
01:22:12
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us John.
Todd
01:22:13
Thank you
Elinor Crosby (she/they)
01:22:18
Thank you, John! I have to "run" to another meeting!
Marian Turniawan (she/her)
01:22:21
Thank you so much!
CJ Conrad
01:22:31
Wela'loqi!!!
Brian Walker
01:22:32
Thanks!
Wyatt White
01:22:34
Wela'lin nitap!
Sandy Crocker
01:22:36
Thank John and everyone
kennycameron
01:22:40
Thank you for your time, John!
Linda MacKay (She/Her)
01:22:41
Thank you!
Janet Dyson
01:22:42
Wela'lin/Thank you, John for sharing your knowledge and experience with us.
Nicole (she/her)
01:22:50
Wela'lin, John!
Natasha Yorke Phillip (she/her)
01:22:52
Wela’lioq. Much gratitude to John and all of you for sharing.
Robyn Brown-Hewitt (she/her)
01:22:53
Much appreciated!
Heather Schmidt (she/her)
01:22:55
Wela'lin / thank you so much :)
Devbani Raha
01:22:55
Thank you!
Rhia Perkins - She/Her - NSLAE
01:22:56
Wel'alin
Elizabeth Sutcliffe
01:22:56
Thank you!
Dione Rousseau
01:22:59
Thank you John!!
Amy Mullin (She/Her)
01:23:00
Thank you! Welalioq
Geoff de Gannes
01:23:01
Thanks John !