1. March 14, 2015-25 Fundraising Habits of Successful Boards, Linda Marshall

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    10:00 - 10:15 Welcome and Introductions Approval of Agenda and January 17 OAC Meeting Minutes Wendy Charbonneau, Mary-Ellen Thomson 10:15 – 11:45 Workshop 25 Fundraising Habits of Successful Boards Linda Marshall – Marshall Connects www.obia.ca

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    • SCION Presentation, iM Concept, CIAS2015, Canadian International Auto Show, Cyril Dimitros, Media Day, February 12, 2015

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      Video of the SCION presentation at the Canadian International Auto Show (CIAS2015) during Media Day on February 12, 2015. Cyril Dimitros, Director of SCION Canada. The iM Concept made its Canadian debut at the show. www.scion.ca http://www.autoshow.ca Video: www.tributevideo.com

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      • Understanding Forensic Pathology VOD

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        This lecture on "Understanding Forensic Pathology" by Dr. Michael Pollanen, Chief Forensic Pathologist for Ontario was webcast on June 28, 2013 from the Ontario Bar Association Conference Centre, 20 Toronto Street, Toronto, Ontario. AIDWYC Education: Initiatives: www.aidwyc.org/Education_Initiatives.html A Lecture Series on Wrongful Convictions presented by AIDWYC. Lecture Topic Preventing Miscarriages of Justice: Understanding Forensic Pathology - lecture by Dr, Michael Pollanen, *Reviewing the role of forensic pathology in the criminal justice system *Review the basic aspects of scientific methodology used by expert witnesses *Exploring the pitfalls of forensic medical evidence that correlate with miscarriages of justice *Reviewing and explaining the forensic aspects of R v Mullins Johnson *Reviewing the systemic reforms that have occurred after the Goudge Inquiry This Newly Accredited Learning Series, Injustice SPEAKS Learning Forum, is a Lecture Series on Wrongful Convictions. The Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted (AIDWYC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to identifying, advocating for, and exonerating individuals convicted of a crime that they did not commit and to preventing such injustices in the future through education and reform. This event was presented by The AIDWYC Foundation. The AIDWYC Foundation supports the charitable work of the Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted. www.aidwyc.org Venue: www.oba.org Video: www.tributevideo.com

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        • January 17, 2O15-OBIA's Provincial Research Questionnaire Review

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          The OBIA Advisory Council (OAC) held its meeting at Miles Nadal JCC on January 17, 2015. OBIA's Provincial Research Questionnaire Review and Future Dissemination. OBIA REPORT Across the Province Updates www.obia.ca Webcast: www.toromtowebxaster.com

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          • January 17, 2015- Life Care Planning: The Value of Provincial ABI Data, Barbara Baptiste, Rehabilitation Management Inc.

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            OBIA Advisory Council (OAC) meeting on January 17, 2015 at the Miles Nadal JCC featured a morning Workshop. Barbara Baptiste, President of Rehabilitation Management Inc. presented a Workshop, Life Care Planning: The Value of Provincial ABI Data. The event was webcast to all members. OBIA: www.obia.ca www.rehabilitation.ca Video Webcasting: www.torontowebcaster.com

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            • Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Toronto, Ontario

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              Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is right next to the CN Tower. The spectacular Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water with 9 general galleries. There are over15,000 marine animals, from sea and fresh-water habitats from around the world, 450 species of fish and invertebrates. 1 species of reptile (sea turtles), 5.7 million litres of water, in a 12,500-square-metre building. There are 50 live exhibits with more than 100 interactive displays An impressive entrance leads to the CANADIAN WATERS GALLERY with 17 curated habitats. Signs and displays help visitors learn about the history and life cycle of the different species around the Great Lakes and coasts of Canada.. RAINBOW REEF features exotic colourful fish from the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific region. It's mesmerizing to watch the parade of fish swim in peaceful groups. DANGEROUS LAGOON with 2.5 million litres is the largest exhibit. The moving sidewalk moves visitors through different areas as sharks and other manacing creatures swim all around. DISCOVERY CENTRE offers opportunities to get inside a pop-up bubble to get close to animals or to pet some of them. The GALLERY features six salt water and three fresh water exhibits totaling more than 50,000 litres with a variety of delicate species from around the world. RAY BAY features dozens of rays from three distinct species. They glide through the water like birds. PLANET JELLIES has backlit and colour-changing displays featuring five species of jellies LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS showcases the life support and filtration equipment used to maintain the Aquarium along with real-time stats and information about the water quality and conditions. SHORELINE GALLERY has educators teach visitors how to make contact with the sharks or stingrays. 288 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9, CANADA. Phone: (647) 351-FISH (3474) Hours are 9:00 am to 11:00 pm daily with a few closings at 6:00 pm when there are special private events. 288 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9, CANADA Phone: (647) 351-FISH (3474) https://www.ripleyaquariums.com/canada/ Video: www.tributevideo.com

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              • Winter Solstice Parade in Kensington Market by Red Pepper Spectacle Arts, Toronto, Sunday, December 21, 2014

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                The community was invited to celebrate the Winter Solstice in a luminescent lantern-lit procession through Toronto’s historic Kensington Market. The parade included theatrical scenarios, a myriad of performers, giant puppets and the fiery finale at Alexandra Park (Bathurst and Dundas). It started at 7:00 pm at the intersection of Oxford and Augusta (just south of College)! In collaboration with local community members and performers including host Rosina Kazi of LAL, the Samba Squad, Shadowland Youth Theatre, Native Men’s Residence, Richard Underhill & the Kensington Horns, Maracatu Mar Aberto, Spirit Wind and Eagle Women Singerz, Hand Drummer Isaiah Cada, A-Rhythmics, the Solsticks, alumni from the Centre for Indigenous Theatre, Jenni-Lea & Circle Sing, New Model Circus Army, and many, many more, Red Pepper Spectacle Arts organized the 25th annual hand-made street celebration to beckon the return of the sun. HISTORY: Red Peppers’ annual Kensington Festival of Lights was created in 1988 by Ida Carnevali and formally entrusted to Red Pepper directors Andy Moro and Gabriella Caruso in 1997 following several years’ apprenticeship. Community members and volunteer artists share creative workspace and non-traditional rooftop and storefront performance venues in a huge multi-cultural outdoor celebration of culture and imagery on the longest night of the year. The event has grown from a few hundred participants in the late nineties to over 10,000. http://redpepperspectacle.wordpress.com/ Video: www.tributevideo.com

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                • Prep School Holiday Concert Spectacular, Bayview Glen, J.T.M. Guest Theatre, Moatfield Campus Thursday December 11, 2014 Webcast

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                  PREP SCHOOL HOLIDAY CONCERT 2014 CONCERT BAND ELITE, Conducted by Mr. C. Hunsburger O Canada, By Calixa Lavallee, Arranged by G Adnams GRADE 6 CLASS BAND, Conducted by Ms. E. Seun, Santa's in the House, by Douglas E. Wagner UPPER SCHOOL JAZZ COMBO, Conducted by Mr. T. Richards, Betcha Didn't Know Dat, by Carter Brodkorp, Suspension of Disbelief, By Ross West and the Jazz Combo GRADE 7 A/B CLASS BAND, Conducted by Mr. T. Richards, Majestica, by Brian Balmages GRADE 7 C/D CLASS BAND, Conducted by Ms. E Seun, March for a Norwegian Penguin, by Douglas E. Wagner GRADE 7 FULL CLASS BAND, Conducted by Mr. C. Hunsberger, Fanfare Noel, by David Shafer INTERMEDIATE CHOIR, Conducted by Ms. K. Baranieski, Accompanied by Mrs. S. Simmons, Adeste Fideles, Arranged by John Purifoy, Soloist: Stephanie Purifoy, Gr.7, Strings: Kiara Chong, Gr. 7, Mitchell Chong, Gr. 8, and Ms. E. Seun Happy Joyous Hanuka, Arranged by Mac Huff, Clarinet: Grace Hou, Gr. 11, Tambourine: Sophia Lenz, Gr. 8 What Christmas Means to Me, Arranged by Mac Huff, Soloist: Luca Carnegie, Gr. 7 Sleigh Bells: Samah Bhamani, Gr. 8 GRADE 8 A/B CLASS BAND, Conducted by Mr. C. Hunsburger, Clarinets in the Night, By Mark Williams GRADE 8 C/D CLASS BAND, Conducted by Mr. C. Hunsburger, Pulse Pounding, by Sean O'Loughlin GRADE 8 FULL CLASS BAND, Conducted by Mr. C. Hunsburger, Drummer's Christmas Carol, by Robert W. Smith JAZZ BAND, Conducted by Mr. T. Richards, Santa Baby, by Eartha Kitt, Arranged by Mike Story, Dance Big'un, Dance, by Ralph Ford CONCERT BAND, Conducted by Mr. C. Hunsburger, Snow Day Adventure, by Scott Watson, At Twilight, by Tyler S. Grant, Showdown at High Noon, by Jack Wilds Music Directors: Mr. C. Hunsburger, Mr. T. Richards, Ms. E. Seun, Mrs. K. Baranieski Accompanist: Mrs. S. Simmons With thanks to: Mrs. D. Rennicks (tickets), Ms. M. Lau (programmes) School: http://www.bayviewglen.ca/ Videographer: www.tributevideo.com

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                  • Holiday Concert, Bayview Glen Upper School, Thursday, December 4, 2014 Webcast

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                    SYMPHONIC BAND O Canada arr: D. Marlatt, Student Conductor: Tyler Nagano To Conquer The Kraken by: Robert W. Smith, Conductor: Ms. Suen Hebrew Medley by: David Bobrowitz Christmas Comes again... in About Three Minutes by: M. Weston, Conductor: Mr. Bellissimo JAZZ COMBO Bechha’ Didn’t Know Dat by: Carter Brodkorb Suspension of Disbelief by: (Saucy) Ross West, Ensemble Director: Mr. Richards SENIOR CHOIR Accompanist: Mrs. Simmons, River arr: Ms. Seun Soloists: Danish Rehman & Erin Matsuba Conductor: Ms. Seun We Need a Little Christmas arr: Mark Hayes, Conductor: Ms. Baranieski SAXOPHONE ENSEMBLE Night Train by: Jimmy Forrest, Student Directed / Strongly Encouraged by Mr. Bellissimo BIG BAND JAZZ Good King Wenceslas arr: Paul Clark, Soloist: Arjun Narayan Funky Ol’ Saint Nicholas, Arr: Paul Clark Soloists: Derek McKee & Elena Buldo, Caldonia by: Fleecie Moore Soloists: Who Knows Runningo of the bulls by: G. Shutack, Soloists: Carter Brodkorb, Ross West & Emily Wong, Conductor: Mr. Bellissimo CLARINET ENSEMBLE Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, arr: Calvin Custer, Student Directed / Strongly Encouraged by Mr. Bellissimo LOW BRASS ENSEMBLE I Wanna Be Like You (Jungle Book) by: J. Christienson, Student Directed / Strongly Encouraged by Mr. Bellissimo FLUTE SQUAD My Favourite Things by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, Student Directed / Strongly Encouraged by Mr. Bellissimo WIND ENSEMBLE Highlights from Frozen, Arr: Sean O’ Loughlin, Continuum by: B. Calhoun, Foiled Again! by: Jack Wilds, Student Directed / Strongly Encouraged by Mr. Bellissimo FINALE: Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24 by: Bob Phillips (As performed by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra) Conductor: Mr. Bellissimo With Thanks to: Mrs. Eileen Daunt, Mr. Bryan Auld, Ms. Andrea Blinick, Mr. James Leung, Mr. Norm Reynolds, Mr. Ron Fischer, Mr. Ed Buenaventura, Mr. Marino Salazar, Mr. Eric Halili, Mr. Roger Curtis, Mrs. Joanne Geisler, Jennifer Michaels (cover design), Motta (Wang) the Magnificent and Megan ( Lowe) the assistant, Laura Hitchcock, and the Upper School Faculty. Tech/Stage Crew: Mr. Ed Hitchcock, Philip Nadjafov & George Marinosyan. School: http://www.bayviewglen.ca/ Video Webcasting: www.torontowebcaster.com

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                    • November. 8, 2014-OBIA Advisory Council (OAC)

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                      OBIA Report Across the Province Updates OBIA: www.obia.ca Video Webcasting: www.torontowebcaster.com

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