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Missed a Conference session or one of our Virtual Discussions? Please find select presentations available for rental below! If you would like to see an additional video from our 2021 program made available for rental, please contact AskCNAR@cnar-rcor.ca and we will do our best to accommodate your request. Rental includes 72-hour access to the video recording. (Please note, pricing is per session. Cost includes HST.)

2022 Video Rentals

What is the Public Interest - Virtual Discussion (Februrary 2nd, 2022)

What is the Public Interest - Virtual Discussion (Februrary 2nd, 2022)

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What is the Public Interest?

(Original Broadcast Date: February 2nd, 2022)

In this Virtual Discussion, the panelists explore:

  • Is the concept of public interest so ill-defined that it is not useful and possibly harmful?

  • Harry Cayton proposes object statements should be more direct and provide less 'wiggle room.' Would you agree?

  • Assuming that governments are not going to tighten object statements at this time, what are we to do?

  • One interesting development has been in Alberta, where the government has mandated that regulatory colleges divest themselves of association functions. Will this resolve the issue?

This discussion was facilitated by Claude Balthazard and the panel features Cynthia Johansen, Lynsay Nair, Richard Steinecke and Jason Kully.

CNAR 2021 Video Rentals

Keynote Address - Harmony Johnson

Keynote Address - Harmony Johnson

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Keynote Address - Harmony Johnson

(Original Broadcast Date: October 20th, 2021)

Harmony Johnson sɛƛakəs, is of Tla’amin First Nation (Coast Salish) ancestry and was raised in Tla’amin territory where most of her family resides. Harmony has served in senior roles with the In Plain Sight review in BC health care, and with the First Nations Health Authority, First Nations Summit, and First Nations Forestry Council, and is currently the interim Vice-President for Indigenous Wellness and Reconciliation at Providence Health Care. She is the co-author of a number of publications, including print and digital books about her grandmother’s life history and Tla’amin teachings. Harmony has a BA from Simon Fraser University and an MHA from the University of British Columbia.

During her presentation, Harmony unpacked and discussed the key terms as related to truth and reconciliation, in order to develop a shared language and meaning that equips the partnered work of reconciliation moving forward.