BUILDING A COMMUNITY OF HOPE 

When you lose someone you love, you can often feel alone in your grief. Our Centre is committed to fostering a sense of community where you feel comforted, understood and listened to.  Our events are an opportunity to provide education and create awareness regarding the challenges people who are grieving face. 

Upcoming and Past Events

  • Grief Talks: The Invisibility of Grief - An LGBTQ+ Perspective
    Please join us, as we invite our special guest speaker to explore concepts of disenfranchised grief, complicated loss and the invisibility of grief in the LGBTQ+ community and the unique issues that result from exclusion in care.
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  • Recipes For Love: Live Virtual Cooking Demonstration with award-winning, Red Seal, Executive Chef, Mitchell Lipperman
    Join us as we explore how to use food to connect with our loved ones! In partnership with Tapestry Village Gate West, we will be presenting a virtual cooking demonstration led by award-winning, Red Seal, Executive Chef, Mitchell Lipperman.
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  • Grief Talks: How to Rebuild Your Life After Loss
    Aug. 19, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    via Zoom
    Join us for this inspirational workshop featuring our very own Irish Dhindsa, who shares helpful tips, tools, and strategies for rebuilding your life after a loss.
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  • 2021 Annual General Meeting
    Jun. 21, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    via Zoom
    Join us and learn about our strategies, goals, accomplishments, and plans for the future as we continue to deliver hope and healing to Halton and Peel Region
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  • 24th Annual Walk to Remember
    Jun. 05, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    via Zoom
    Join us for this Virtual Community Walk to Remember as we celebrate and remember our loved ones!
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  • India in Crisis: COVID-19 and Its Devastating Impact
    May 27, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
    via Zoom
    COVID-19 has created many issues for people struggling with isolation, grief, and anticipatory grief during lock-downs and family separation. Join us for this evening of reflection as we discuss recent events in India and how we can best find support and comfort during this difficult time.
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  • Grief Talks: Grief, Loss, & Trauma - A First Nations Perspective
    While grief is a universal human experience, how individuals, families and communities address grief can vary depending on culture, age, race, and gender. Join us for this informative Grief Talk, as we explore how First Nations communities in Canada approach grief.
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