The Regina Community Partnership Against Violence (CPAV) is a partnership between community members and organizations including Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan (PATHS), the Lifelong Learning Centre—University of Regina, Regina Transition House, YWCA Regina, North Central Community Association, and SOFIA House. CPAV comes together each year to host the Peacemakers Breakfast to honour peacemakers in the community and deliver a message about ensuring Regina is a peaceful, non-violent and inclusive community to a wide audience. Thank you to Bayer for sponsoring this year’s breakfast.
October 24, 2018, will mark the 17th Annual Peacemakers Breakfast. This year, the breakfast will be held at the mâmawêyatitân centre (3355 6th Ave, Regina). This year’s speaker will be Randy Lundy, Indigenous Cultural Liason at YWCA Regina. Food will be prepared by the Scott Collegiate Tourism & Hospitality program. Elder Brenda Dubois will say the opening prayer.
Doors @ 8:15 am
Breakfast @ 8:30 am
The event will conclude at 10 am
Tickets are $20 each. “Friends of CPAV” tables (8 tickets) are available for $200. Friends of CPAV are acknowledged at the breakfast and the additional funds help to support the event and make it accessible to members of the community. Purchase tickets online here.
Every year, we have over 200 people from government, university, service clubs, non-profit, law enforcement, business, and different areas of the community come together for this event.
Past speakers to attend the Peacemaker’s Breakfast have included; former Chief of Police Cal Johnston, former Lieutenant Governors the Honorable Lynda Haverstock, and the Honorable Jack Weibe, Carrie Bourassa (First Nations University of Canada), Hal Zorn (Regina Police Service), Dr. Marc Spooner (University of Regina), former Saskatchewan Towards Offering Partnership Solutions (STOPS) to Violence Coordinator Ken Crawford, University of Regina President Vianne Timmons, Getachew Woldeyesus and Oudalay Senevonghachack (Regina Open Door Society), Dr. Shauneen Pete (University of Regina), Cadmus Delorme (formerly of the First Nations University of Canada, now Chief of Cowessess First Nation), Barb Byers (Canadian Labour Congress), and Attiya Khan (Co-Writer and Co-Director of A Better Man).
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