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May 27: Workshop: Working successfully with clients who self-sabotage, led by Dusty Miller; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 27-29: Conference: Manitoba Child Care Association; Winnipeg; info@mccahouse.org

May 28: Workshop: Addictions and trauma recovery with Dusty Miller; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

May 28: Collaboration and partnership in justice system; London, ON; 1-888-560-9760

May 29-30: Conference, Canadian Disability Studies Association; Winnipeg; www.disabilitystudies.ca

May 31-June 3: 'Alcohol and Drug Training for Youth Practitioners', Presenters: Dr. Ray Baker, M.D., Dr. Bayla Schechter, M.D., Richmond, British Columbia. For a complete brochure contact Jack Hirose and Associates Inc., 1-800-456-5424, www.jackhirose.com

May 31-June 3: Dr. Ian Martin, M.D., Dr. Ross Laird, Ph.D, Stephanie Saville, M.A. and Rob Axsen, B.A, Richmond, British Columbia. For a complete brochure contact Jack Hirose and Associates Inc., 1-800-456-5424, www.jackhirose.com

June 1-4: Conference: Prior learning assessment; First Nations Technical Institute; Belleville, ON; 800-267-0637

June 2-5: Conference: Come back to the core; Conflict Resolution Network Canada; Kitchener-Waterloo; www.crnetwork.ca

June 2-5: Conference & AGM: Community Living Ontario; Niagara Falls ON; 416.447.4348

June 3: Workshop: Intervention in death loss of children led by Therese Rando; Non-Traditional Approaches to Grief and Mourning; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

June 3-5: Conference: Children's environmental issues; Social Planning Council of Winnipeg, [E] environment@spcw.mb.ca

June 3-6: International Disability Film Festival; Abilities Foundation; Toronto; www.enablelink.org/abilitiesfestival

June 4: Resilience, The Power of Mindsets led by James Brooks; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416-964-1133

June 4: Resilience Re-Thinking Children's lives led by Sam Goldstein; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

June 4: Workshop: Non-traditional approaches in grief and mourning treatment with Theresa Rando; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; 416.964.1133

June 4-6: Advocacy Assembly and AGM; Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care; Toronto; sue@childcareontario.org

June 4-6: Conference: Canadian Consortium for Collaborative Mental Health Care; Vancouver; http://www.shared-care.ca

June 4-6: Exhibition: People in Motion 2004; Exhibition Place Toronto; 905.702.1121

June 5-8: National Conference: Saskatoon; Canadian Association of Social Workers, [E] sasw2004conference@accesscomm.ca

June 6-8: Conference: Community care: Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres; Toronto; www.oaccac.on.ca

June 6-11: Seminar: Change management; Industrial Relations Centre; Kingston; 613.533.6628

June 9-11: Conference: Crisis Workers Society; Mississauga, ON; dgrisdale@sympatico.ca

June 9-12: Conference: National Aboriginal Injury Prevention; National First Nations and Inuit Injury Prevention Working Group; Winnipeg; www.aipc2004.ca

June 10-11: Child Maltreatment Conference, Windsor, ON, Child Abuse Prevention Council; (519) 966-0668

June 10-11: Workshop: Facilitated planning; ICA Associates; Toronto; 416.691.2316

June 13-16: Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference, St. John's, NL, www.cpha.ca

June 14-18: Annual Sexuality Conference; Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph; info@open.uoguelph.ca

June 14-18: Summer Institute: Management and community development; Concordia University; Montreal; 514-848-2424 x3956

June 18: Treatment of Anger led by Donald Meichenbaum; Ottawa; Leading Edge Seminars; 416.964.1133

June 22-23: Skills training: Applied Suicide Intervention; Canadian Mental Health Association, Waterloo Regional Branch and Wellington-Dufferin Branch, Waterloo; www.cmhawrb.on.ca

June 24-27: International conference on affordable housing; Toronto; International Sociological Association; fax 416-978-7162

July 5-7: 'Secrets of Therapeutic Success'--3 Day Summer Intensive. (enrollment limited to 130). How to Overcome Reistance and Deliver State of the Art Treatment, Presenter: Dr. David Burns, M.D. Kelowna, British Columbia. For a complete brochure contact Jack Hirose and Associates Inc., 1-800-456-5424, www.jackhirose.com

July 7-11: National Conference: Canadian Mental Health Association and the Schizophrenia Society of Canada; Saint John, N.B.; www.cmha.ca

July 8-9: Workshop: Group facilitation; ICA Associates; Toronto; 416.691.2316

July 9-10: Symposium: Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Community, Centre for Voluntary Sector Research and Development and the Canadian Centre for Philanthropy; Toronto; admin@cvsrd.org

July 11-14: Conference: International Society for Third Sector Research; Toronto; [E] istr@jhu.edu

July 13-16: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; St. John's Nfld; 1.800.558.8976

July 20-23: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Toronto; 1.800.558.8976

July 20-23: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Calgary AB; 1.800.558.8976

July 21-25: International Conference, Canadian Angelman Syndrome Society, Edmonton, charles@angelmancanada.org

July 27-30: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Toronto; 1.800.558.8976

July 27-30: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Calgary; 1.800.558.8976

Aug 3-6: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Montreal 1.800.558.8976

Aug. 5-7: Conference: International institute for Restorative Practice; Vancouver; canada@realjustice.org

Aug. 6-8: Conference on Disability and Multicultural Perspectives; African Canadian Disability Community Association; www.tacdca.com

Aug. 16-19: Conference: Resilient development in child welfare; Ottawa; Child Welfare League of Canada; LAC2004@cwlc.ca

Aug. 16-20: Workshop: Community development; ICA Associates; Toronto; 416.691.2316

Aug 17-20: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Vancouver 1.800.558.8976

Aug 17-20: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Ottawa 1.800.558.8976

Aug 24-27: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Thunder Bay, ON 1.800.558.8976

Oct 12-15: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Halifax, 1.800.558.8976

Oct 19-22: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Winnipeg, 1.800.558.8976

Oct 26-29: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Ottawa 1.800.558.8976

Nov 16-19: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Toronto 1.800.558.8976

Nov 30-Dec 3: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Quebec City 1.800.558.8976

Dec 14-17: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Edmonton 1.800.558.8976

Dec 14-17: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations; Crisis Prevention Institute; Vancouver 1.800.558.8976

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