Manitoba high school students attending this conference will have the opportunity to critically examine important rights issues from multiple perspectives as they engage directly with legal experts, community leaders, and activists, who are working to make positive social change and challenging systemic barriers in their communities and across the country.
MANITOBA | NOVEMBER 4, 2021
Phil Fontaine, Indigenous Advocate and Former National Chief, and Michael Bryant, Executive Director and General Counsel, CCLA.
Dr. Sandra Krahn, Executive Director, Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties
Dr. Brenda McPhail, Director Privacy, Surveillance and Technology, CCLA
Maria Krasinski, Managing Director, News Decoder
In compliance with the current public health order in Manitoba the following COVID protocols will be enforced during this event.
PROOF OF VACCINATION: All Museum visitors 12 and older must provide official proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 along with photo ID. Accepted forms of proof can be found here, https://manitoba.ca/covid19/vaccine/immunizationrecord/index.html. Venue staff will be checking these documents upon arrival at the museum. NOTE: Individuals without the required documentation will not be permitted to enter.
MASKS: Masks must be worn at all times throughout the museum with the exception of eating during the lunch break when seated. Hand sanitizer is readily available throughout the facility.
For more information and full details regarding the museum’s commitment to safety within their venue please visit: https://humanrights.ca/COVID-19#vaccination-status