Bring together some friends and family to join us on February 23 at 5PM EST for an intimate mental health education session delivered by Jessica Landry and Josh Morin.
*The first 50 people to register get a custom self-care package*.
Jessica Landry has grown up in the northern city of Thunder Bay, Ontario and is a proud Francophone. Jessica is currently finishing her Honours Bachelor of Science (Biomolecular with a major concentration in Biomedical). She and her partner in crime have recently started up a Jack.org chapter at Lakehead University and have already hosted their first regional summit.
Josh Morin is a youth leader within the Métis Nation. Born and Raised in the Edmonton Area, Josh has worked hard to provide Indigenous led workshops to community members such as Moccasin Making, Finger weaving and Michif language classes as well as running the day to day operations at Michif Cultural Connections the Métis Cultural Centre in St. Albert. Josh is also the grandson of honourable Senator Thelma Chalifoux, the first Indigenous woman appointed to the Canadian Senate. His family has long historical roots in St. Albert and Lac St Anne dating back to the communities earliest iterations and are very proud of their strong Métis culture and history they carry in Treaty 6 territory and the Métis homeland.
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Watch the Virtual Jack Talks teaser below.