Date(s) - May 28, 2020
9:30 am - 10:30 am
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Leading into our New Future
Join us LIVE on May 28th, 12:30 pm EDT for a national consultation with Dr. Robert Strang, Chief Medical Officer of Health of Nova Scotia. Robert is a part of the COVID-19 Special Advisory Committee that developed the national Public Health framework for COVID-19 recovery in Canada.
On this call, he will outline how the framework applies in all provinces/territories and the implications for Christian churches and ministries.
These will include:
- Will there be restrictions on group sizes until a vaccine is available?
- What are the key ways Christian ministries can support the recovery and renewal of our cities or communities?
- Will seniors be encouraged to stay home for the foreseeable future?
- Should we anticipate a second wave in Canada?
We’ll leave time for some Q&A so you can pose your questions to Robert.
Register today and access:
- English and French audio channels on the broadcast.
- Full National Survey Report: The Impact of COVID-19 on Canadian churches and ministries (key highlights shared in broadcast).
- Link to the recording of the event to share with others.
This gathering is brought to you by:
Global Leadership Network Canada, WayBase, and World Vision.
Our supporting partners include: Canadian Council of Christian Charities, The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, Canadian Christian Relief and Development Association, Compassion Canada, Food for the Hungry, Alpha Canada, Leader Impact, Canadian Christian Business Federation and City Movement.
Dr. Robert Strang is Chief Medical Officer of Health in Nova Scotia, appointed in 2007. He received his medical degree from University of British Columbia and served as the Associate Medical Officer of Health in South Fraser Health, BC, from 1997-1999.
He moved to Halifax to become Medical Officer of Health for the Capital District Health Authority prior to being appointed the CMOH for Nova Scotia.
Under his leadership, the public health system in Nova Scotia was renewed, creating the policies and environments needed to support better health for Nova Scotian families and communities.
Dr. Strang is an adjunct professor with Dalhousie University, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology.