“Recharging Canada’s Cancer Control Strategy”
Hart House members, students, alumni, faculty and staff are invited to join us for an exciting dinner series featuring guest speakers from business, politics, education and the arts.
Hosted by the Hart House Senior Members Committee, the evening begins with a reception where guests will meet the speaker over hors-d’oeuvres. The dinner includes a superb meal (inspired by the evening’s topic) accompanied by selected wines. After the talk, a lively Q&A session is held to round out the evening.
Tickets may be purchased in a series of three or six.
When: Wed., Nov. 21, 2018, 6-9 pm
Where: North and South Dining Rooms, Hart House
Cost: $25 (students) $70 (general public)
Tonight’s Speaker: Cynthia Morton
Cynthia Morton joined the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer as CEO in July 2017. The Partnership works with organizations across Canada to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of cancer control through the stewardship of the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control. Their goal is to achieve, over the next 30 years, a future in which fewer Canadians get cancer, fewer die and those living with it have a better quality of life.