TCD Alumni Ontario Monthly Pub NightsThe regular monthly pub nights scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month at P.J. O’Brien remain cancelled until the Covid-19 situation improves and the restrictions regarding social gatherings in Toronto are lifted. In the interim, we are inviting Ontario Alumni to join our Virtual Pub Nights for a chat on the same second Tuesday evening of each month at 7.30pm. All alumni on the college email list will receive an invitation.
TCD Alumni Ontario Annual Dinner 2020The Ontario Alumni Annual Dinner is our biggest event of the year and would normally be scheduled for October or November with advance notice of the date being sent out in August and September. In concert with many other organizations cancelling events, regretfully this year's dinner will not take place because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Such an event, even if a suitable location could be found, would unnecessarily expose people to the risks of infection and be severely limited by the restrictions. This will be the first year we have missed since 2003 but we will aim to pick up in 2021.
AAGEF - The Cannabis Industry in North AmericaWhen: Wed, March 31, 6:00 pm
TerrAscend provides quality products, brands, and services to the global cannabinoid market.
Veronique Hamel (EDHEC) is the General Manager at Terrascend Canada and an expert in the Cannabis industry. She will focus on the societal, legislative and economic impact of the cannabis industry in North America in a "novel industry".
Agenda for Online Zoom6:00 to 6:30 - Breakout Rooms (networking)
6:30 to 6:50 - Presentation
6:50 to 7:15 - Q/A session
7:15 to 8:00 - Breakout Rooms (networking)
Registrations limited to 100 at https://guestli.st/679188. The zoom link and code will be sent the day before to those who registered.
NEW : the networking list will be sent the day before the event. You will be able to ask to meet the person(s) of your choice in the breakout rooms (networking with 5 people during 15 minutes).
More info at www.aagefontario.org
Reading of The Midnight CourtElsa Bolam from the Bloomsday Montreal Committee wrote:
"This unique comic poem composed around 1777 in Irish Gaelic, and passed on orally until the 20th Century, was translated in the 1950's into rhyming couplets by David Marcus.
In 18th Century Ireland, then in the grip of the Penal Laws, this poem, which tackles the very real problem of a declining population, deliberately flouted convention and delighted in saying the forbidden, as it was recited to illicit gatherings of ordinary people who found it an uproarious outlet. For a short while it took away the pain for those who felt themselves exploited by the English, the landowners, and the Church."
The reading can be found at The Midnight Court - YouTube.
There is various other information at
Festival Bloomsday Montreal promoting Irish culture and
2021 Events | Festival Bloomsday Montréal
Oxford Cambridge Society of Toronto Events
Monthly Pub Night
CANCELLED due to the corona virus.
Location: The Oxley Pub,
The pub night is the last Tuesday of each month.
We look forward to seeing you there to welcome the new students!
No RSVP is required.