100 ABC Honourees

Dr. Delores Mullings (St. John’s, Newfoundland)

Her community based experience is located in hostels, shelters and sexual assault centres working primarily with and for women who are survivors intimate violence, street involvement and/or homeless. To the ...

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Dahlia Bateman (Toronto, Ontario)

Corporate/Commercial Lawyer and Social Justice Advocate. To the next Generation: “Explore different paths towards your goal and value each challenge you meet along the way. Do not be afraid to ...

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Chloë E. Callender (Waterloo, Ontario)

Retired educator, community development consultant and leadership facilitator. To the next Generation: “Have respect for self and others;  Take care of physical and mental health; Develop spiritual and moral values; Gain ...

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Charmaine Headley (Toronto, Ontario)

Co-founder and Artistic Director of COBA, Collective of Black Artists, who uses dance, dance education and activism as an umbrella for identity. To the next Generation: “Take the opportunity to ...

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Charmaine Crooks (Vancouver, British Columbia)

Member Order of Canada and Five Time Olympian and Silver Medalist To the next Generation: “Never give up! Work and collaborate as a team and give back to the community”.

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Carlotta Weymouth (Darmouth, Nova Scotia)

Unsung Hero To the Next Generation: “You are only limited by the limits you place on yourself. Be Consistent, Be Persistent but most of all be True to yourself”.

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Carion Fenn (Ajax, Ontario)

President of the Carion Fenn Foundation. Host of Health 180 with Carion Fenn on Rogers TV Durham, an Award-Winning inclusiveness and accessibility patient advocate. To the next Generation: “Prepare yourself ...

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Dr. Carole Chauncey (Toronto, Ontario)

Professor Emerita, Ted Rogers School of Information Management, Faculty of Business, Ryerson University is currently a certified Life Coach and Facilitator. To the next Generation: “Place a high value on ...

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Candace L. Thomas (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

Candace is originally from East Preston, Nova Scotia and is a partner in the Halifax office of the law firm, Stewart McKelvey where she has practiced since 1999. To the ...

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Camille A. Mitchell (Toronto, Ontario)

An Architect with KPMB Architects in Toronto and founding member of the independent organization ‘Building Equality in Architecture’. To the next Generation: “Do not take criticism personally – take it ...

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