Photos & Videos from the 2011 CHRA Congress in Regina
Aboriginal Dance at CHRA Congress Opening Ceremonies
CHRA President, Bruce Pearce, in costume and prepared for his part in the opening ceremonies.
CHRA Executive Director, Jody Ciufo, welcomes delegates during opening ceremonies.
National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) President, Akinola Popoola, and CHRA President, Bruce Pearce, sign a Memorandum of Agreement - solidifying CHRA and NAHRO's long-standing working relationship.
Past CHRA President, Robert Cohen, accepts the CHRA International Award for his work in South Africa.
The video we showed at the Awards Luncheon to highlight some of Robert's accomplishments:
Danielle Juteau, Directrice Générale of Habitations Jeanne-Mance in Montreal, accepts the CMHC Award from Debra Darke, Director, Community Development at CMHC.
The video we showed at the luncheon to honour Danielle's accomplishments:
Co-Founders, Tyler Mathies and Alex Miller, accept the Robert Hale Jr. award on behalf of their company, Innovative Residential.
The video we showed at the luncheon highlighting the achievements of Innovative Residential:
Don McBain, Executive Director of Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services, accepts the Graham Emslie Award
Video highlighting Don's work and accomplishments in supporting aboriginal housing in Canada:
Some of CHRA's Emerging Professionals enjoying refreshments at the President's Reception
Appropriately, current CHRA President, Bruce Pearce, and Joyce Potter, a past-president of CHRA, chat at the President's Reception.
Delegates enjoy the food and atmosphere at Crave Wine Bar, venue for the 2011 International Dinner.
Steve Pomeroy teaches a condensed one-day course on the fundamentals of housing policy and governance.
CHRA's very hard-working office administrator, Vicky Coulombe-Joyce, and her group of very helpful volunteeres from the City of Regina look after registration and all delegate inquiries at the registration booth.
CHRA President, Bruce Pearce, and Executive Director, Jody Ciufo, say goodbye to board member and treasurer, Menno Peters with a small token of appreciation.
The Honourable June Draude, Minister Responsible for the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation, passes the symbolic 'Congress house' to the Honourable Darin King, Minister Responsible for the Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation and Scott Morton-Ninomiya of the City of St. John's Affordable Housing, present on behalf of Mayor Dennis O'Keefe.
We all look forward to Congress 2012 in St. John's!