JANE: A Documentary

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The film offers an unprecedented, intimate portrait of Jane Goodall — a trailblazer who defied the odds to become one of the worlds’s most admired conservationists.

The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada will be sending Victoria Foote, Director of Communications & Marketing, to be our guest speaker. This organization is “…part of a global community conservation organization that advances the vision and work of Dr. Jane Goodall. By protecting chimpanzees and inspiring people to value and protect the natural world we all share, we improve the lives of people, animals and the environment.” (janegoodall.ca, 2018)

Table Talks

  • The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada – Victoria Foote speaking on existing work, upcoming projects and continuing the vision of Jane Goodall. Website
  • P.O.W.E.R – Protect Our Water and Environmental Resources will speak on local conservation efforts and projects, and working with the HHEFF. Website
  • Niagara Escarpment Views – A local magazine highlighting the beauty, expression and conversation efforts of the Niagara region. Website 
  • Believe Farm – Monika and Frederic share experiences from a locally-based, rescue animal farm, with environmentally friendly infrastructure: Geothermal system and solar panels. Environemental Award | Instagram: @believe_farm
  • WASTEWISE – Wastewise is a registered charity located and serving mainly the Halton Hills area although the centre has a strong following throughout the Halton region. Since 2004, Wastewise has given $104,401.00 back to the community. Website
  • Halton Hills chapter of the Toronto Bruce Trail Club – Janet Le Lievre is speaking on protecting the natural ecosystems in the area and promoting environmentally responsible access to the natural spots in the area.  Website
  • IPC Investment Corporation – Ryan Colwell, sponsor of the HHEFF, and representing the IPC.  Website
  • Sustainability Office – Jennifer Spence speaking about upholding the vision of  “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” and incorporating the 4 pillars of sustainability. Website 
  • Medicine Wheel / True North Aid – Robin and Marie McLeod speaking on community outreach and charitable organization. Website
  • Library – Lee Puddephatt will host a table of animal books and media. Website 
  • Bill 66 – Susan Robertson and Sandy Gillians of Credit Valley Heritage Society will speak to the implications of the “Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act, 2018.” This sweeping omnibus bill weakens – and cuts –  dozens of regulations that have been protecting our environment, drinking water, workers’ rights and more for decades. Website
- Halton Hills – Territorial Acknowledgement - We acknowledge the lands included in Halton Hills with the Credit River, Silver Creek and Black Creek running through it. We honour the countless First Peoples who walked this land and is most recently cared for by the Mississaugas of the Credit. Halton Hills is part of the Treaty 19 lands of the Ajetance Purchase of 1818 which includes Brampton and Milton. Together, we commit to respect and care for the land, waters, plants, animals, and all the wonderful elements of creation that exist around us.