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We're planning some great upcoming events, and ironing out the details now. Please check back soon.

Past Events

  • exeQutive members' dinner
    Thursday, June 13, 2019

    Celebrate Pride over dinner with members of exeQutive 

  • A conversation with Zach Stafford, editor-in-chief of The Advocate
    Wednesday, June 5, 2019

    "Queer Stories Have Power"

    Stories give meaning and instill a sense of culture. Authentic stories capture the past and inspire the future. Great storytelling can convey determination and resilience, it can ignite empathy and hope.

    Join Zach Stafford, Editor in Chief, The Advocate, America’s oldest LGBT magazine for an intimate discussion on the power of queer stories, the importance of the storyteller, and the politics of queer narratives as we mark a milestone of LGBTQ2A advocacy on the year of Stonewall’s 50th.

  • Post-work networking with exeQutive members
    Thursday, May 2, 2019

    A casual after work drop-in to connect with exeQutive members at LOUIX LOUIS, in the St. Regis Hotel (formerly the Trump Hotel).  Drop by after 6pm.

  • What could a feminist city look like?
    Wednesday, March 27, 2019

    On March 27, exeQutive members will hear Sarah Kaplan, Director and Professor, Gender and the Economy at the Rotman School of Management, and Matti Siemiatycki, Director and Professor, School of Cities, University of Toronto moderate an expert panel that will discuss "What could a feminist city look like?".   The conversation will explore public policy, decision-making processes, community engagement, and the urban built form, and discuss potential paths forward to creating a more inclusive city.

  • An evening of Art and Conversation with Kent Monkman
    Tuesday, February 19, 2019

    Join other members of exeQutive and their invited guests for an evening of art and conversation with one of Canada's most celebrated artists, Kent Monkman.  Mr. Monkman and his team will lead a tour of the works currently on display at his studio, followed by Q&A and discussion with Mr. Monkman.