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The Leadership LabThe Leadership Lab

What does it mean to be Canadian? Each summer, during Trinity’s Leadership Lab, an intergenerational team of secondary, post-secondary students, and retired educator volunteers explore the infrastructure of our communities, tackle current issues and address community needs. This work provides a platform for a deeper understanding of ourselves and our communities, and the development of a new kind of leadership practice for our diverse twenty-first century communities that links an individual’s Sense of Person and Sense of Place. Out of this Peer Leadership development participants co-create new programs, training materials, and credit courses that address the challenges facing today’s youth along with the generativity needs of older adults in the community.


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Trinity is currently recruiting Retired Educators, Career Counsellors, & Education Workers to volunteer as Trainer/Facilitators in our high school programs. Read more.


  • Our first days at the Leadership Lab 2019 with Trinity Theatre, we began exploring many deep topics with @alantrinity.  One of them was violence in the form of language. He said that “violence can be manifested in many ways, and one of them is the language you use to describe your actions or self”. For example, that could be ‘I should have done that’ or ‘I could have done that’ or ‘You should know this.’ Recognise when you’re being violent towards yourself in terms of language, and try to be a little bit nicer to yourself! Look out for our #mindfulmonday, where we share self-care tips and more :) Have a happy weekend!

#language #learning #mindfulness #actions
  • Did you know that there are many cool spots around historic sites in Toronto?

Look at Chantelle & Rebecca having a great time at a hidden bridge near Fort York National Historic Site!

Keep swiping for more photos of everyone having a great time learning about the history and heritage of Toronto! 
#learningcanbefun #history #heritage #education 📸@csharmaphotos
  • Happy #CanadaDay Everyone!

or Have A Canada Happy Day depending on how you read it 😂
  • As #NationalPoetryMonth comes to a close, we share with you a poem by @AlanTrinity 
#Blog #Poem #Hummingbird (Link in Bio)

  • In today's blog, @AlanTrinity discusses breaking through the action/reaction mindset with reflection and an active/contemplative process.

https://trinitytheatre.ca/new/ (Link in Bio)

#mindset #contemplation #selfawareness #reflection #blog #mindfulness
  • We're happy to announce this #NVW2019 that Trinity is working with the Government of Canada to launch our new Volunteer-Focused youth project: Applied Civics!

More info: http://bit.ly/AppliedCivics (Link in Bio)

How are you volunteering in your community this National Volunteer Week? #VolunteerFactor

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I feel like the diversity of the group was so immense, you could feel it right when you walked in...Read more

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