Font Resize

A Decrease font size. A Reset font size. A Increase font size.

Skip to content Skip to footer
National LIP Network Summit 2023 NovemberNov 23 2023 09:00am - 03:00pm America/TorontoLe Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Canada

The 2023 National LIP Network Summit will take place on November 23, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. This event is an opportunity for LIP staff from across Canada to think both practically and creatively about collaboration and mutual support. During the 2022 summit, LIPs initiated important conversations about anti-racism, LIP sustainability, and mentorship, exploring how they could work together to maximize impact on these and other issues. The upcoming summit will continue and deepen those conversations, as well as moving to conceptualize the future of the NLS, including its scope, structure and mandate beyond March 2025.

This event is aimed at LIP staff specifically. Due to space limitations, we ask that only one staff member per LIP register for this event.

Import to Google Calendar


Le Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Canada


Could not find route!

  • Schedule
  • Guests
  • Attendance
  • Forecast
  • Comments

Weather data is currently not available for this location

Weather Report

Today stec_replace_today_date



stec_replace_current_temp °stec_replace_current_temp_units

Wind stec_replace_current_wind stec_replace_current_wind_units stec_replace_current_wind_direction

Humidity stec_replace_current_humidity %

Feels like stec_replace_current_feels_like °stec_replace_current_temp_units






Next 24 Hours

Powered by

This virtual space is designed to help us connect across the land that we are currently calling Canada. Our members are standing on different parts of this land that many Indigenous peoples have been taking care of for millennia before settlers arrived. We acknowledge the injustices that have been committed in the past and the harms that continue. We are committed to learning, sharing knowledge, and working towards a just future through building respectful relationships between established or recent settlers and the first nations of what we now call Canada. For learning more about native land: