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MAiD & The Death Doula

Weekend of February 26-28
Weekend of February 26-28
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Thursday March 4th | 7pm EST
Thursday March 4th | 7pm EST

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous People of Colour) Death Cafes: The BIPOC community experiences dying and death as a direct result of systemic and environmental racism, oppression, and violence. HHA acknowledges the need for conversation among community members with a BIPOC Facilitator. We are committed to increasing equity within our organization and remain accountable by decentering whiteness and unpacking privilege as it relates to end-of-life transitions.

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Wednesday March 10 | 7pm
Wednesday March 10 | 7pm

Pet Lovers Death Cafes For many, their pet is their family. Further, the loss of a pet is often the first significant death experience. We welcome pet lovers to conversation with others who recognize that the loss of our pet can be equally as devastating as the loss of a human loved one.

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Thursday March 18 | 7:00 pm EST
Thursday March 18 | 7:00 pm EST

Many Faces of Compassion Virtual Workshop Series: When compassion comes on four legs works

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Tuesday March 23 | 7pm EST
Tuesday March 23 | 7pm EST

A community facing common and unique experiences around dying, death, loss and grief needed somebody to create a space that was inclusive, non-judgemental, open and aware. Enter HHA. We are honoured to provided Facilitators, who by identifying as members of the community, opens up the important conversation.

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Friday March 26 | 12:30 pm EST
Friday March 26 | 12:30 pm EST

Death Cafes are non-judgemental space to gather and talk about dying, death, mortality, grief and loss; with no agenda or set outcomes. At a Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather to discuss death. Our objective is to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives. ​Even in these uncertain times, one certainty remains...talking about death and dying.