award-winning, change agent, transformational speaker
A N G I E H A L L M A N
Angie Hallman is a prolific, seasoned speaker with years of expereince delivering impactful messages. She is a multi award-winner, public speaker, change agent, transformational leader, equity activist, former politician and health practitioner.
Hallmans passion is palpable, she delivers impactful speaches that inspire, entertain, and motivate audiences of all types.
She is a disruptive thinker and firece advocate for social justice issues. She regulary serves as a consultant, speacker, emcee and panelist for a variety of audinaces ranging from; general public intrest, politics, helath care, anti-racism and matters of equity.
Recently Angie has added funeral celebrant to her services offered. Finding the right person to lead families through honouring a loved ones life, supporting the bereaved everystep of the way with the aim of celbrating the life of the peson who has passed away.
"Let's make your event extraordinary!"
2017 Kitchener-Conestoga Canada 150 Award
2016 K-W Oktoberfest Rogers Women of the Year Nominee
2015 CTV Kitchener - Local Hero of the Week
2015 570 News Above and Beyond award
2014 Citizen of the Year Award
"You can trust Angie to keep your event flowing, your audience engaged, and your event on track. Once you have Angie at your event, you will never go back to an "in house" person as your MC for events."
For over 150 years, Indigenous children in Canada were removed from their families and sent to institutions known as residential schools.
In 2008, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission was established to reveal to Canadians the complex truth about the history and ongoing legacy of the residential school system.
The TRC was intended to guide and inspire a process of healing and reconciliation between Indigenous families and non-Indigenous communities, churches, governments, private sector, and residents of Turtle Island / Canada.
In 2015, the TRC released a six-volume report, one of the reports outlines 94 Calls to Action on how
governments of all levels, institutions, and residents of Canada can support the process of reconciliation.
In the spirit of allyship and reconciliation, territory acknowledgments are made as a stepping stone to honouring broken treaty relationships. Wilmot Township is situated on the Between the Lakes Treaty of 1792.
Together as a community we raise our families, work and live upon the traditional land of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Mississauga peoples.