Death, loss and end-of-life issues affect us all – let’s talk about them!
PROJECTION is an opportunity to spotlight the power of our creativity and explore major questions about life—and death—from different points of view and disciplines: philosophical, medical, social, artistic, and educational.
Let’s look at things differently.
PROJECTION puts a spotlight on our communities’ diversity and creativity.
PROJECTION is an opportunity to explore our common experiences and learn from each other. We are all inspired by different things. We all learn in different ways.
Join us for a week of community dialogue about living well and being unafraid to talk about end-of-life plans and wishes.
From drumming to yoga to a cemetery walk on Mount Royal, there’s something for everyone!
For most of us, conversations about the big questions of life and death are difficult. Death is inescapable, yet we spend so much time finding ways to avoid thinking about it, discussing it, or preparing for it. We push it away, as though it is not part of life at all… and so instead it becomes a time marked by fear and solitude.
This does not have to be the case.
PROJECTION will be an innovative and unifying experience to help each of us consider how we would like our walk through life to unfold, and what we’d like when we reach our final destination. Working closely with cultural, community, and religious organizations, as well as with the healthcare, social services, and education sectors, the Council on Palliative Care will share its experiences during the PROJECTION week, giving individuals and communities the tools they need to talk about life, death, and end-of-life issues.
PROJECTION is administered by a not-for-profit organization (NPO): The Council on Palliative Care.
The event exists through your generosity.
By making a donation or sponsoring an event, you help to ensure the long-term viability of the Council on Palliative Care’s community education programs.
Thank you for your support.