Sunday, April 17, 2016

Main Stage Hosts

Richard Cazeau
Richard Cazeau is an International writer, producer, TV host and lifestyle personality. In addition to hosting shows such as "The Loop", "The Adrenaline Project", "Ultimate Dream Day", and "What’s Cooking", Richard was the Road Test Editor for AutoGuide.com and has scripted Discovery Channel’s "How It's Made: Dream Cars". He has contributed to Yahoo! News' "Trending" and "That's Odd", as well as programs on the Oxygen Channel, Rogers Toronto, CBC, The Score, Book Television, Citytv, Star!TV and more.
Julie Daniluk
Julie Daniluk’s bestselling books, Meals that Heal Inflammation and Slimming Meals That Heal advise on allergy-free cooking that tastes great and assists the body in the healing process. Connect with Julie on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and check out her amazing recipes, nutrition tips and online programs at juliedaniluk.com

Speakers (in order of apperance)

Rodney Bowers
Daniel Holloway
Rachel Parent
The Water Brothers
Vicki Wojcik
Susan Chan
André Flys
Nigel Raine
Scott MacIvor
Sandra Elia
Jill Hillhouse
Chia Chia Sun
Alain Ménard
Julie Henry

Schedule

11:45pm - 12:15pm
Cooking Demo: Chef Rodney Bowers (Hey Meatball)

Chef Rodney Bowers

Learn how to make a savoury bread pudding with Chef Rodney Bowers of Hey Meatball!


12:30pm - 1:00pm
Cooking Demo: Chef Daniel Holloway (Urban Acorn Catering)

Chef Daniel Holloway

We will walk through the culinary world of the hive, discussing how to incorporate the nutty flavours of Buckwheat Honey to the distinct textures of Honeycomb and how to use Bee Pollen.

Executive Chef Daniel Holloway of Urban Acorn Catering believes great food is achieved by harnessing bold flavours from humble ingredients. With over 15 years in the culinary industry, Chef Holloway’s signature style can be best described as refined comfort food, a blend of rustic Canadian cuisine with fine French techniques.


1:15pm – 1:45pm
The Impact of Our Food Choices on Our World

Rachel Parent

The impact of our food choices on our world, is a youth driven perspective, dedicated to raise awareness about the importance of making socially responsible food choices to help prevent further damage to the environment, pollinators, food security, our health and help protect new generations yet to come.

Rachel Parent Age 16, Kids Right To Know (Founder) @RachelsNews , Environmental Activist, International Youth Speaker, Mandatory GMO Labeling Advocate. Debated Kevin O”Leary on CBC Television, TEDx Toronto 2014, Huffington Post Blogger, Darwin Foundation, Jane Goodall Institute Canada Youth Mentor.


2:00pm – 2:30pm
No Blue, No Green: Our Water Adventures Around the Globe

The Water Brothers

Join The Water Brothers as they discuss their adventures filming documentaries around the globe, the ways water impacts our daily lives, and what we can all do to better protect our planet's most precious resource.


2:45pm - 3:30pm
From Cities to Farms: Protecting Nature’s Pollinators

Moderator: Vicki Wojcik | Speakers: Susan Chan, André Flys, Nigel Raine & Scott MacIvor

Vicki Wojcik: Director at Pollinator Partnership Canada, a not-for-profit working to protect and promote pollinators through science, outreach, policy support, and education.

Within Farms at Work's Native Pollinators program, Susan Chan manages education about native pollinators, on-farm pollinator habitat projects, and research into challenges for native pollinators on farms.

André Flys is a third generation beekeeper from King Township, Ontario. The same 56-Acre farm which sits atop the Oak Ridges Moraine he was raised on is where he currently maintains his apiary and farm gate store. André has his grandfather Charles Sauriol C.M to thank for his interest in bees and all things natural.

Professor Nigel Raine, is the Rebanks Family Chair in Pollinator Conservation at the University of Guelph, an expert in pollinator conservation, pollinator behaviour, and impacts of pesticides on bees.

Scott MacIvor is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Toronto in the Department of Biological Sciences. He studies wild bees, biodiversity, and the role of ecologists in city-making.


3:45pm – 4:30pm
The Secret to Hormonal Success

Moderator: Sandra Elia | Speakers: Jill Hillhouse, Julie Daniluk & Chia Chia Sun

Sandra Elia is a CTI-certified Wellness Coach, she hosts a radio show called "Your Daily Diet" on VIBE 105FM, and the Vice Chair for the Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Obesity Network.

Jill Hillhouse is a Nutritionist, educator and author and a passionate advocate for nutrition education. Jill is the Nutritionist at P3 Health Clinic in Toronto. Visit www.jillhillhouse.com for more information.

Julie Daniluk’s bestselling books, Meals that Heal Inflammation and Slimming Meals That Heal advise on allergy-free cooking that tastes great and assists the body in the healing process. Connect with Julie on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and check out her amazing recipes, nutrition tips and online programs at juliedaniluk.com

Chia Chia Sun is CEO of Damiva Inc. A pharmaceutical executive turned women's health expert, her company's natural feminine medicinal products are changing the lives of women in peri-menopause and menopause in Canada and the U.S.


4:45pm – 5:15pm
Toxic Free Beauty

Alain Ménard

Many ingredients found in everyday personal care and household products have been shown to be potential health risks and environmental hazards. The seminar will review the latest scientific findings.


5:15pm - 6:00pm
Gentle Healing For Chronic Illness

Julie Henry

Julie Henry, registered homeopath, practicing for over 15 years, shares her knowledge of treating chronic health conditions with homeopathic remedies made from natural ingredients. Homeopathic treatment provides gentle and effective solutions to longstanding illnesses.

Julie has been practising homeopathic medicine for the past 15 years. She manages a private practice in Toronto and Oshawa, Ontario in which she helps her patients to live happy, healthy and successful lives through Homeopathy.