National Home Education Conference

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Join us for our National Home Education Conference 2019!
September 26-28, 2019
Ottawa, Ontario

To register, please click here: Register

Speakers:

Tanya G Allen

Tanya Granic Allen a Canadian commentator, advocate, politician, and a homeschooling mother of four. The fourth of five children to Maltese and Croatian immigrants, Tanya was born in New Brunswick, and grew up in Toronto. Tanya has always had a passion for social issues, and her advocacy work started when she was 8 years old, participating in grassroots campaigns.

Tanya has participated in several United Nations Conferences, where she advocated for the family, women, and children.

Most recently and perhaps most notably, Tanya was a candidate for Leader of the Ontario PC Party where she forced issues into discussion, including the repeal of Ontario’s radical sex-ed curriculum, the Green Energy contracts scam, and carbon taxation. Her presence had a sizeable impact in the race and shifted the discussion. Through the outpouring of her supporters, Tanya was hailed as the “Kingmaker” to now Premier Doug Ford. She was also successfully nominated as the PC Candidate in Mississauga Centre.

Tanya is currently President of Parents As First Educators (PAFE), and in her role she defends parental rights, especially in the areas of education, and has been a vocal opponent of the radical Kathleen Wynne sex-ed agenda, and opposing the promotion of the unscientific, controversial gender identity theory in schools.

Teen Program:

After last year’s successful introduction to Generation Joshua at NHEC 2018, we are pleased to announce not only their return, but their debut of the iParliament program!

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In this simulation, our teens will take on the role of legislators for their given party, and from there it will be up to them to form a government. Once a government is formed, the teens will collectively decide the position of their party and whether they support or oppose specific bills. They will learn how to draft a bill and participate in the process of passing a bill to become law. Through this hands on learning process, they will get first hand knowledge of how the Canadian Parliamentary system works, along with the history of how our government was formed.

Due to size capacity at our venue, this year’s program will only be able to accept a limited number of spots. The Generation Joshua program was the most talked about event at last year’s conference, and will be sure to sell out, so reserve your spot today!

Schedule

(Tentative)
Thursday 9am – 9pm Conference
Friday 9 am – 11: 30 am Conference
Friday 12pm – 6pm Free time to Explore Ottawa
Friday 7pm – 9pm Conference
Saturday 9am – 4pm Conference
Saturday 6pm – 9pm Banquet

*There will be time allotted for lunch and dinner breaks.

Why Join Us?

1: Connect with other homeschoolers from across Canada. Share ideas, gain new insights and be inspired. Expand your network and be a part of the national homeschooling community.

2: Hear from leading experts and connect with others around key concerns facing homeschoolers across the nation. Our speakers are carefully selected and focus on relevant issues surrounding the home education movement in our current political climate.

3: Meet staff and board members from both CCHE and HSLDA. We love meeting you and hearing your stories!

4: Fun and Fellowship! Connections are made in the hallways; and bonds of friendship are formed over meals, discussions and evening board games. Take advantage of the free time to explore all that Ottawa has to offer.

5: It is our view that homeschooling would not be a success without provincial and local groups providing additional support. Your role in homeschooling has a significant impact on the next generation. We aim to provide you with the resources you need to support other homeschooling families.

Registration Information:

Ottawa Conference and Event Centre
200 Coventry Road | Ottawa, ON | K1K 4S3
613-288-3457 | 613-667-9888 (fax)

Includes free onsite parking for all conference attendees!

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Registration Fees:

ADULTS
$200 Individual – received before midnight EST August 15
$250 individual – received AFTER August 15

YOUTH
Number of youth at $150 per person – received before midnight EST August 15
Number of youth at $200 per person – received AFTER August 15

PLEASE NOTE: Registration fees include conference materials and attendance to our Banquet Dinner on Saturday as well as coffee breaks.  Hotel rooms are NOT included in the registration fees

Hotel Information:

Both hotels are attached to the convention centre. Room Rates are available to book  until August 23, 2019. Book yours today at the following links:

Courtyard by Marriott Ottawa East
200 Coventry Road
Ottawa, ON, K1K 4S3
P 613-741-9862
Hotel Booking Code: CHD
CANADIAN CENTRE FOR HOME EDUCATION -CCHE

Room Rates:

Standard Double Queen: $162 plus taxMax occupancy 4

Extended Queen Suite: $202 plus tax – Max occupancy 6
*includes two queens and one pull out couch
**please note there is only a small amount of rooms available in this category and it is first come first served, so please book early!

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Hampton Inn by Hilton
200 Coventry Road
Ottawa, ON, K1K 4S3
P 613-741-2300
Hotel Booking Code: CHE
Hampton Group Page – CCHE

Room Rates:

Standard King or Double Queen (Max occupancy 4): $169 plus tax – includes free breakfast

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