A Message from the Chair of the GTLLI
All courses are sold out. No tickets are available.
We are currently not accepting new accounts on the website.
The Demand for GTLLI tickets far exceeds the supply so it is not possible to give everyone all the tickets they desire.
Those 2016-17 members who could not get tickets this year will retain their membership status for another year.
The Founders’ Lecture in October is open to everyone and sales will start later in the summer (when we get the system fixed!)
The winter course on Religion will be offered on-line to everyone.
Both are open to non-members. Watch the website for details of these events.
Thank you for your patience as our volunteers work to deal with our problems.
This year GTLLI courses sold out within hours of sales starting.
To help us plan for the future, if you are disappointed that you cannot buy all the tickets you want for the 2017-18 season please let us know.
Click on DISAPPOINTED to tell us what you missed.
. Canada in the World in 2017
.Wrongful Convictions Revisited
.Guts… The Inside Story
.The Architecture of Power: Building Rome’s Basilica of St. Peter
Our 2017 speaker is The Honourable Michael H. Wilson.
Michael Wilson, a retired parliamentarian, served in the Mulroney Conservative Cabinet for ten years. His career as an accomplished businessman made him well qualified to become Minister of Finance and later Minister of Industry, Science and Technology. Notably, he was successful in negotiating and creating the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1989. From 2006 to 2009, he was Canada’s Ambassador to the United States. Now as an active contributor to many professional and community organizations, Mr. Wilson continues a life of service.
Topic, price, time, and location are to be announced later.
For a list of previous speakers, and the story behind the lectures read more…….
How lifelong learning helps keep your brain healthy, fit and active at all stages of life.
…… read more in On The Bay Magazine
Celebrating 20 years of Lifelong Learning in the Georgian Triangle:
In October of 1995 over 100 individuals met in the Collingwood Library. At that meeting, 37 founding families donated $50 each to create an organization that would provide opportunities for lifelong learning in ……….