2017-18 Season

Welcome to Another Great Year of GTLLI Courses.
Fridays, 10am - 12 noon
New Life Church
 

On-line ticket sales start July 1 for Founders and Volunteers, July 7 for 2016-17 Members, and July 13 for Past Members and the general public. 2016-17 Members without computer access may purchase tickets (cheque only) at the Collingwood Library July 7, 10am - 12 noon.

To browse or print the 2017-18 brochure, click on GTLLI E-brochure 2017 18.



2017-18 Courses

perspectivesPerspectives  Sept. 8 - 29     

. Canada in the World in 2017
.Wrongful Convictions Revisited
.Guts... The Inside Story
.The Architecture of Power: Building Rome's Basilica of St. Peter

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archeology
Fall Course   Oct. 13 - Nov. 17
INSIDE ARCHAEOLOGY:  Tracing our Complex Past

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coexist
Winter Course    Jan 12 - Feb 16
RELIGION, PEACE, AND CONFLICT IN THE 21st CENTURY     

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law 2Spring Course    Apr. 6 - May 11
THE LAW TODAY:  Things to Know About

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GTLLI on Video

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GTLLI continues to investigate providing on-line lectures to those unable to attend in person. 
We plan to videotape the Winter session on Religion.
In the fall of 2017, an unlimited number of ‘video tickets’, by the course and by individual lecture will be sold on-line.
Watch this website for future details

 


 

Getting Ready for Ticket Purchases

canstockRACE186813951. Can you receive emails from GTLLI?
To receive receipts for your ticket purchases, put registrar@gtlli.ca in your Contacts list.
To receive other emails from GTLLI, you must also have gtlliregistrar@rogers.com and associateregistrargtlli@gmail.com in your Contacts list.

canstockRACE186813952. Do you have a GTLLI account under your current email address - and remember your password?
You cannot purchase tickets without it.

If you yourself bought a ticket last year, you already have a GTLLI account.   
To get into your account, (My Account on the main menu), you need to know your username and your password.
If you are successful in logging in to your account, you can edit personal details like passwords , email and home addresses. You can also look at what you purchased last year through My Account.
You are ready for this coming year.

If you are not successful in logging in to your account read more......

If someone else bought a ticket for you last year, you do not have an account. You will not be recognized as a member by the Ticket Purchase system or have access to Member-only sections of this website.
If you choose to create your own account read more......
and remember to Contact Us (on the main menu) so we can update your status to a full member which will allow you to purchase your own ticket and read Member-only information.

If you are new to GTLLI, you need to set up an account.
Go to My Account on the main menu above and register, before you try to buy a ticket.

 

canstockRACE18681395Still have more questions?
Review FAQ (frequently asked questions), or Contact Us

 


 

2017 Founders’ Lecture Oct 10

Our 2017 speaker is The Honourable Michael H. Wilson.

BARCLAYS FP HIGH RES - 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.......


 

20th Anniversary

Celebrating 20 years of Lifelong Learning in the Georgian Triangle:

Chair Norm Pirk

Chair Norm Pirk


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 ..........

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