Livestream tickets for the Equality Breakfast 2024

Livestream tickets for the Equality Breakfast 2024

Event Details

Friday, March 8, 2024


Location: online

Can’t attend the Equality Breakfast in person? Livestream tickets are available by donation so you don’t have to miss out!

Get your livestream ticket today to hear the incredible keynote address by Dr. Pam Palmater.

Looking to attend in person? Head to our main ticket page!

For event logistics, accessibility, and more details, visit our FAQ section.

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Get your livestream tickets today!

Can’t attend in person but still want to enjoy our incredible program virtually? Tickets for the livestream are available by donation.

Indigenous lawyer and advocate Pam Palmater leans against a map, smiling at the camera, while wearing a camouflage jacket.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Pam Palmater

Considered one of Canada’s Top 25 Movers and Shakers, Mi’kmaw lawyer, Dr. Pam Palmater, is an internationally-renowned speaker, award-winning podcaster, prolific author, and activist driving reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, human rights, and social justice.

Dr. Pam Palmater is an internationally renowned speaker, award-winning Indigenous podcaster, prolific author, and social justice activist driving reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. With four degrees, including a doctorate in law focusing on Indigenous rights, Pam helps change academia as Professor and Chair in Indigenous Governance at Toronto Metropolitan University. A Mi’kmaw Nation citizen and member of Eel River Bar First Nation, she champions social justice through both mainstream and social media outlets, educating people about Indigenous rights so they can push for meaningful changes to Canadian laws and policies.

As a practicing lawyer for over two decades and an expert in Indigenous law, she testifies before United Nations treaty bodies, Parliamentary committees, and inquiries like Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) and the most recent Nova Scotia Mass Casualty Commission. Considered one of the Top 25 Movers and Shakers by the Financial Post; Pam’s 200+ publications on Indigenous issues, human rights, and social justice for major outlets like Chatelaine, Maclean’s Magazine, The Lawyer’s Daily, and a host of online news outlets like CTV, CBC, and APTN; she catalyzes change, forging a path towards social justice and climate action.

Frequently Asked Questions

Event Details

Cutoff to buy livestream tickets is March 4, 2024.

Friday, March 8, 2024, from 7 am to 9:00 am PT.


Yes. There are tickets available for the livestream by donation.


Registration for this event is non-refundable. If you are unable to attend, you are welcome to transfer your ticket to a friend, colleague, or loved one. You are also welcomed to donate it back to us and we will redistribute it to a community member who might otherwise be unable to attend.

To take advantage of this option, please donate the ticket back to us via no later than Monday, March 4, 2024.

Tax receipts will be issued for a portion of the ticket and/or table purchase prices.

Silent auction

The silent auction will be available online and in person this year. You’ll have several days to peruse and bid on coveted items and services.

Can’t attend the event? You can still make your bids and win your most-wanted items. More details to come!

To donate to the silent auction, send an email and someone on our team will get back to you!


By purchasing an individual ticket, you are automatically eligible to become a member. Opt-in on the payment page!

If you did not purchase an individual ticket, you can purchase a membership.