A Day at Sistering

Here's some of the things we've been up to...

Rendez-Vous With Madness Film Festival 2016 

Rendez-Vous With Madness Film Festival 2015

The I2CRC Board of Directors spend a Sunday afternoon cooking lunch for women at the Sistering,  drop in centre which provide basic services to women who are homeless, underhoused, low income or marginalized and are looking for a safe and welcoming place to go during the day. 


This wonderful experience allowed us to expand our reach and partnership with an amazing organization providing a necessary service to our community. 


To lear more about Sistering and all the amazing work they do check out their website


Some of Our Past Event 

I2CRC in partnership with Workman Art's held a screening and panel discussion at the annual Rendez-Vous With Madness Film Festival. 


The event centred on the Iranian film "A Very Ordinary Citizen" which explores the life of an old man who has settled into a limited routine, and who starts to commit sociopathic acts when change enters his life. The  movie exposed themes of aging and mental health. Panel discussions by renowned physicians in the field of mental health and filmmakers allowed for an engaging community-wide discussion on mental health, aging and support. 


‚ÄčTo learn more about the Rendez-Vous With Madness Film Festival and the amazing work they do for mental health awareness, visit their website.

I2CRC in partnership with Workman Art's held a screening and panel discussion at the annual Rendez-Vous With Madness Film Festival. 


The event centred on the Iranian film "A Minor Leap Down" which explores a women who coping with the death of her newborn and an unsupportive family. The  movie exposed themes of grief, mental health and support. Panel discussions by renowned experts in women health further explored and engaged the community in a wider discussion on family support, grief and counselling. 


‚ÄčTo learn more about the Rendez-Vous With Madness Film Festival and the amazing work they do for mental health awareness, visit their website.