Speech delivered by CMHR President and CEO Stuart Murray at Manitoba UNESCO Schools Conference - – Jan 11
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Good afternoon. Hello!
Thank you for that introduction, and thank you for inviting me to speak with you today.
I’m told we have people here today speaking some 21 languages and representing 34 different schools in Canada, the U.S., and as far away as Germany.
On behalf of everyone at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, welcome to Winnipeg.
Speech delivered by CMHR Board of Trustees Chair Eric Hughes at the 2012 CMHR Annual Public Meeting – Dec 6
Thank you, Angela, for the introduction and thank you –– students and staff of Sisler High School –– for welcoming us here today for our Annual Public Meeting.
Speech delivered by CMHR President and CEO Stuart Murray at the CMHR's 2012 Annual Public Meeting – Dec 6
Good morning! Thank you to our wonderful hosts at Sisler High School, and hello and bonjour to all who are joining us today, both here in Winnipeg and online.
Speech delivered by President and CEO Stuart Murray to l'Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba, July 13, 2012 – Jul 20
Je vous remercie de m’avoir invité à cette célébration. C’est un grand plaisir pour moi d’être ici avec vous. J’aimerais vous exprimer ma plus sincère gratitude pour votre intérêt dans le Musée canadien pour les droits de la personne.
Merci Monsieur Savoie.
Thank you for the Blessing Monseigneur LeGatt.
The Honourable Philip Lee, Senatrice Chaput, Councillor Vandal, Monsieur Lagacé (President of the Historial Society of St. Boniface), Monsieur Dufault (President of l’Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba).
Speech delivered by President and CEO Stuart Murray at the Memorial in Commemoration of Famines' Victims in Ukraine, July 3, 2012, Kyiv, Ukraine – Jul 3
Thank you for the kind introduction. Thank you, all, for having us here in this magnificent city and making us feel so genuinely welcome in your beautiful country. This is a great day for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. It is a great day for Ukraine and it is a great day for Canada.
Speech delivered by President and CEO Stuart Murray on June 18, 2012 to CASHRA National Conference – Jun 27
My friends, on behalf of the Board and staff of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, let me extend my warmest welcome to Winnipeg. Welcome to Winnipeg! It makes us enormously proud that you are holding your conference here, quite literally on the front steps of the Museum. I can’t think of a more fitting testament to the partnership we now have in place between Canada’s human rights agencies and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Thank you very much for being here today. We are so pleased to have Manli Ho here with us to speak about the experiences of her father, Dr. Feng-Shan Ho, during the Second World War. His moving story speaks to the importance of vigilance in the protection and promotion of human rights.
Speech delivered by President and CEO Stuart Murray at the Manitoba Federation of Independent Schools Annual Dinner – March 8, 2012 – Mar 8
Thank you for that introduction Tim, and thank you for the invitation to join you this evening.
I would like to extend a warm welcome to The Honourable Flor Marcelino, Minister of Culture, Heritage and Tourism.
…as well as Dr. Shelley Hasinoff, the Coordinator of Independent Education of Manitoba Education.
In her email inviting me to speak tonight, Susan noted there was no particular theme to the evening; that the banquet was simply a celebration: a celebration of the work your schools do in Manitoba, for Manitoba kids and for Manitoba families.
Speech delivered by President and CEO Stuart Murray at the CMHR's first Annual Public Meeting, December 6, 2011 – Dec 6
Thanks, Angela, for the introduction and for emceeing our inaugural annual public meeting. Merci à tous d’être parmi nous aujourd’hui. Nous sommes très content de voir un bon nombre de nos partenaires ici aujourd’hui. Thank you -- everyone -- for joining us today.