Vision Quest 2013 – From Vision to Reality
Vision Quest is back by popular demand for a 17th year! This year’s event will once again be held at The Winnipeg Convention Centre, May 14-16, where we will host over 1,000 Conference participants as we well as over 80 exhibits. Over the last 16 years, more than 11,000 people have shared in plenary and workshop sessions, partnership building, cultural and networking events.
The Vision Quest Conference & Tradeshow Includes
- Networking with over 1,000 Delegates, Exhibitors, Sponsors and Volunteers
- Interactive workshops and motivational keynote presentations delivered by business, cultural and industry leaders
- Cultural presentations and entertainment, continental breakfasts, lunches and break refreshments
- Entry into the Vision Quest Trade Show with over 80 exhibits
- Empowering Youth Program
- Opportunity to purchase tickets to the Gala Banquet with renowned entertainment
Registration is now closed! – see you at Vision Quest!
Opening Night Kick-Off
Vision Quest kicks off with a keynote presentation by award-winning recording artist Crystal Shawanda. Crystal will share her journey from her first visit to Nashville at the age of 12, to performing at the recent US Presidential Inauguration, to her role as a Board Member with NIKE’s N7 Foundation, promoting health and wellness in Aboriginal communities. Free event for registered delegates. Additional tickets can be purchased on-site on May 14th, 11 am – 7 pm at the Winnipeg Convention Centre for $25 plus GST.
The Conference ends with a Gala Banquet that includes a three-course dinner, Dragon’s Quest award and Steve Prince Memorial Bursery presentations, dinner music with guitarist Jason Tuesday, and a special feature performance by the Wanipigow School Fiddle Band from Hollow Water First Nation.
Tickets for Vision Quest’s closing night Gala Banquet can be purchased along with Conference delegate registration.
While many of our delegates travel from Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northern Ontario and Alberta, Aboriginal leaders and entrepreneurs from as far away as Nunavut, Northwest Territories and the U.S.A. have also participated. Our delegates include: Aboriginal business owners and operators; Aboriginal youth; community leaders; economic development officers; investors and financial institutions; government and corporate representatives; business and community service providers; individuals or businesses interested in working with the Aboriginal community.