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COR Orientation – Adult – Nov 30

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Nov 30 2023


9:00 am - 4:00 pm


COR Academy - 2nd Floor
1162 Osler St, Regina, SK

It is recommended to park your vehicle one block over on Halifax Street. There is plenty of free street parking with no time restrictions! Please note that parking restrictions vary along Osler Street and 6th Avenue — there is periodic enforcement along these streets. When you arrive at the lobby, take the elevator to the 2nd floor. Around the corner, you will find a door with signage that will lead you down a hallway to the COR Academy! Coffee, tea and water will be available throughout the day. A kitchenette with a fridge will be accessible to store any food or snacks you may wish to bring along with you. We look forward to welcoming you at the COR Academy!



  • Jim Temple
    Jim Temple
    Chief Operations Officer

    Born and raised in Regina, Jim has completed a Master of Arts in Leadership (specialization in values) from Royal Roads University. Beginning his career in the financial services sector, Jim quickly realized he found greater personal satisfaction helping others through volunteering with Big Brothers of Regina and sharing how great the Green Bay Packers are. Jim began working with COR upon its inception in 2009 and has served at all levels of the organization. He has also completed the Values Based Leadership and Corporate Social Innovation graduate certificate programs at Royal Roads University.

  • Michael Lavis
    Michael Lavis
    Chief Executive Officer

    Michael relocated to Regina in July 2009 to become COR’s founding CEO. A strong believer of continuous learning, Michael has completed a MA in Leadership (specialization in values), MA in Human Security and Peacebuilding, along with Values Based Leadership and Corporate Social Innovation graduate certificate programs. Serving as Co-Lead of the provincial Person Centered Culture Committee and a member of the Saskatchewan Disability Strategy’s Citizen Consultation Team, he is passionately committed to strengthening the disability services sector and to forge out new beginnings for the province’s most vulnerable citizens.