The prestigious Transformation Awards gala will be held on Friday, June 15th 2018 at Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex in Toronto. You are invited to celebrate the spirit of excellence and harmony. A panel under the direction of the Transformation Institute for Leadership and Innovation as well as Silvertrust Media, the parent company of Diversity Magazine and other publishing, broadcasting and special initiatives, selects honourees and facilitates the gala activation.

This year, the book titled, "150 Extraordinary Canadians: Our Leadership and Innovation Legacy" will be launched at the gala. The leaders and innovators will be celebrated for their corporate, public sector and philanthropic contributions to the success of our great nation. They will be featured in the full colour, glossy, world class coffee table legacy book. This will also be presented via television, a documentary film, interstitials and a multimedia presentation as a part of the Envision Canada initiative.


Date: Friday, June 15th, 2018
Awards: Reception 6:30 PM, Dinner & Awards 7.30 PM
Venue: Governor's Ballroom, Liberty Grand
Address: 25 British Columbia Road, Toronto, Canada

Tickets: $200 each or $2,000 for each corporate table of 10
RSVP: | Tel: (416) 755-7788

Since 2010, the Transformation Awards gala, also known as the Diversity or Harmony Awards program, has celebrated amazing success stories. The 12 annual recipients are nominated in specific categories and go through a vetting process. This year, they will also be included in the legacy book for their unique accomplishments and public profile. The event features a red carpet reception, networking, sumptuous dinner, great entertainment, inspiring recipients, high profile presenters and a classy ceremony with many VIPs.

Past recipients of the Transformation Awards include World Vision President Dave Toycen; South Asian hotel and real estate magnate Dr. Steve Gupta; York University President Mamdouh Shoukri; former Lieutenant Governor Lincoln Alexander; esteemed Indigenous architect Douglas Cardinal; York Regional Police Chief Eric Jolliffe, and other extraordinary Canadians. Many of the past achievers are a part of the legacy book. Corporate, public sector and community leaders attend the auspicious gala.

Tickets are $200 or $2,000 for a table of 10. Tickets can be purchased for family, friends, associates and others. Purchasing and donating tickets to the Crossover Mentorship Program would also be appreciated. Those who wish sponsor the event or the book project can do so and sponsorship package can be provided. Benefits include one or more corporate tables, presenting an award to a distinguished recipient, advertising on television, in our publication, spotlight on television, print media as well as online.


Present and previous sponsors and partners include: RBC Insurance, Ryerson University, Jodal Health Care, TD Bank, Diversity Magazine, OMNI Television, Afroglobal Television, Skylink Capital, Kii Naturals, Component Bed Inc. Highburry Canco and Silvertrust Media. The gala is set to be showcased on OMNI Television, Diversity Magazine as well as other media platforms.


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