The Honourable Tony Ince Featured on Inclusion Revolution This Week
reachAbility is pleased to announce the next two episodes of the 2014 season of Inclusion Revolution on Eastlink Television. Airing weekdays at 2 p.m. and Wednesday evenings at 9 p.m., the show is an engaging, community-based show dedicated to creating a culture of inclusion. For the current season, host Tova Sherman provides us with an entertaining and informative opportunity to change the way we view disabilities in our community, workplace and beyond through discussions with experts on a variety of topics.
This week for the “Equalizing the Playing Field” episode, Tova will be speaking with the Honourable Tony Ince, MLA for Cole Harbour – Portland Valley and Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage and African Nova Scotian Affairs. As a teacher, educator and actor, Ince has a passion for the arts and social justice, and a true commitment to equalizing the playing field.
The full season’s schedule of Inclusion Revolution can be viewed on the Inclusion Revolution website: www.inclusionrevolution.com.
About Tony Ince
Tony Ince was elected MLA for Cole Harbour – Portland Valley on October 8, 2013 and currently serves as Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage and African Nova Scotian Affairs. Minister Ince was born and raised in the north-end of Halifax Nova Scotia. In addition to working for the Department of Community Services as a youth and family counsellor, he has chaired the African Canadian Advisory Board for Nova Scotia Community College and is a past member of the African Nova Scotian Advisory committee for the Halifax Regional School Board. As a teacher and educator, he has instructed history and drama, and been involved with instructing equity and diversity programs within Ontario high schools. He has a passion for social justice and fairness and a strong commitment to issues affecting youth. Tony Ince was also an actor. He has worked in the television and film industry since 1994; --having appeared in many movies and commercials. Recently, Mr. Ince was part of the Stryker-Indigo New York Production Team during filming of the documentary BLACK ICE.