DATE: April 4, 2016 12:00pm - 2:00pm, 140 SCR Poster Refugee Rights Day in Canada (PDF) Refugee Rights Day in Canada is celebrated each year on April 4th to recognize and to acknowledge the Supreme Court of Canada's famous 1985 decision in Singh. This was one of the first decisions of the Supreme Court of […]
DATE: March 31, 2016 12:00pm - 1:30pm, 140 SCR The cost of a university education continues to rise, especially in Ontario, where tuition fees are among the highest in the country. Fortunately, there are a number of tax rules that can help offset the cost of university as well as a number of social benefit […]
DATE: March 17, 2016 12:00pm - 1:30pm, 140 SCR In December of 2015 Westlaw/Carswell/Canada Law Book published the second edition of the book The Law of Government Ethics: Federal, Ontario and British Columbia. The presentation will focus on some of the major trends in ethics law, some of the technical changes in some areas and […]
DATE: March 9, 2016 12:00pm - 1:30pm, 140 SCR EUNICE MACHADO is Crown Counsel in the Ministry of the Attorney General and previously a Partner at Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP. Eunice will discuss her career as a lawyer and her varied experience in terms of what lawyers really do. Eunice Machado Poster (PDF) For […]
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Prof. Dauphinee will discuss how creative writing is currently changing the scholarly landscape of academic international relations. She will talk about the catalysts that led her to write her first novel, The Politics of Exile, and about how both theory and politics converge in our everyday encounters. DATE: Tuesday January 26, 2016 […]
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS - DAVID BARNES & DINO RADOCCHIA of Barnes Management Group. The role of not for profits and their relationships with government and industry are rapidly changing. Join us for a discussion on current ideas and solutions for the challenges facing the sector including leadership, funding, governance, technology and partnerships. DATE: Wednesday January 20, […]
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - DR. BENJAMIN LOWINSKY His research and scholarship reflect a diversity of topics, pertaining to, among other things, American–German relations, American foreign policy and the cold war, educational policy and practice, digital technology and the metamorphosis of our institutions and values, and recent political, economic, and social developments in Germany. DATE: Wednesday January […]
Listen to interesting speakers on a variety of topics and eat a free lunch! Students who attend 6 lunch talks over the year will receive a Certificate of Participation, while those who attend 10 talks or more will receive a Certificate of Active. Talks take place in the Senior Common Room.