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Series A - Winter 2017

Series A  - Canada at 150

canada at 150 360pxIn 2017 Canada marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Anniversaries mean different things to different people. For some they are fairly unimportant since they merely represent the passage of time. For others they are occasions for displays of pomp and patriotism. For yet others they provide an opportunity to reflect on the past, the present, and the future. This series of lectures will be devoted to such reflection.


Series A – $67/person, 5 lectures
Series A & B – $124/person, 10 lectures

New: Lectures may have available seats at $20.00. Call ahead for single availability.

Where and when:

All lectures start at 10am and are held at Crossroads United Church, 690 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd unless otherwise stated. See "Things You Should Know" section on homepage for other routine details.

Series A created with Louis A. Delvoie and Charles Pentland


13 Jan to 10 Feb 2017


Links to some of our speakers are available here if  you wish to learn more.

Jan. 13:

Ambassador (R) Louis A. Delvoie, Centre for International and Defence Policy, Queen’s.

Canada: A Miraculous Country

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Jan. 20:

Professor Kyle Hanniman, Institudeof Intergoverment Relations, Queen’s. Canada:

The State of the Federation

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Dr. Duncan Sinclair, Former Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Queen’s. Canada:

The Triumphs and Travails of Medicare

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Feb. 3:

Professor Charles Pentland, Centre for International and Defence Policy, Queen’s

Canada: In a New World Orbit

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Professor Margaret Moore, Dept. Of Political Studies, Queen’s Canada:

The Triumphs and Travails of Multiculturalism

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