PUBLIC POLICY ISSUES SPEAKER SERIES
Although all in-person Speaker Series remain cancelled due to COVID-19, the Public Policy Speaker Series returns September 17 with an online mini-series on Canadian Federalism in 2020
**A Few Spots Available**
Join us for the September 17 to October 1 mini-series on Canadian Federalism in 2020.
As coordinator of the Public Policy Speaker Series for two years, Dr. Audrey Doerr drew on her scholarly expertise as a professor and her wide-ranging experience as a senior executive in several departments of the federal government to create a highly successful Public Policy Speaker Series. In March, she began her mini-series on Canadian Federalism but could not complete it because of the cancellation of in-person meetings. CALL is delighted that she will now offer all three lectures in the series online.
Thursday, September 17: Canadian Federalism: Where Are We Going?
How have events and political issues shaped Canadian Federalism?
How do we balance regional interests among competing demands?
Some thoughts for the future
Thursday, September 24: Is Alberta the Lone Cowboy in Confederation?
The background to political protests in the province
What would a "fair deal" for Alberta look like?
How would we get there?
Thursday, October 1: How Does Indigenous Government Fit in Canadian Federalism?
Current forms of indigenous governments across Canada
The philosophy of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples
Some outstanding issues in current federal government policy
|Time:||11:00 AM - 12:15 PM|
|Dates:||Sept 17, 24; Oct 1|
|Where:||Online with Zoom|
|Speaker:||Dr. Audrey Doerr|
|Registration Deadline:||September 15|
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*Unlike in-person speaker series, this series is limited to CALL members and requires registration.