Alberta and Quebec seem to have many political differences. What are the reasons for this and how can they be better understood? This study group will bring together up to 8 participants each from CALL and the McGill Community for Lifelong Learning (MCLL) to compare their societies and look for compromise approaches to issues. Group members will be expected to find written and other materials for discussion and provide overviews of the material. The topic for the first session will be the impact of COVID-19 in Quebec and Alberta-what have we learned?
|Time:||9:45 - 11:45 AM (Calgary)|
|Dates:||Sept 22, Oct 6, 20, Nov 3, 17, 2020|
|Where:||Online with Zoom|
|Max:||3/8 from Calgary, 3/8 from Montreal (no drop-ins)|
|Facilitators:||Ron Foyer (CALL) and Tony Frayne (MCLL)|
**You must be a member of CALL to register.**
Ron spent almost all of his working life involved with Information Technology. He has co-facilitated a CALL Current Affairs group for several years.
Tony is an economist who spent much of his professional life in the electricity sector. Now retired, his passions are current affairs, history and ski trips.