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A Dialogue for Solutions to the Climate Crisis

Transforming our societies and economies away from a reliance on fossil fuels is one of the greatest public policy challenges of our time. To meet the Paris Agreement targets, Canada needs to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030. There is an every growing array of solutions to meet this challenge. This Dialogue brings together experts, policy professionals and the public to discuss a range of policy solutions to the climate crisis. Participants will brainstorm solutions and together we will map out strategies for action on climate change.

Special Issue of Journal Focuses on Indigenous Governance & Public Administration

The December issue of the Journal of Canadian Public Administration/ Administration publique du Canada, edited by Prof. Evert Lindquist, is a special issue focusing on Indigenous governance and public administration. Among the authors are three graduates of the School’s PhD program.

Learn to Meditate

Our core practice is Meditation and Mindful Awareness. These are key tools in the development of conscious and compassionate ways of being present to the complex and stressful reality of our lives.Free. Drop-in when you can. No experience necessary.

Labyrinth by Sound & Candlelight

Illuminate your journey as you walk the Labyrinth.

PAIN AND GLORY

Object Biographies: Artists’ Lives through their Archives

Legacy Maltwood| at the Mearns Centre – McPherson Library
Lekwungen territory

Advanced Research Computing Winter School

Advanced Research Computing Winter School

Examinations