What challenges do Quebec and minority Francophone communities face today? In this Big Thinking event, Joseph Yvon Thériault, Canada Research Chair in Globalization, Citizenship and Democracy at the Université du Québec à Montréal and Royal Society of Canada Fellow, will discuss current realities for Francophones in the Americas.
RSC Atlantic, in partnership with Dalhousie University, is pleased to invite you to a lecture presented by New Fellow Thomas Marrie, Dean, Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University, on "Pneumonia - lessons from NS and Alberta".
The Eastern Ontario chapter of the Society, led by Michael Sayer, FRSC and Pierre du Prey, FRSC, are pleased to one again host the annual seminar by Fellows. This interdisciplinary symposium will feature four speakers from throughout the region, and is open to Fellows as well as the general public. This year’s speakers are:
What has made books - bound volumes of texts and images - so compelling for so many hundreds of years? Join us for Book Work. How Books Work, from Medieval Manuscripts to Contemporary Art, an evening of presentations and discussions on books, how they work, how they're made, and the roles they play in our lives. Book Work will take place on February 8th 2015 at 7:00pm at the Owens Art Gallery in Sackville, N.B.
This symposium will aim to enter the heated debate of the issues raised by transnational migration which shakes all contemporary societies and transforms our understanding of national identity today.
A key element of the Royal Society of Canada's (RSC) Strategic Plan is to “expand the reach of the RSC’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Annual Symposium”. Between 1945 and 1980, the AGM of the RSC was hosted at least once in every province of Canada, at 25 universities from coast to coast. In 2013, the RSC resumed the practice of moving the AGM around the country, beginning with a visit to Banff, Alberta.