As a major component of the G7 Research Summit Series throughout 2018, the Arctic Sustainability Summit will occur on May 23 and 24 at the Palais des Congrès in Montreal. The objective of the summit is to gather domestic and international leaders to envision a future of Arctic sustainability that gives life to the G7 Science Academies’ declaration entitled “The Global Arctic: the sustainability of northern communities in the context of changing ocean systems”.
"Our Digital Future" is the first event in the 2018 G7 calendar related to digital technologies. The summit will occur on April 26th at the National Research Council, in Ottawa.
2018 is a banner year for Canada as an international leader addressing global problems using robust science and scholarship. Canada is President of the G7 from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018. Canada’s hosting of the G7 offers an ideal opportunity to share insights and evidence about urgent global issues, and, along the way, to illustrate how Canada’s substantial research capacity contributes to the making of a better future for all.
In Her Shoes
“Elegant, articulate, emotional , truthful and especially, powerful . Your voices will build our city into the 21st century community that it wants to be! “
The controversial approval of the Site C dam project by Premier Horgan and the NDP government won support from business and labour interests even as it was condemned by environmentalists and First Nations. To help sort through the issues involved, this forum brings together three experts, all of whom have offered policy advice on Site C, to provide perspective on the decision.
Royal Society of Canada Eastern Ontario Regional Seminar
Saturday, April 14, 2018, Queen’s University Club, 168 Stuart St, Kingston, ON
All Presentations are Free and Open to the Public
10:00 am: Peter Milliken
The Role of the Speaker of the House of Commons
The Presentation of New Fellows and College Members of the Quebec Chapter, as well as RSC Award Winners, takes place on Friday, April 13, 2018, at 9:30 a.m. at UQAM in Room DR-200 of Pavillon Athanase-David, 1430 Saint-Denis Street.
One new Fellow from each of the three Academies and the College will give a short address. They are:
On the 22nd of February 2018, the Royal Society of Canada, in collaboration with the Labrador Institute, Memorial University’s Department of Philosophy, and Newfoundland and Labrador NPO For a New Earth, is hosting a public symposium on the Muskrat Falls hydro-electrical project on the lower Churchill River in Labrador.
We are pleased to invite you to the inaugural public event of the newly-established Pacific Chapter of the Royal Society of Canada.
The event will showcase the work of recently-elected Fellows and Members of the College and provide opportunities for interaction. It should be a stimulating and lively gathering.
Details can be found in the poster.