The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History and the Canadian International Council is pleased to announce a special rate for students ($30- general admission rate is $200) to attend "Canadian Foreign Policy: Traditions and Transitions." The event will be packed with leading figures including former prime ministers, diplomats, the current Lieutenant Governor, former UN officials and many more: David Mulroney, Barbara McDougall, Paul Martin, Janice Stein, Tom Axworthy, Bill Graham, Elizabeth Dowsdeswell, Jack Cunningham, Hugh Segal, Jim Stanford, Lloyd Axworthy,Robert Bothwell, Louis Pauly and many more. Don't miss out on this opportunity!
Take advantage of our early bird rates and register for the Canadian Foreign Policy: Traditions and Transitions conference. Early bird rates are available until April 20. Special registration rates are available for students. Seating for this event is limited.
This conference will focus upon the traditions of Canadian policy and assess their impact today and their relevance for the future. Scholars, practitioners, and former political leaders will lead the discussions in an event sponsored by the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History and the Canadian International Council.
The conference will feature a keynote address by the Hon. Bill Graham, Chancellor, Trinity College, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, and former Minister of National Defense. The address is entitled “Reflections of a Defence and Foreign Minister.”
Two new book series associated with the Graham Centre will be launched at the conference: the C.D. Howe Series in Canadian Political History with the University of British Columbia Press and the Contemporary Canadian Issues Series with Dundurn Press.
May 13th – May 15th, 2015
Trinity College, University of Toronto
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