Ottawa, CDA Institute Roundtable: Canadian Security and Defence When “Trump Cards” Are Being Played 11:00 am
Ottawa, CDA Institute Roundtable: Canadian Security and Defence When “Trump Cards” Are Being Played @ KPMG Offices
Sep 5 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Moderator: Richard Fadden is a former National Security Advisor and is a member of the CDA Institute Board of Directors. Panelists: Dr Bessma Momani is Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo and[...]
Halifax: Distinguished Speaker Series, Cdr Nathan Decicco, CO HMCS Charlottetown, recently returned from Op NANOOK & the Canadian Arctic (RUSI NS) 11:30 am
Halifax: Distinguished Speaker Series, Cdr Nathan Decicco, CO HMCS Charlottetown, recently returned from Op NANOOK & the Canadian Arctic (RUSI NS) @ RA Park Officer's Mess
Sep 19 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Moderator: Richard Fadden is a former National Security Advisor and is a member of the CDA Institute Board of Directors.
- Dr Bessma Momani is Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo and the Balsillie School of International Affairs. She is also a Senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation (CIGI) and Stimson Center in Washington DC.
- Michael Day was the first Special Forces General Officer in Canada, holding key senior appointments within the Canadian Armed Forces and NATO. He now provides strategic advice and consults.
- Dr Stephanie Carvin is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs specialising in international law, security, terrorism and technology.
There will be a additional session for exclusively for students immediately after the main discussion / Il y aura une session supplémentaire exclusivement pour des étudiants immédiatement après la discussion principale
The legal consumption cannabis is soon to be a reality in Canada. While much of the current discussion has centred about the sale of this soon to be legal commodity, the impact on many workplaces, in particular the military, police, first responders and others may be challenging in implementation. Join us for a multi-faceted discussion that will examine the context, challenges and concerns of one arm of society that is part of the safeguarding of lives and livelihoods for Canadians as the recreational use of cannabis becomes legal.
La consommation légale de cannabis doit bientôt être une réalité au Canada. Tandis qu’une grande partie de la discussion actuelle a centré de la vente de cannabis, l’impact sur beaucoup de lieux de travail, en particulier les forces militaires, la police, les premiers intervenantes et d’autres peuvent être stimulants dans la mise en œuvre. Joignez-nous pour une discussion à multiples facettes qui examinera le contexte, des défis et les préoccupations d’une partie de société qui fait partie de la protection de vies et des moyens de subsistance pour des Canadiens comme l’utilisation de cannabis devient légale.
The Canadian Forces College/Centre for National Security Studies and the Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in the Study of Canadian North, Dr. Whitney Lackenbauer, are proud to present “An Important International Crossroads: Implementing Canada’s Arctic Priorities in Strong, Secure, Engaged.” Symposium participants will have an opportunity to hear from thought leaders and practitioners on a host of topics including: Geostrategic Considerations, Geopolitical Drivers, and Domestic Priorities; Arctic Surveillance, Control, and Continental Defence; NATO and the Arctic; Enhancing Arctic Mobility and Operations; and Leveraging Northern Knowledge and Diversity. During the second afternoon, participants will also have an opportunity to engage in a facilitated exercise that will explore potential disruptive changes in or to the Arctic that may change the Canadian defence and security landscape.
Dress: Business Casual