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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[...]
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Ottawa: RoundTable, “Blunt” Talk: Legalised Cannabis when Lives & Livelihoods are at Risk, with LGen Charles Lamarre, Chief of Mil Personnel (CDA Inst) 2:00 pm
Ottawa: RoundTable, “Blunt” Talk: Legalised Cannabis when Lives & Livelihoods are at Risk, with LGen Charles Lamarre, Chief of Mil Personnel (CDA Inst) @ Hill & Knowlton Strategies Offices
Sep 11 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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,[...]
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Kingston: Graduate Student Symposium (CDAI)
Kingston: Graduate Student Symposium (CDAI)
Sep 30 – Oct 2 all-day
See: http://cdainstitute.ca/events/graduate-student-symposium/

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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
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Edmonton, Symposium: Canada’s lack of Policy on Countermeasures to Nuclear Contamination (RUSI Edm)
Sep 22 all-day
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Kingston: Graduate Student Symposium (CDAI)
Sep 30 – Oct 2 all-day

See: http://cdainstitute.ca/events/graduate-student-symposium/

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Ottawa: Arctic Symposium (CF College/Centre for Nat’l Security Studies) @ Saint Paul University, Guiges Bldg, Rm 1124
Oct 10 – Oct 11 all-day

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

Halifax, Shelley Hopkins, Exec Dir, Halifax & Region Mil Family Res Centre: MFRC Services to Families of Veterans Released on Medical Grounds (RUSI NS) @ RA Park Officer's Mess
Oct 10 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
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Victoria: Maritime Security Challenges 2018: Pacific Seapower (NLOC)
Oct 15 – Oct 18 all-day

See: https://mscconference.com/

Regina, Forum 2018, CIMVHR and Univ of Regina @ University of Regina
Oct 15 – Oct 17 all-day
Ottawa: AGM, Canadian Forces Logistics Assn (CFLA) @ All Ranks Mess, CRPTC
Oct 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Ottawa: Presentation of Royal Canadian Logistics Service by Her Excellency, Governor General Julie Payette (CFLA) @ Parliament Hill
Oct 16 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
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Ottawa & Online nationally: Defence Team Career & Networking Fair @ Online & multiple locations, incl. Diefenbaker Bldg
Oct 17 all-day

The Blueprint 2020 team invites all of the Defence Team, including civilians, serving Regular and Reserve Force members, current and past students, to the first Defence Team Career and Networking Fair.

The Fair will be held on 17 October, 2018 in Ottawa, at the Diefenbaker Building, at 111 Sussex Drive, as well as in numerous locations across Canada. This nationwide event is also going to be available online through a virtual platform, making it easier for everyone to attend from their own workplace.

The Fair will be your opportunity to discover the diversity of occupations that exists within the CAF and DND, including areas of growth and employment gaps.  This event provides an excellent occasion for those personnel facing transition, such as students and retiring CAF members, to explore the options for the next phase of their career. Kiosks and workshops will also showcase job-related services and benefits, and inform you on the resources available to ensure your professional development, health and well-being.

The “Career Connections” networking portion of this event will be your chance to explore career opportunities by talking directly with functional and organizational leaders and recruiters. A panel will discuss “Keys to Success: Candid advice on how to succeed in your career”.

For info and registration details:  https://dtcareerfair.vfairs.com/