|Friday, September 17, 2021||12:00PM - 1:00PM||Online Event, Online Event|
Canada-United Kingdom Colloquium
We are delighted to invite you to the virtual launch of the official report of the 2021 Canada-United Kingdom Colloquium on Federalism, Devolution & COVID-19, written by Ms. Laurie Stephens. The report is available for download on the registration page.
Please join us at 12pm ET/5pm London Time on Sept 17th via Zoom for our panel discussion as we formally launch the report! There will be ample opportunities for an interactive Q/A with the audience as well, moderated by Prof. Peter Loewen, CUKC Co-Chair & Professor at the University of Toronto.
Opening remarks from Prof Peter Loewen, CUKC Co-Chair
Welcome remarks from Canadian High Commissioner to the UK, HE The Hon. Ralph E. Goodale, PC
Welcome remarks from British High Commissioner to Canada, HE Susannah Goshko CMG
Panel Discussion featuring:
Senator Peter Harder,PC (Senate of Canada)
Andrew Lewer MBE MP (Member of Parliament for Northampton South)
Dr Mireille Paquet (Concordia University Research Chair on the Politics of Immigration)
Prof Martin McKee CBE (Professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Prof Peter Loewen, moderator (CUKC Co-Chair & Professor at the University of Toronto)
Concluding remarks from Anthony Cary CMG, Chairman, Canada-UK Council
We will be emailing the Zoom link to you separately upon successful registration.
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