One year into her appointment, Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner Dianne Saxe is reaching out to students to raise awareness of the right of all Ontarians to know about - and have a say in - government decisions that affect the environment. Join us to hear from Dianne Saxe on the watchdog role of the Commissioner’s office, her experiences as Commissioner and thoughts for the future, and what the Environmental Bill of Rights means for students who want to be a voice for positive change.
Questions and general discussion will follow brief remarks by Dianne Saxe.
A conversation with Ontario's Environmental Commissioner, Dr. Dianne Saxe
Ni la mort ni les impôts ne peuvent être évités, mais nous pouvons les rendre moins douloureux. Joignez-vous à nos chercheurs en sciences sociales pour une discussion concernant les questions entourant les soins de fin de vie et leurs impacts sur les finances publiques. Notre panel d’experts discutera de l’apport des sciences sociales aux principaux enjeux entourant les soins palliatifs au Canada.
Death and Taxes — neither can be avoided, but we can render them less painful. Join our social scientists for a discussion of issues surrounding end-of-life care and their implications for public finance. Our panel of experts will engage in a lively discussion on how social science informs key aspects of palliative care in Canada.
The International Office is excited to announce that there will be a presentation by Steve Hewitt from the University of Birmingham on November 16th. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about studying in the UK and it will also give you the chance to ask any questions that you may have. If you have already attended one of our information sessions, attending this presentation is optional but it will provide you with additional exchange information specific to the UK.