Events Calendar: 2012
Take a moment to browse some of the important and exciting activities the IIGR has in store for 2012.
- Tuesday, 31st: The deadline for submissions for Volume 13 of the Institute's electronic student journal, Federalism-E. Click here to find out how to submit an article. For more information on the journal itself, or to download previous volumes, click here.
- 1st, 2nd, 7th and 8th: The Institute of Intergovernmental Relations (IIGR), located in the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University, offers, in Toronto, a four-day course in intergovernmental negotiations for Ontario public servants. It is based on a clear understanding of the needs of the OPS and the intentions of the Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs-Cabinet Office. For more information, follow the link.
- 26 - 27th:
Thinking Outside the Box: A Conference in Celebration of Thomas J. Courchene, takes place in Kingston, Ontario. This conference will celebrate Tom Courchene's many contributions to Canadian public policy, and will explore a variety of themes on which Tom has worked, such as economic policy, social policy, federalism, aboriginal policy, and climate change.
- 26 - 28th:
The Crown in Canada: A Diamond Jubilee Assessment, takes place in Regina, Saskatchewan. This academic conference will examine the institution of the Crown in Canada at a historic juncture. Visit the conference webpage for more information.
- 29th, 30th, and Dec. 1st: The 2012 State of the Federation conference,
Regions, Resoures and Resiliency, takes place in Kingston, Ontario. The conference will bring together academics, policymakers and politicians to engage in a constructive dialogue about regionalism, resources, and the resiliency of the Canadian federal system. Visit the conference webpage for more information.