Submitted by Amy Lovecraft
UAF is hosting its second Canada Days celebration with a reception for the Seattle Consulate, a film, a public lecture on the Canadian Constitution and a NAFTA Chapter 11 debate.
The schedule of events is as follows:
Monday, March 7
4:45-6:45 p.m. Gruening 405: Graduate student panel presentation Northern Studies MA students Ross Coen, Susan Larrabee and Natascha Sontag will present their research on Canadian topics.
7:30-8:30 p.m. Gruening 413: Climate on the Edge. This Canadian film directed by Alain Belhumeur presents the climate in global and historical context.
Tuesday, March 8
7:00-8:30 p.m. Schaible Hall: Rights Talk, Pillow Talk and Equality: Same-Sex Marriage and the Canadian Constitution. Public address by Dr. Ian Urquhart, University of Alberta.Wednesday, March 9
Noon reception at the Brooks gathering room with special guests: Canadian Consul General Jeffrey Parker (Seattle); Political, Economic Relations, and Public Affairs Officer Rudy Brueggemann of the Canadian Consulate in Anchorage; Dean Susan Henrichs, UAF Graduate School; Ann Ringstad, Assoc. Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and Community Engagement; Canadian students at UAF, and UAF administrators, faculty and students. Refreshments will include a variety of hors dâ€™hoeuvres, cookies and beverages.
3:30-5:30 p.m. at the Wood Center: NAFTA Debate by UAF students. Moderated by Dr. Ian Urquhart, Professor of Political Science, University of Alberta.
For more information contact Mary Ehrlander, firstname.lastname@example.org, at 907-474-6556.