A unique Canadian institution, the Glendon School of Public and International Affairs combines a comprehensive bilingualism with a focus upon both public and international affairs. Adopting a global perspective, the School explores the relationship between public institutions and their larger environment. Its purpose is to advance research on public and international affairs; provide a high-quality bilingual master’s program; and offer innovative professional development programming.
The Glendon School is located in mid-town Toronto on the fully bilingual Glendon Campus of York University. This picturesque setting is the ideal venue for bringing together public leaders and academic specialists to discuss and debate the challenges facing contemporary public life.
The flagship component of the School, our Master’s program offers a uniquely bilingual education that will prepare students for leadership roles in public life. Students become well-versed not only in public policy and administration, but in public affairs – a broader examination of Canadian public institutions and the international environments in which they function.
Thursday, October 15th, 2015
3 PM - 5 PM
Senate Chamber, York Hall C123
Glendon Campus - York University
Bruce M. Hicks
A. Alan Borovoy
1932 - 2015
Bruce M. Hicks
Bruce M. Hicks
Eugene Lang wrote for:
"We need new thinking to meet Canada's new challenges"
"Monetarism is dead, finally"
"What Keystone XL pipeline means to Barack Obama"
The Globe and Mail
"Canada's messy way of going to war"
Bruce Hicks wrote for:
"Lessons for Canada in how the UK appoints judges"
"How to reform the Senate in as little as one year's time"
Director Alex Himelfarb Named to Top 25 Influential People List
Deadline for Fall 2015 applications: February 11, 2015
Bob RAE, former Premier of Ontario
John McCALLUM, former Minister of National Defence
and former Chief Economist, Royal Bank
Kevin PAGE, former Parliamentary Budget Officer
Recent 2013-14 guests have included:
Mr. David Mulroney, Mr. Dominique Wolton, Hon. Pierre Pettigrew, Dr. Clayton Ruby, Amb. Marie-Anne Coninsx, Mr. Paul Heinbecker, Ms. Marie-Lucie Morin, Senator David Smith, Mr. Robert Calderisi, Ms. Marianne McLean, Mr. Tony Giles, Mr. Craig Scott, Mr. Irvin Studin, Mr. Eric Morse.
Alex Himelfarb, GSPIA andOfficial Blog:
|April 10, 2015|
|L'Impact de la première guerre mondiale sur le Canada et la France|
|April 9, 2015|
MPIA Year End Colloquium
|April 8, 2015|
|The Future of the Senate: Status Quo, Reform or Abolition?|
|March 2, 2015|
|New Thinking to Meet Canada's New Challenges: Breaking free from Neoliberalism|
|December 4, 2014|
|Greg Sorbara on Ontario Politics|
|November 27, 2014|
|How we go to War: Reflections on Canada's Decision-Making Process|
|October 23, 2014|
|Fiddling while Rome burns? A Conference on Public Intellectuals and the Future of Canada|
|October 21, 2014|
|October 7, 2014|
|US Mid-Term Elections|
|September 25, 2014|
|Irak et Syrie, au-delà de la descente aux enfers|
|October 14, 2013|
|Les promesses déçues du printemps arabe: de la démocratie illibérale e Égypte à la guerre civile en Syrie|
|October 24, 2013|
|La communication, enjeu de la paix et de la guerre au XXIe siècle|