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Events

The Network and individual RDCs offer many learning and training opportunities to researchers, students and the greater public across Canada. Annually, the Network holds a large conference where the most recent research results on a specific topic are presented. Several RDCs also organize workshops and training sessions as well as symposiums and luncheons.

In addition to information about current and past CRDCN activities, this section lists relevant events organized by compatible organizations.

Featured Event

 

2017 CRDCN Conference
Call for proposals

The many faces of inequality: from measurement to policy

Submit your proposal by June 15, 2017

Other Conferences and Seminars News

The story of Canada's ethnocultural diversity in numbers

On April 25, Statistics Canada will host the first of a four-part speaker series organized to mark the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Peter S. Li, Professor Emeritus at the University of Saskatchewan, will address the ‘construction of diversity’ in Canada, based not only on demographic realities but also on normative values at different points in time. His presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with Jack Jedwab, Ümit Kiziltan, Nora Spinks, Yoko Yoshida and Jean-Pierre Corbeil. The Chief Statistician of Canada, Anil Arora, will chair the event. Register early, as space is limited.

Toronto RDC Data Day - Stories Data Tell

The Toronto RDC invites you to its first Data Day which will be held in the Robarts Library on April 27. The program includes a keynote address by Dr. Valerie Tarasuk on food insecurity in Canada, and a plenary discussion moderated by Dr. Cameron Crawford at the end of the day. Registration is free but mandatory.

30 March 2017 - 10:45am |

Call for Panel Proposals: Celebrating 150 Years of Achievements

The Canadian Science Policy Centre is inviting panel proposals for the 2017 Canadian Science Policy Conference which will be held in Ottawa, next November. To mark Canada’s 150th anniversary, this year's conference will explore the achievements of science technology and innovation in the past 150 years, and discuss how we should align our policies to achieve greater prosperity in the next 50 years. The deadline to sumit a proposal is April 7. A detailed description of panel formats can be found here.

10 February 2017 - 10:55am |