Canada and Quebec: Does the Right's New Frontier Foreshadow a More Conservative Canada? 11/26

11.15.07

Canada Program Seminar:

Canada and Quebec: Does the Right's New Frontier Foreshadow a More Conservative Canada?

Chantel Hebert, The Toronto Star

Monday, Nov. 26, 4pm

Theatre Room, (lower level), Harvard Faculty Club,

20 Quincy Street, Cambridge

 

Chantal Hébert is a national affairs writer with the Toronto Star as well as a guest columnist for Le Devoir. She is a weekly participant on the political panel at Issue on the CBC’s The National. She is also a regular participant in various other television and radio current affairs programs in French and English. Ms Hébert started her career in Toronto as a reporter for the regional newsroom of Radio-Canada in 1975 before moving on to Parliament Hill for Radio-Canada radio. She has served as bureau chief for Le Devoir and La Presse. In the past, her columns have appeared in the Ottawa Citizen, the National Post and the London Free Press. Hébert is a graduate of Glendon College, York University. She is a Senior Fellow of Massey College at the University of Toronto. She is a recipient of two Asia-Pacific media fellowships (Malaysia and Japan). She is the 2 005 recipient of the APEX Public Service Award. In 2 006, she received the Hy Solomon award for excellence in journalism and public policy as well as York University’s Pinnacle Achievement Bryden Alumni award. She is the author of a 2007 book titled French Kiss: Stephen Harper’s Blind Date with Quebec.

The Canada Seminar is off the record, free and open to the public, and chaired by Professor Richard Simeon, the 2007-08 William Lyon Mackenzie King Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies. For more information on the Canada Program and Seminar series, please check: http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu/programs/canada


REMINDER - CANADA AT HARVARD
STUDENT FUNDING PROGRAMS - STUDY ABROAD, DISSERTATION RESEARCH and COMPLETION GRANTS

The WCFIA CANADA PROGRAM, made possible by the William Lyon Mackenzie King Endowment, invites applicants from all disciplines to apply for 

 

GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS of up to $20,000 each for research or completion of dissertations focusing on Canadian topics. One of the fellowship recipients will be named the William Lyon Mackenzie King Fellow, could concurrently be appointed as a Graduate Student Associate of the WCFIA, and be given shared office space

GRADUATE STUDENT UNRESTRICTED RESEARCH GRANTS of up to $5,000 each

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT THESIS GRANTS of up to $3,000 each for field research in Canada
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THE OFFICE of INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS – KILLAM FELLOWSHIP for UNDERGRADUATE STUDY ABROAD/EXCHANGE

The Killam Fellowship offers Harvard undergraduates an opportunity to spend a semester studying abroad in Canada, with

$5,000 toward the cost of tuition at a Canadian university

$1,000 in the form of a travel grant

An all-expenses paid trip to Ottawa or Washington, DC, to meet with other Killam Fellows, and

Recipients pay no fees for student services or health insurance during their time abroad

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FIPSE EXCHANGE PROGRAM for GRADUATES and CONTINUING UNDERGRADUATES

The exchange program, Mobility, Society, and Governance in North America, allows for semester-length study abroad in Canada at the University of Montreal or the University of British Columbia. Recipients receive a $3,000 stipend to help cover living expenses

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WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE KING HARVARD SCHOLARSHIP for GRADUATING SENIORS

The William Lyon Mackenzie King Harvard Scholarship provides partial funding toward a year of postgraduate study in a Canadian university and in a specifically Canadian field

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL Canada@wcfia.harvard.edu or check

http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu/programs/canada

http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu/about/funding/student_main.htm

http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~oip/resources/killam.html

http://www.drclas.harvard.edu/students/mexico

http://www.ocs.fas.harvard.edu/students/fellowships/calendar.htm#Mackenzie