Public event: Canada's Contribution to Global Security, 23-26 July
“Canada’s Contribution to Global Security” —the Canadian Pugwash Group's three-day public conference on the occasion of Canada’s 150th and Pugwash's 60th — is now underway in Halifax, featuring expert speakers and breakout discussions on the past, present and future. Share your views from a Canadian perspective. Download a poster or browse the program here.
Wednesday, July 26: day trip to Thinkers Lodge in Pugwash Village. While you are in the area, take in the Vern Theissen play Pugwash at Ships Company Theatre in Parrsboro. More information here.
On November 14th, 2014 The Canadian Pugwash Group & Science for Peace co-sponsored the Eric Fawcett Forum at Hart House, U of T. on Responding to ISIS: The role of Canada and the International Community.
On November 14, the CNWC hosted Toronto area recipients of the Order of Canada who have called for negotiations toward a Nuclear Weapons Convention as an effective means of advancing the goal of a world without nuclear weapons.
Metta Spencer wears one poppy. Phyllis Creighton wears two - one white and one red: [Proud to wear a white poppy on Remembrance Day] By Catherine Porter, Toronto Star Columnist.