Past Events

09 November 2011

M. Claude Corbo, President, and M. Yves Mauffette, Vice-President, Research and Innovation, cordially invite the UQAM  Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada to a reception with the President of the Royal Society of Canada, Yolande Grisé, in celebration of UQAM’s long-standing association with the Royal Society of Canada.

02 November 2011

M. Denis Brière, President, and Mme Sophie D'Amours, Vice-President, Research and Innovation, cordially invite the Université Laval Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada to a reception with the President of the Royal Society of Canada, Yolande Grisé, in celebration of Université Laval’s long-standing association with the Royal Society of Canada.

24 October 2011

Professor Jamie Cassels, President, and Dr. Howard Brunt, Vice-President, Research, cordially invite the University of Victoria Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada to a reception with the President of the Royal Society of Canada, Yolande Grisé, in celebration of University of Victoria’s long-standing association with the Royal Society of Canada.

18 October 2011

Dr. Indira Samarasekera, President, and Dr. Lorne Babiuk, Vice-President, Research, cordially invite the University of Alberta Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada to a reception with the President of the Royal Society of Canada, Yolande Grisé, in celebration of University of Alberta’s long-standing association with the Royal Society of Canada.

03 October 2011

Dr. David Naylor, President, and Professor R. Paul Young, Vice-President, Research, cordially invite the University of Toronto Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada to a reception with the President of the Royal Society of Canada, Yolande Grisé, in celebration of University of Toronto’s long-standing association with the Royal Society of Canada.

22 September 2011

This lecture, the second in a series by Dr. James Miller, FRSC, of the University of Saskatchewan, explains how negotiation of territorial treaties in southern Ontario in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century set the pattern for a series of post-1867 treaties between First Nations and the Crown in western and northern Canada. The Upper Canadian treaties were the foundation of a Canadian territorial treaty-making tradition.

20 September 2011

Dr. Robert Campbell, President, and Dr. Karen Grant, Provost and Vice-President, Academic and Research, cordially invite the Mount Allison University Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada to a reception with the President of the Royal Society of Canada, Yolande Grisé, in celebration of the Mount’s long-standing association with the Royal Society of Canada.

20 September 2011

This lecture in Halifax/Sackville, the first in a series by Dr. James Miller, FRSC, of the University of Saskatchewan, explains how early commercial compacts and peace and friendship treaties in eastern Canada formed the foundation of a lengthy tradition of treaty-making between Aboriginal peoples and the Crown that unfolded across the country over four centuries.

19 September 2011

This lecture in Halifax/Sackville, the first in a series by Dr. James Miller, FRSC, of the University of Saskatchewan, explains how early commercial compacts and peace and friendship treaties in eastern Canada formed the foundation of a lengthy tradition of treaty-making between Aboriginal peoples and the Crown that unfolded across the country over four centuries.

09 September 2011

Dr. Thomas Traves, President, and Dr. Martha Crago, Vice-President Research, cordially invite the Dalhousie University Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada to a reception with the President of the Royal Society of Canada, Yolande Grisé, in celebration of Dalhousie’s long-standing association with the Royal Society of Canada.

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