CSPS Virtual Café Series
The CSPS Virtual Café Series explores a range of topics of broad interest through moderated conversations with leaders from within and outside of the public service. These conversations feature leading academic experts, non-governmental leaders, media personalities, and public servants sharing and debating their ideas and perspectives on a range of economic, social and technological topics.
Through these engaging conversations, participants will learn about new concepts and get insights into strategic issues and trends facing Canada today and into the future.
|March 19, 2021
||Talking Space Exploration with Lindy Elkins-Tanton and Sarah Gallagher
|March 2, 2021
||Artificial Intelligence with Gillian Hadfield, Karen Hao, and Shingai Manjengwa
|February 8, 2021
||A Conversation on Cyber Security with Melissa Hathaway and Scott Jones
|February 1, 2021
||Lived Experiences of Black Canadians
|January 21, 2021
||Canada and the New US Administration - What Can We Expect?
|January 19, 2021
||Reflections on a Shifting International Order, with Ann Fitz-Gerald and David Carment
|December 3, 2020
||Everything You Wanted to Know About Polling with Anil Arora, Claire Durand and Nik Nanos
|December 1, 2020
||A Conversation on Indigenous Health with Dr. Stanley Vollant and Chief Ghislain Picard
|October 22, 2020
||The Future of Work – A Conversation with Armine Yalnizyan and Gary Bolles
|October 7, 2020
||Keeping Canada Safe – Talking National and Public Security (rebroadcast)
|September 30, 2020
||Climate Change – Where Do We Go From Here?
|August 14, 2020
||What's Going on Down There? A Look at Our American Neighbours
|July 16, 2020
||Talking Canada Through Numbers with Anil Arora and Nik Nanos
|July 14, 2020
||Keeping Canada Safe – Talking National and Public Security
|June 26, 2020
|| In Conversation with Hassan Yussuff and Goldy Hyder
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