Canadian Security and Defence when ‘Trump Cards’ are Being Played

The Discussion / Le Sujet
The past year has been one that it would have been extremely difficult to predict with any accuracy. In addition to the disruption that is being created domestically and internationally by the United States, many other nations are creating tensions in the international order, with economic tariffs, increasingly polarised rhetoric and changing power relationships. What does this mean for Canada and Canadians as we look to defend and secure our interests, our citizens and our nation? Join us for an informed, dynamic and forward-looking discussion with our panelists as we prepare for what is sure to be a challenging future.
L’année passée a été celui qu’il aurait été extrêmement difficile de prévoir avec n’importe quelle exactitude. En plus de la perturbation qui est crée à l’intérieur du pays et internationalement par les États-Unis, beaucoup d’autres nations crée des rapports tendus dans l’ordre international, avec des tarifs économiques, la rhétorique de plus en plus polarisée et des changements dans des relations de pouvoir. Qu’est-ce que ça signifie pour le Canada et des Canadiens comme nous nous preparons à défendre et sécuriser nos intérêts, nos citoyens et notre nation? Joignez-nous pour une discussion informée, dynamique et prévisionnelle avec nos intervenants comme nous préparons pour ce qui s’assure d’être un avenir stimulant.
There will be a additional session for exclusively for students immediately after the main discussion / Il y aura une session supplémentaire exclusivement pour des étudiants immédiatement après la discussion principale,
Our Panelists / Nos intervenants 
Moderator Richard Fadden is a former National Security Advisor and is a member of the CDA Institute Board of Directors.
Dr Bessma Momani is Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo and the Balsillie School of International Affairs. She is also a Senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation (CIGI) and Stimson Center in Washington DC.
Michael Day was the first Special Forces General Officer in Canada, holding key senior appointments within the Canadian Armed Forces and NATO. He now provides strategic advice and consults.
Dr Stephanie Carvin is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs specialising in international law, security, terrorism and technology.


Students click here to register / Étudiants – cliquez-ici pour enregistrer – $10 

Where? / Où? 
KPMG Offices, 150 Elgin Street, Suite 1800

When? / Quand?
5 September 11:00am to 2:00pm
le 5 septembre 11h00 au 14h00

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