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Welcome to EventsGC – your source for interdepartmental/inter-organizational public service events in Canada. This includes conferences, networking opportunities, functional community events, and more.
While this is not an exhaustive list, this page is aimed at populating a list of events for public service employees and our partners and aims to streamline the need to visit multiple places to access information about events or avoid the fear of missing out having not known about the events.
The content of this page is curated for you, by you. It’s a crowdsourced initiative. We want to work together with you to ensure no event is missed. It is an iterative initiative and we need your help to improve and grow its use.
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3. Submit your event for review (an administrator will review your content and publish your event once approved).
The deadline to submit events is the Friday before the week of your event.
1. Open and Inclusive –
Events featured on the calendar should be inclusive to an interdepartmental or inter-organizational audience.
2. Professional, Developmental or Business Social –
Events should be of a professional or developmental nature, but can also be social in the context of a professional event.
Conference, Webinar, Seminar, Networking Event, Mixers (e.g. related to networks or following a professional event/conference).
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National Security, Economic Prosperity and Canada’s Future
February 9 @ 13:30 - 14:30 EST
The international security and geopolitical landscape have shifted considerably. The complexity of traditional security issues is being matched by new non-traditional threats. On top of this, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a thematic lure or subterfuge for malicious threat actors to exploit vulnerabilities, emphasizing that the world around us has strategically reoriented. This shift provides an opportunity for Canada to modernize its thinking, to better protect future prosperity and enhance domestic security.
Join David Vigneault, Director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), for a discussion on the changing threat landscape and the ways in which Canada can contribute to an important strategic discussion around national security and intelligence practices. Additionally, Director Vigneault will discuss how we can better safeguard future economic growth, innovation, sovereignty and Canada’s national interests. A question and answer period from the audience, moderated by CIGI Managing Director Aaron Shull, will follow.
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