Dear Members and Friends of CIC-Toronto,
Our busy and highly topical 2012-2013 programming year continues with a panel event on the US Presidential election!
We are just finalizing plans for an event to take place on the evening of Wednesday, 7 November – the night following the US election – at 6:30pm, hosted by Ryerson University.
The panel that will be analysing the results of the election and its impact to US domestic foreign policy, as well as to it’s relationship with Canada, includes:
- Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman – Canada’s Ambassador in Moscow in 1992, Ambassador in Rome (1996-2000), High Commissioner in London (2000-2002), and Ambassador to the EU in Brussels (2002-2006).
- Dr Arne Kislenko – Associate Professor, Ryerson University; Adjunct Professor, Munk Centre for International Studies, UofT, and
- Dr Robert Teigrob – department of History, Ryerson University.
The event is FREE. There is no pre-registration process for the event; however, as our last two events sold out, and seating is not guaranteed for this event, we would suggest that those interested in hearing the panel arrive at least 15 minutes early to secure a seat.
A flyer with details should be going out to CIC-Toronto members and friends in the coming days!
As always, consider becoming a member of the CIC-Toronto branch and joining our community of interested and active individuals, who you will find are as diverse as our great city – Please check out our Membership page.
Jo-Ann Davis, President, CIC-Toronto branch