The party will hold a debate in Montreal, Que. 1:30-3 p.m. Club Soda, 1225 St. Laurent Blvd. In order to vote for the leader, you need to become a member of the NDP no later than Aug. 17. Online voting begins Sept. 18 and a leader will be announced no later than Oct. 29. ndp.ca/event-rsvp/4jws8.
The bank is expected to make its latest interest rate announcement. 10 a.m.
From Sept. 6-10, Canada will host the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, in Montreal, Que. The 46th session of the IPCC will open at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) headquarters, 999 Boulevard Robert-Bourassa, Montreal, Que. ipcc.ch.
The party will hold a debate in Vancouver. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. The York Theatre, 639 Commercial Dr. In order to vote for the leader, you need to become a member of the NDP no later than Aug. 17. Online voting begins Sept. 18 and a leader will be announced no later than Oct. 15. ndp.ca/event-rsvp/4jws2.
On Sept. 13, Statistics Canada will release data from the 2016 census on income.
The second annual Parliament Hill Open is taking place Saturday, Sept. 16. Mont Cascades Golf Club, Cantley, Que. (30 minutes from Ottawa). Tee times start around 11 a.m.; best-ball format, with a bevy of prizes, and an auction raising money for the Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award, a six-week CP internship for an aspiring photographer that honours the memory of one of its most celebrated and popular press gallery members. Sign up as a complete foursome or as a single or pair. $95, includes green fee, power cart, and steak dinner. Email CP Ottawa’s James McCarten (email@example.com) or the CBC’s Paul MacInnis (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information or to hold your space.
This annual race weekend features members of the public and Canadian Armed Forces. Sunday, Sept. 17. Register online via armyrun.ca. Festival Plaza, Ottawa City Hall.
Leadership candidates will have one last chance to pitch to voters before voting begins tomorrow. Hamilton, Ont.
The House of Commons resumes on Sept. 18 and is scheduled to sit weekdays until Oct. 6. It will take a one-week break, Oct. 9-13. It will sit again for four consecutive weeks, meeting weekdays from Monday, Oct. 16 to Friday, Nov. 10. It will take a one-week break from Nov. 13-17 and will return on Monday, Nov. 20, to sit every weekday for four consecutive weeks until Friday, Dec. 15. The House is scheduled to adjourn that day.
The first ballot results announcement will take place Oct. 1, and subsequent ballot results each following week until a winner is determined. A new leader will be selected no later than Oct. 15.
This two-day conference will examine issues affecting Canadian consumers, including the cost of prescription drugs, sharing economy platforms, air passenger protections, and much more. Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 19-20. For complete information and to register, please visit consumers150.ca. The conference is being hosted by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre, Option consommateurs, the Consumers Council of Canada, and Union des consommateurs.
The Senate is set to resume on Sept. 19. It is scheduled to sit Tuesday to Thursday (with the option of adding Mondays and Fridays) for three consecutive weeks until Oct. 5, with a break week Oct. 9-13. It will resume sitting Oct. 17 to Nov. 9, which will be followed by another break week, Nov. 13-17. It will come back Nov. 21 to Dec. 22.
The Bloc Québécois caucus will meet from 9:30 a.m. in the Francophonie room (263-S) in Centre Bock, on Wednesday. For more information, call press attaché Julie Groleau, 514-792-2529.
The Conservatives will meet for their national caucus meeting. For more information, contact Cory Hann, director of communications with the Conservative Party of Canada at email@example.com.
The Liberals will meet in Room 237-C Centre Block on Parliament Hill. For more information, please call Liberal Party media relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-627-2384.
The NDP caucus will meet from 9:15-11 a.m. in Room 112-N Centre Block, on Wednesday. For more information, please call the NDP Media Centre at 613-222-2351 or email@example.com.
This event will highlight the next generation of African leaders, education access and equality, youth, gender equality, and social justice issues. Featuring Amos Odero (The MasterCard Foundation), Ahmed Osaa (Canadian Muslim Women’s Institute volunteer), Kim Samuel (McGill University professor), Violette Uwamutana (DOT Rwanda), and more. Tuesday, Sept. 26, 6:30 p.m., Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat, Aga Khan Foundation Canada, 199 Sussex Dr., Ottawa. Registration required. $12-$20. For tickets, visit eventbrite.ca/e/the-walrus-talks-africas-next-generation-ottawa-tickets-34674188431.
The Canada Media Fund will host its second annual showcase event, on Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the Sir John A. Macdonald Building (144 Wellington St., Ottawa). The event will feature the best of Canadian television and digital productions, including opportunities to experience new video games and virtual reality projects funded by the Canada Media Fund, and interact with the stars of top Canadian television shows. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first ballot results announcement will take place Oct. 1 in Toronto, and subsequent ballot results each following week until a winner is determined. A new leader will be selected no later than Oct. 15.
On Oct. 4 and 5, 2017, the Van Horne Institute will host the 2017 Canadian Inland Ports Conference in Calgary, Alta. This conference will focus on the theme: Canada’s Ports: Gateways to Enable Trade, which will bring together experts from around the world to discuss inland ports and their importance to their local, provincial, and national economies. It will showcase five of Canada’s inland ports located across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia; as well as major Canadian ports and stakeholders. Early-bird registration before Sept. 5: $895. Registration after Sept. 5: $995. Please contact Bryndis Whitson at email@example.com or 587-430-0292 for more information. http://www.vanhorneinstitute.com/event/2017-canadian-inland-ports-conference/.
The race officially began on July 2, 2016, and a new leader will be selected no later than Oct. 15, 2017.
Our world is rapidly changing, and Canada needs to keep up. Join The Walrus Talks and Concordia for The Walrus Talks Disruption, happening at the National Arts Centre, 1 Elgin St., on Oct. 24, 7-9 p.m. Seven speakers—including CBC radio host Terry O'Reilly, writer Lisa Charleyboy, and more—will discuss changes in health care, technology, industry, media, and more. Full event details and tickets are available online at thewalrus.ca/events.
Join university presidents, students, and researchers from across Canada for a fun fall gathering in the spirit of a campus homecoming celebration. Tuesday, Oct. 24. 6:30 p.m. Riviera, 62 Sparks St. By invitation only. For inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-563-3961 (226).
The bank is expected to make its latest interest rate announcement as well as publish its quarterly Monetary Policy Report. 10 a.m.
On Oct. 25, Statistics Canada will release data from the 2016 census on immigration and ethnocultural diversity, housing, and Aboriginal peoples.
The International Economic Forum of the Americas hosts this annual event featuring speakers typically including heads of state, central bank governors, ministers, and global economic decision-makers. Oct. 30-Nov. 1.
Canada will host this conference. Nov. 14-15, 2017. Vancouver, B.C. canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/campaigns/peacekeeping-defence-ministerial.html.
The Walrus Talks returns to Ottawa on Tuesday, Nov. 28 for The Walrus Talks Health at the Canadian Museum of Nature (240 McLeod St.) from 7-10 p.m. Six speakers—including Deep Genomics CEO Brendan Frey, Women’s College Research Institute senior scientist Dr. Steve Narod, and Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement president Maureen O’Neil—will discuss innovation in medicine and the health-care system of the future. Full event details and tickets are available online at thewalrus.ca/events.
On Nov. 29, Statistics Canada will release data from the 2016 census on education, labour, the journey to work, language of work, and mobility and migration of Canadians.
The bank is expected to make its latest interest rate announcement. 10 a.m.
The Liberals will hold a national convention April 19-21, 2018 in Halifax, N.S.
The International Economic Forum of the Americas hosts this annual event featuring speakers typically including heads of state, central bank governors, ministers, and global economic decision-makers. June 11-14, 2018.
To be held in Halifax, N.S. Until Aug. 25, 2018.