Brown Bag Lunch: Speaker Series

CANADA’S CONSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY IS TIED TO THE COMMONWEALTH AND ITS UNDERLYING CROWN PRESENCE - WHAT DOES THIS RELATIONSHIP MEAN FOR CANADA’S TERRITORIES?

Crown representatives, constitutional experts and students met in January this year to discuss the current state of the relationship between Canada and the Crown. The Government House Foundation of British Columbia and The Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada hosted this conference in Victoria, BC.

Two panel discussions are of particular interest to Yukon - “The Role of the Crown’s Representatives: Implications of a quiet evolution” and “Aboriginal Peoples and the Honour of the Crown: The Implications for Canada Today”. 

Kirk Cameron, Adjunct Faculty member, attended the conference and will present on what he heard from panelists and in the surrounding discussions with this unique group of governance specialists.

THURSDAY, MARCH 17
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BRING YOUR LUNCH!

The Yukon College Brown Bag Lunch Series is an opportunity for instructors, researchers, and students of Yukon College to share knowledge with the public in an informal setting.

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