Lee Hamilton, former Vice Chairman of the National Commission on Terrorist Attac
Date: Friday, September 09 2005
Topic: Canadian Activism
Media Advisory - Lee Hamilton, former Vice Chairman of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks on the United States (9/11 Commission) to speak in Toronto September 12th.
TORONTO, Sept. 9 /CNW/ - The Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson
Centre and the Canada Institute on North American Issues invite the general public to attend the 2005 C. Warren Goldring Annual Lecture on Canada-U.S. Relations. This year's topic - "Global Realities: American Power in an Uncertain World." Guest lecturer Lee Hamilton will speak to the challenges and pitfalls of U.S. foreign policy and the implications for Canada, a neighbour and ally.
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER: Lee Hamilton, President and Director, Woodrow
Wilson International Centre for Scholars, Former Vice Chairman of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks on the United States (9/11 Commission). Mr. Hamilton is also a former Congressman and Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
WHEN Monday, September 12th
TIME Reception: 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Lecture: 5:45-7:00 p.m.
PLACE Design Exchange
234 Bay Street
Toronto Dominion Centre
About the C. Warren Goldring Lecture on Canada-U.S. Relations
Held in Toronto and supported by C. Warren Goldring, this lecture series promotes increased understanding of public policy decisions in both Canada and the United States.
About the Canada Institute
In 2001 the Woodrow Wilson Centre established the Canada Institute to
explore one of America's most important bilateral relationships. It is devoted to the examination of major questions in U.S.-Canada relations, the scrutiny of issues important to both governments and the exploration of challenges and opportunities of a rapidly evolving North American economic system.
For further information: and to RSVP, please contact: The Canada
Institute, www.thecanadainstitute.ca, (416) 815-6272
[Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on September 10, 2005]