This year marks the twentieth edition of the National Metropolis Conference with the main objective of facilitating interaction between researchers, government, and service providers (the community and private sector partners).
This day of reflection offers to reflect on the Canadian Francophonie of the future and its place and role within a global Francophonie, which is also evolving.
As Canada marks its 150th milestone, the time is right for policy makers, academics and researchers to reflect on Canada’s cultural practice and policies, both to assess the successes and failures of the past, and to chart a bold path for the future.
This inaugural Policy Forum will facilitate open and constructive discussion between policy-makers, researchers and practitioners in order to achieve better understanding of the respective challenges in the area of migration in the United States, Mexico and Canada.
Marking the 150th Anniversary of Canada and the 375th Anniversary of the City of Montreal.
The major themes of this years’ conference include the 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in Canada as well as Diversity and Citizenship and Aboriginal/First Nations in Canada.
The main objective of the National Metropolis Conference is to facilitate interaction between researchers, government, and service providers (the community and private sector partners).