Realizing Canada’s Promise
A Mohawk and an ardent activist for an inclusive society which thrives on diversity, Roberta speaks frankly and clearly about the challenges that Canada must face to respond to our changing demographics.
Globalisation: What it Means to Real People
The rewards promised are greater employment and higher standards of living – but the question is, for whom? What can be done by public and private sectors to protect the interests of real people?
Governance, Accountability and Human Rights: The New Political Imperatives<
Jamieson explores what the public expects of public servants, and the problems public servants have in meeting the expectations of politicians.
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution: New Ways of Resolving Issues
Jamieson explores the ins and outs of alternative conflict resolution. Is it possible to apply ADR in our schoolyards, families, between people and corporations? ADR has much to offer in creating solid foundations for future relationships while resolving the conflicts of today.
Labour Market Demographics and Potential
Build a blueprint for Canada’s future by enhancing the potential of our country’s fastest growing labour-market demographic; aboriginal youth. Aboriginal youth realize their potential through education, resulting in helping Canadian companies and organizations address recruitment and retention needs within our own communities and borders.
Beyond the Keynote
Council of Ontario Universities | David C. Smith Award
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
Indigenous Peoples Counsel Award
National Aboriginal Achievement Award | Law and Justice
Order of Canada