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The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is a non-partisan, not-for-profit initiative focused exploring ethical issues impacting the Canadian public.
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Maureen Dowd Sep 22
Twenty-seven years later, will we once more have to watch a woman be mauled by the Republicans on the senate judiciary committee?
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Ethics in Bricks Sep 23
"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals." - Immanuel Kant
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Ethics in Action Sep 21
Cash prizes for the 2018 Ethics in Action case competition announced! 1st Place: $1,500 2nd Place: $1,000 3rd Place: $500 For more information, please visit:
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 21
TGIF, am I right?
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Health Law at Dal Sep 21
Today at noon! "Advocacy for the Health Care Rights of Prisoners" with Jennifer Metcalfe, Prisoners' Legal Services, BC,, Rm 104 Weldon Law Bldg, 12-10:1:30. .
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MacEachen Institute Sep 21
MPs unanimously declare Myanmar crackdown on Rohingya a 'genocide' | CBC News On Sept 27th, Bob Rae will be speaking in Halifax and will share his perspective as Canada's Special Envoy to Myanmar. More info:
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 20
Our 2018 intern Lydia Swiatkowska recaps last March's public forum on youth exploited in the sex trade.
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 19
Think you can tell the difference between a genuine post and an influence campaign? Well, you can find out.
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 18
We love 's podcast on and Martha Nussbaum! Listen to them discuss the her new book "The Monarchy of Fear," which argues "politics are always emotional and the dominant emotion in this political moment is fear."
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 17
Next week | Doing the Right Thing at Home and Abroad: Why Values Matter 7PM | Sept 27 | Saint Mary's University Campus Come Early - Space is limited - Overflow Seating
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 17
September 20, 2018 | 7PM On "A Problem of Possible Evil" by Dr. Ian Wilks “Since God works in mysterious ways, our failure to understand suffering and sorrow is no mark against theism.” How strong is this argument?
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 17
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Timothy Caulfield Sep 11
Looking forward to speaking at ! "The influence of social media and popular culture on medicine" [Spoiler: it is having a big and not-so-great impact!] cc See you soon, ! Warm up:
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 11
Live now || The MacEachen Institute "Echoes of 9/11 in the Trump Era: Did 9/11 Really “Change Everything”?"
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The Economist Sep 11
"The greater the shock to the system", argues Walter Scheidel, "the easier it becomes to reduce privilege at the top"
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 11
| The events this day were tragic. 9/11 was a flash-point for ethical conflicts that had yet to be so fully expressed. In short, the social-ethical effects of 9/11 have been profound, creating a global ethical world we're still trying to figure out.
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 11
Ethics, Big Tech, and Democracy "Can Mark Zuckerberg Fix Facebook Before It Breaks Democracy?"
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 10
7PM | Sept 27 | Scotiabank Theatre, Saint Mary's University Bob Rae on Canada's global ethical stance. with
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 10
We'll be hosting a public talk on the ethics surrounding suicide prevention Feb 20, 2018 with .
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Canadian Centre for Ethics Sep 7
A bit of Friday wisdom from the Book of Burt
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