To benefit its students and the academic community at large, the QSP organizes various events with the mission of furthering debate on current and past issues in order to get a better understanding of the Québec society.
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Bon Cop, Bad Cop: Producer Kevin Tierney in Conversation
Thursday, October 25, 1:00 - 2:30 pm. McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, 3463 Peel Street.
Sponsored by the Quebec Studies Program and the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada
Kevin Tierney is one of Quebec's leading film producers. Bon Cop, Bad Cop, which he produced and co-wrote is the highest grossing domestic film in Canadian History. He is also the producer of The Trotsky (2009) and co-writer/producer/director of French Immersion (2011).
Who are they? Les connaissez-vous ?
A lunch series on some of Quebec’s national figures and key historical moments.
February 9 (Gabrielle Roy), February 13 (Maurice Duplessis), and February 29 (Céline Dion) at 11:45 am.
Learn more: who_are_they.docx
Inuit Perspectives on the Plan Nord
Guest speaker: Maggie Emuldluk, Chairperson, Kativik Regional Government (KRG)
Tuesday, March 13, 1:00 pm in Room 230, Ferrier Building, 840 Dr. Penfield.
Part of the seminar QCST 440/CANS 413, Contemporary Issues in Quebec First Nations and Environments in Quebec.