Special tours of the exhibits and hands-on activities around the museum such as making a fossil replica, dissecting an owl pellet, or learning about the minerals of Quebec. On the front lawn, solar viewing with members of the Royal Astronomical Society. Everyone welcome, all ages. No reservations required.
Public lecture by Holly Dressel. Sponsored by the Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation (AHLP), this talk keynotes the traditional goals of heritage landscape preservation into a global environmental context. Space is limited. Free tickets to visit the museum will be available between 5 - 6 PM
Enjoy and evening with Barbara Kingsolver, when she talks about her book, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle - A Year of Food Life
Please note that Wiley InterScience will be unavailable due to essential site maintenance on Saturday May 24, from 7:00 am, for a period of 4-8 hours.
Political commentary, religious response on tap as experts gather for open forum
This presentation will focus on issues related to stress factors in Asian Indian immigrant families.
The Geneva Health Forum 2008 will maintain the broad range of themes considered as priorities: access to health systems; health and inequities; access to drugs, vaccines and diagnosis; civil society and social issues in health; and capacity building and partnerships.
In a web-exclusive comment in the Globe and Mail, law professor Payam Akhavan writes that the persecution of Baha'is is a litmus test for rights, and Iran is failing it.