Bob Rae Joins us Oct 20

Bob Rae speaks on “Mending Hearts, Mending Treaties” With a strong background in negotiations, strategic planning, and community & economic development, Bob Rae’s legal practice focuses on First Nations, Aboriginal and Governance issues. Bob also regularly...

Linda Rutledge is next featured speaker

“Fossils to Genomes: Protecting The Eastern Wolves of Algonquin Park” Linda Rutledge, Research Associate, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University will tell us wolves play a critical role in maintaining a healthy environment. As a top...

Twitter Takes Flight

Canadian Club of Halton is now on Twitter! In an effort to enhance communication to our members and the public at large, we have created a twitter account @CdnClubHalton. We hope you might follow us if you are a twitter user. One of the challenges today is to remain...

Ian Hamilton

Crime mystery writer and award-winning author of the Ava Lee novels Some people are born to write and Ian Hamilton, crime mystery writer and award-winning author of the Ava Lee novels, is one. The guest speaker at the dinner meeting of Canadian Club of Halton, Ian was...

Dr. Janet Rossant, PhD

Stem Cells: Hype vs. Hope Dr. Janet Rossant, PhD, is a world-renowned expert in developmental and stem cell biology. She says, “I find stem cells fascinating.” So did her audience at the Canadian Club of Halton dinner last week. Her topic: “Stem Cells: Hype vs. Hope”....