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Events 2017-06-26T04:15:57+00:00

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Upcoming Events

UBC MPPGA Meet and Greet in Singapore

Date: 14 Dec 2018
10:30am - 11:30am

UBC MPPGA Meet and Greet in Singapore

Location: The Living Room @ Atrium, Pan Pacific Singapore // 7 Raffles Blvd, Marina Square, Singapore 039595
Date: Friday, December 14
Time: 10:30AM – 11.30AM
Light refreshments provided.

RSVP HERE

Prospective students, please join us at Singapore’s Marina Square on Friday, December 14th to learn more about the UBC Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs (MPPGA) program from our program representatives, Professor Kai Ostwald, Tommy Koh, and Clare Kim.

  • Kai Ostwald, Assistant Professor – School of Public Policy and Global Affairs & Political Science, Director – Centre for Southeast Asia Research
  • Tommy Koh, MPPGA Student – 2017 Cohort
  • Clare Kim, MPPGA Student – 2017 Cohort

The University of British Columbia’s Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs program, delivered by the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, is a professional global public policy program with particular expertise in Asia Pacific and sustainability policies. The program provides policy makers and future leaders with multidisciplinary policy analysis and design skills and subject-specific expertise in development, sustainability and global governance. Candidates graduate ready to drive policy change in industry, government or non-profits anywhere in the world.

Applications for the UBC Master of Public Policy & Global Affairs September 2019 intake are now open. Apply by January 23, 2019.

Canadian AI and the ASEAN Market Opportunity

Date: 31 Jan 2019
8:00am - 10:00am

POSTPONEMENT – Canada AI and the ASEAN Market Opportunity Event

Please be advised, that after great consideration the “Canada AI and the ASEAN Market Opportunity panel event scheduled for December 17th, 2018, has been postponed to Q1 of 2019.

The postponement is due to the event’s close proximity to the holiday season and a high frequency of scheduling conflicts. In an effort to maximize the benefit for all parties, the decision was made to find an inherently less busy time of year to host this important discussion and learning opportunity.

In postponing the event, Fasken and CABC will continue to work closely with our partners in Canada and ASEAN to further expand on the panel event’s accompanying mission to ASEAN in 2019. The Q1 2019 programme will be more robust and well worth the short wait!

On behalf of Fasken and the CABC, we thank you for your support and patience.

We wish you the very best this holiday season and look forward to reconnecting in early 2019 with new details for the event!

For more information, please contact:

Andrew Doherty

Executive Director, Canada, CABC

M: 403-708-1575

E: andrew.doherty@canasean.com

[Partner Event] Strengthening Canada-Asia Connectivity in a Shifting World

Date: 27 Feb 2019
12:30pm - 2:30pm

Strengthening Canada-Asia Connectivity in a Shifting World

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong Luncheon with the
Asia Business Leaders Advisory Council (ABLAC)

On February 27, 2019, senior leaders from Canada and Asia will convene at this luncheon in Hong Kong to discuss Canada’s role and opportunities in Asia given the region’s shifting economic and geopolitical landscape. The dialogue will focus on how Canadian businesses can leverage these shifts to expand into China and Asia.

Who will be attending this luncheon? 

Key members of ABLAC and senior leaders in the Hong Kong business community, including:

  • Mark Machin, President and CEO, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
  • Dominic Barton, Global Managing Partner Emeritus, McKinsey & Company
  • Dean Connor, President and CEO, Sun Life Financial
  • Janice Fukakusa, Chair, Canada Infrastructure Bank
  • Janet De Silva, CEO, Toronto Region Board of Trade