There are a lot of interesting panels at this year’s Canadian Political Science Association conference, at the University of Ottawa.
I just finished a free lunch at the book launch for Patriation and its Consequences, alongside Peter Russell and Alan Cairns. This afternoon, I am attending panels on “Comparing Provinces: First Nations, the North and Provinces” and “Federalism and Public Policy” (chaired by Kathryn Harrison). Later, there’s the CPSA president’s address.
I’m starting tomorrow morning with “Jumping Over the Line: Case Studies of Academics as Activists”.
Before leaving for the conference, I submitted the final paper for my markets and justice course: Resource Inequality and Environmental Sustainability.