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Training offered by Sentinel North with Vincent Larivière, professor at UdM, holder of the Canada Research Chair on Transformations in Scholarly Communication.
to , Beaupré
2020 marks the 50th year of collaborative oceanographic research in Quebec. This year's scientific meeting will serve to unveil new knowledge, recognize excellence, and as always, develop innovative avenues of research and transfer.
to , Montreal
The Centre for Northern Studies (CEN) annual conference highlights the contribution of CEN members and collaborators to the development and influence of Quebec's expertise in northern environmental sciences.
to , Ottawa, Canada
The Northern Lights Business & Cultural Showcase is designed to profile Eastern Arctic & North business, industry, history, and culture.
The conference will be presented on January 29, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at Université Laval (Pavillon d'Optique-photonique) in room COP-1168. Event free and open to all.
, Montreal, McGill Faculty Club
This year’s event will focus on early career researchers and their leadership in redefining how northern research is conceived, conducted, and communicated.
The Arctic is already suffering the full impact of climate change. The average temperature in northern Canada has increased by more than 2 degrees over the past 70 years, three times more than the global average! The scale of the upheaval observed in the far North foreshadows what could happen in the coming decades at lower latitudes. Come and speak with Arctic specialist Philippe Archambault, a professor at Université Laval. This participatory conference will be moderated by journalist Valérie Borde.
, Quebec City
The Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie invites you to a lunchtime conference entitled "Le Québec et l'Arctique". The activity will be conducted in French.
, Quebec City
Participate in the Institut Nordique du Québec’s Science Day. Organized by the three INQ Research Chairs, the event will provide an opportunity for students, researchers and partners to discuss the importance of participatory and interdisciplinary research to address northern issues and respond to research needs in the North.