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2013 Churchill Debate at Hart House

Churchill Society Debate at Hart House BE IT RESOLVED: That This House Believes that Parliament has Been Thrown Under the Omnibus Kevin Page – Canada’s Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page was appointed Canada’s first Parliamentary Budget Officer on March 25, 2008. Mr. Page has 27 years of experience in the federal public service. He has […]

Blue Book November 29th, 2011

FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY WHY THE CHURCHILL SOCIETY? Speeches from the 2011 Churchill Awards Dinner 2011 Recipient – The Right Honourable Paul Martin Download Churchill Society BlueBook

PARLIAMENT 2012

Sold out iii The Parliament We Want: Parliamentary Reform in 2012 A Forum Exploring Parliamentary Democracy in Contemporary Canada A free public event featuring a multi-partisan panel. Panelists will discuss the course to build on Canada’s historic parliamentary traditions, aiming to ensure that the House of Commons and the Senate will operate most effectively and […]

Churchill Society Book Club 2012

Churchill Society Book Club Combination Room, Trinity College, 6 Hoskin Avenue Date TBD Please join us for a discussion of Mary Soames’, “A Daughter’s Tale- The Memoir of Winston and Clementine Churchill’s Youngest Child”. Perceptive, funny, always totally honest, it provides an unequalled view of the corridors of power. Mary was neither downstairs nor upstairs: […]

2011 Churchill Debate at Hart House

Thursday, March 10, 2011 Reception: 5:30 p.m. Dinner: 6:00 p.m. Debate: 8:00 p.m. Dinner & Debate Package: $65 Our annual sponsorship of a formal student debate at Hart House in the University of Toronto is a long-standing component of the Churchill’s Society’s educational programme. Our aim is to advance the cause of parliamentary democracy by […]

University of Toronto Model Parliament

March 16th – 18th 2011 at the Ontario Legislative Assembly  The G20 Summit and Canadian civil liberties. Canada’s ongoing military engagement in Afghanistan. Taking loans to pay for a University or College education. What’s your take on some of Canada’s leading national issues? Join hundreds of students from across the country for three days of […]

Vigil of Rememberance

150 SCHOOLS ACROSS CANADA TO JOIN NATIONAL PUBLIC VIGIL OF REMEMBERANCE CANADA 1914-1918 YPRES A WEEK-LONG TRIBUTE TO CANADA’S WORLD WAR ONE WAR DEAD— (November 1st, 2010) For seven days, from November 4 until November 11, Canadian schools, from the Yukon to Newfoundland and the EU, will project the names of the 68,000 Canadians soldiers, […]

2010 Churchill Debate at Hart House

  RESOLVED: Parliament should direct that youth be sentenced as adults. Former Chief Justice of Ontario The Honourable R. Roy McMurtry, O.C., O.Ont., Q.C. Co-author, Review of the Roots of Youth Violence As the co-author of the Review of the Roots of Youth Violence commissioned by the Ontario Government in 2008,  Mr. McMurtry is in […]

Parliament 2010: Prorogation & Beyond

WATCH THE VIDEO FROM PARLIAMENT 2010 The Churchill Society for the Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy in partnership with the Munk Centre for International Studies presented ‘Parliament 2010: Prorogation & Beyond.” This lively forum exploring parliamentary democracy in contemporary Canada was held March 8, 2010 at the Campbell Conference Facility in the Munk Centre for International […]

Les bourses d’études Winston Churchill

Winston Churchill reconnût qu’en tant que citoyen nous nous devons de préserver le dynamisme de nos institutions parlementaires, de les protéger contre l’empiètement des forces extérieures, et les revivifier d’une génération à l’autre à partir des sources jaillissantes de talent, d’intérêt et d’estime nationaux. Voilà pourquoi la Société Churchill a établi les bourses d’études Winston […]