[ensu] 8 announcements

  • From: matt.niedzielski@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: ensu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 20:03:53 -0500

Hey folks. Sorry for this but this e-mail contains a ton of announcements. Skim 
through them at your leisure.



1) A Comparison of Policy Responses to Environmental Risk: The case of 
agricultural biotechnology in Canada and the UK"by Sarah Hartley March 5th

2) Transit Action Day March 10th

3) work opportunity

4) Environmental Career Day

5) UTERN open meeting Tuesday March 2nd, at 6pm

6) Environmental Activism Day table displays March 12th, 11am

7) career info, Information session March 2nd, deadline March 5th

8) Rushing Armageddon: Paul Martin and GW Bush talk, March 9th

** REMINDER Friday, March 05, 2004, 10 am - 12 Noon, ROOM 108N Munk Centre **


The Lupina Foundation & Comparative Program on Health and Society
at the Munk Centre for International Studies in the University of Toronto

"A Comparison of Policy Responses to Environmental Risk: The case of 
agricultural biotechnology in Canada and the UK"

Sarah Hartley (Lupina/OGS Doctoral Fellow; Dept. of Political Science, UT)
Sarah is currently a senior doctoral student in the Department of Political 
Science and The Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of 
Toronto. She works and has taught in the field of comparative politics and 
public policy with a focus on environmental risk. She has presented her work at 
numerous national and international conferences and is a recipient of numerous 
fellowships and awards.

Friday, 05 March 2004, 10 am - 12 Noon, Room 108N
Munk Centre for International Studies in the University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Pl., Toronto, ON.
Light Refreshments will be provided.  
If you are planning to attend, please e-mail cphs.munk@xxxxxxxxxxx or call 416 

Jack Layton's Toronto Team is organising an


A Mass NDP Leafleting of Transit Riders

Wednesday, March 10th (morning or afternoon rush hour)

Join us in informing thousands of TTC riders that the Federal Liberals have
abandoned public transit.  The proposed 25 cent fare increase can be stopped
with Federal funding.  Martin has broken his promise to give 5 cents of the
gas tax to help fund the TTC.


Sign up for a subway stop in your area!

Contact: Dave Meslin, Toronto Riding Organiser
416-591-5455 ext 241
I have attached information regarding a currently listed opportunity that
may be of interest to students in your department. Would it be possible for
you to display or email it to your students?

The complete job description and application information is available on our
website www.careers.utoronto.ca . Students should call the Career Centre
information desk at 978-8000 for assistance with the website.

Please note that students do NOT apply directly to the Career Centre, but
rather, must consult the posting for application instructions.

Jerome Skeete
Career Employment Officer
PH (416) 978-8018
FAX (416) 978-8020

The University of Toronto Career Centre is currently advertising the
following position(s), which may be of interest to you:

POSITION TITLE: Terrestrial Field Technician


POSITION DURATION: Full time / permanent

HOW TO APPLY: Mail, fax or email - resume & cover letter

For the complete job description, including the Method of Application,
please visit the University of Toronto Career Centre's website at

If you are a first time user, you will need to register on the website
before you can access the job
listing. For assistance with the website please call (416) 978-8000.

To find the job posting on the Career Centre website, use the following job
order number:

University of Toronto's Environmental Career Day 2004 

What:  A chance to find the environmental job/career of your dreams 

Where: Debates Room and Great Hall of Hart House 
St. George Campus, UofT 

When: Wednesday March 3, 2004 
09:00-12:00 Speaker Series in Hart House Debates Room 
            9:00 - John Ferguson, Government 
            9:30 - Andy Kenney, Academia 
           10:00 - John Murphy, Consulting 
           10:30 - Ray Clement, Government 
           11:00 - Liz Lundy, International ENGO 
           11:30 - Michael Mesure, Local ENGO 

12:00-01:30 Lunch - By invitation only 
01:30-04:00 Exposition in the Hart House Great Hall.  (25+     
                     exhibits with possible job, internship and 
                     volunteer opportunities!) 
04:00-05:00 Evening Reception 

For more information visit the website: 

Contact Bhavnita Mistry: 416-978-3475 or bhavnita.mistry@xxxxxxxxxxx 
Donna Workman: 416-978-7077 or d.workman@xxxxxxxxxxx 

Note: Valid 2003-2004 Student ID card required. 
This is a reminder that UTERN will be hosting an open meeting:
WHEN:  Tuesday @ 6PM 
WHERE: same location as the previous open meeting was hosted - the seminar room 
on the main floor of the Earth Sciences Building right opposite the small 
WHY:  This meeting is tailored mostly for Environment Week proposals to be 
looked at.  And Agenda will follow tomorrow.
Looking forward to seeing you there,
Quentin Stossel
Folks, listen up!
WHEN: Friday March 12, 2004 -- 11AM until late afternoon
WHAT:  Book a table for your club, organization or student group on 
Environmental Acitivism Day.  A great place to see and be seen.
There's been lots of interest already, so let us know if you'd like us to 
organize a spot for you.  For those of you booked already, details will follow 
For more info,
Subject: Re: Full-time & Summer Jobs (U of T Career Centre)

Hi Everyone.
Please let students know about the currently posted Graduating and Summer 
Student Positions & Upcoming Information Session currently posted on the Career 
Centre Website at www.careers.utoronto.ca.
Job Order #s: 2004.GS.0295 and 2004.SR.0120
Deadline: March 5, 2004
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2004
Time: 5-7 pm 
Location: Career Centre, 214 College Street
Discipline(s): ANY Discipline including Commerce/Business, Economics, Physical 
Education & Health, Arts, Industrial Relations, Human Resources, Social 
Sciences, Humanities
Visit the Career Centre website at www.careers.utoronto.ca and select "Services 
for Students" to register and/or find out more about these Graduating and 
Summer Student Positions, other work opportunities, and events such as 
Information Sessions, Seminars, Workshops, Volunteer Fair, Internship Fair, 
Summer Job Fair, Networking Events coordinated by the Career Centre.
Glen Matadeen
Coordinator, Student Outreach
Career Centre
University of Toronto
214 College Street
Toronto M5T 2Z9
RUSHING TO ARMAGEDDON, Paul Martin and George W. Bush's Star Wars a public talk 
by Mel Hurtig

Mel Hurtig will be at Innis College, Town Hall on Tuesday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m. 
to talk about the American National Missile Defence (NMD) plans, what they mean 
for Canada and the world.


Mr. Hurtig will discuss Canada?s role in the confrontational US policies of 
today?s political climate. He firmly believes Canada should not get involved in 
this escalation of nuclear proliferation and destabilization. Such polices only 
lead to a growing danger of nuclear war. The Bush military agenda is not about 
the defense of North America, rather is it centered on the desires of Bush, 
Rumsfield and the Pentagon to weaponize and control space. Paul Martin?s 
liberal government is lying to Canadians concerning the National Missile 
Defense (NMD) program. Mr. Hurtig will outline why the NMD will not work 
despite the expenditure of hundreds of billions of dollars. The real threat is 
terrorism, a threat that the NMD will not be able to protect North America 
from. Why would Canada abandon its long-established support of peace, 
disarmament and multilateral agreements? He will also examine the role election 
donations plays in Canada?s military decisions and what effects American 
interference will have on Canada and the world. 


Mel Hurtig is an Officer of the Order of Canada and has been awarded honourary 
degrees by six Canadian universities.  Among his many other awards and honours, 
are the Lester B. Pearson Man of the Year Peace Award, the Speaker of the Year 
Award, the Royal Society of Canada?s Centenary Medal, and, on two occasions, 
the Canadian Book Publisher of the Year award.  He has been Chairman of the 
Board of the Canadian Booksellers Association, the National Chairman of the 
Committee for an Independent Canada, and is the founder and former Chairman of 
the Council of Canadians.  Mel Hurtig also founded and published The Canadian 
Encyclopedia.  He is the author of several bestselling books, including The 
Betrayal of Canada, Pay the Rent or Feed the Kids, his autobiography At 
Twilight in the Country and The Vanishing Country.


Who:  Mel Hurtig

What:  A public talk, RUSHING TO ARMAGEDDON, Paul Martin and George W. Bush's 
Star Wars

When: Tuesday, March 9
Time:     7:30 p.m.

Where:  Innis College, Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue (One block south of Bloor on 
the east side of St. George)


This event is co-sponsored by Innis College, Canadian Studies ? University 
College and Science for Peace.  Admission is free.



Jennifer Virgo

Innis College



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