Upcoming science policy events

November 9th - Ottawa

E4D’s Executive Director, Katie Gibbs, will be speaking at Media Democracy Days (http://mddottawa.ca/) in Ottawa. Talk starts at 1:30pm in Lamoureux Hall (145 Jean-Jacques Lussier) room 242. 

November 13th - Halifax

Get Science Right event in Halifax hosted by the CAUT. Event starts at 7pm at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.

November 18th - Toronto

November 9th - Ottawa

E4D’s Executive Director, Katie Gibbs, will be speaking at Media Democracy Days (http://mddottawa.ca/) in Ottawa. Talk starts at 1:30pm in Lamoureux Hall (145 Jean-Jacques Lussier) room 242. 

November 13th - Halifax

Get Science Right event in Halifax hosted by the CAUT. Event starts at 7pm at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.

November 18th - Toronto

There will be an informal E4D meetup in Toronto at 6:30pm at the Duke of York pub (39 Prince Arthur Ave). It’s a chance to meet face to face and discuss how to build and grow the E4D movement in Toronto.

November 20th - 22nd - Toronto

The 5th annual Canadian Science Policy Conference (http://www.cspc2013.ca/) takes place in Toronto.

November 21st - Vancouver

Chris Turner, author of the new book ‘War on Science’ will speak at Simon Fraser University. Talk starts at 7pm at the Harbour Centre. Register here: http://cgi.sfu.ca/~hccweb/cgi-bin/OnlineRegistration/site/event/detail.php?id=736

November 24th - Edmonton

E4D’s Executive Director, Katie Gibbs, will be speaking at the Parkland Institute conference in Edmonton. Talk starts at 9am at the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science building on the University of Alberta Main Campus. http://parklandinstitute.ca/fallconf2013

November 25th - Lethbridge

E4D’s Executive Director, Katie Gibbs, will be speaking in Lethbridge at the 1st Choice Saving Centre, University of Lethbridge, Room PE261 from 7-9 pm.

Katie Gibbs

Executive Director

Katie Gibbs is a scientist, organizer and advocate for science and evidence-based policies. While completing her PhD at the University of Ottawa researching threats to endangered species, she was one of the lead organizers of the ‘Death of Evidence’ rally - one of the largest science rallies in Canadian history. Katie cofounded Evidence for Democracy and now serves as its Executive Director.