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History Table of Contents  
Summer Conferences Before 1991
  1990 – Summer
Coming Together or Falling Apart? The New Europe and the World in the 1990s

1989 – Summer
What on Earth Are We Doing? A Conference on the Environment

1988 – Summer
Biological Engineering: Blessing or Curse?

1987 – Summer
The Future of the American Empire

1986 – Winter
Marketing the Arts

1986 – Summer
The Future of Work

1985 – Winter
Polls, Politics and the Press

1985 – Summer
Who in the World Needs Canada? A New Look at Our International Relationships

1984 – Summer
What’s Right? What’s Left? What’s Next? Free Enterprise and the State
in Our Economic Future

1983 – Winter
Media Responsibility

1983 – Summer
The Age of Microchips: The Next Five Years. The Human Consequences
of the New Technology

1982 – Summer
The New Cold War: Political and Military Options for East and West

1981 – Summer
The World Challenge: International Development at a Time of East–West Tension

1980 – Winter
Immigration and Visible Minorities

1980 – Summer
Living with Inflation

1979 – Winter
The Young-Old: A New North American Phenomenon

1979 – Summer
Institutions in Crisis: Social Strategies for the ’80s

1978 – Winter
The Media: Friend or Foe?

1978 – Summer
Growth in a Conserving Society

1977 – Winter
PQ/Canada/1978

1977 – Summer
Transformation: The Changing Social and Economic Order in Canada

1976 – Winter
Crime and You! Society’s Role in Prevention, Convictions, Corrections

1976 – Summer
The Arts in Canada, Today and Tomorrow

1975 – Winter
City Limits: Metro Toronto, A Case Study

1975 – Spring
The Liberated Child and the Intimidated Parent

1975 – Summer
Canada and the Third World: What Are the Choices?

1974 – Winter
Land: Private Property or Public Resource?

1974 – Summer
How on Earth? A Study of Survival

1973 – Winter
Immigration Canada: New Policies? New Functions?

1973 – Summer
The Meaning of Work

1972 – Winter
The Great Consumerism Debate

1972 – Summer
How Much Government Is Enough?

1971 – Summer
Privacy and the Law

1971 – CIPA Workshop
Television and Politics

1970 – Winter
The City: Who Will Govern? Who Will Pay?

1970 – Summer
Love and the Establishment

1970 – Community Seminar Series
Canada’s Far North; The Mid-Canada Corridor; The White Paper on Taxation

1969 – Winter
A Science Policy for Canada

1969 – Summer
Why Are We Revolting?

1968 – Winter
Action for Unity

1968 – Summer
The U.S and Us

1967 – Winter
Is NATO Obsolete?

1967 – Summer
The Image or the Issue?

1966 – Winter
The People are the City

1966 – Summer
Great Societies and Quiet Revolutions

1965 – Winter
Canada’s Trade Policy: Middle Power in the Market Place

1965 – Summer
Concepts of Federalism

1965 – Couchiching and Mount Allison University Conference
Maritime Union: A Contribution to the Discussion of an Idea

1964 – Winter
Class of ’84

1964 – Summer
Order and Good Government

1963 – Winter
Does Canada Need Planning?

1963 – Summer
Values in Conflict

1962 – Winter
The Press and the Public

1962 – Summer
The New Europe

1961 – Winter
The Price of Being Canadian

1961 – Summer
Diplomacy in Evolution

1960 – Winter
Is Business Reshaping Society?

1960 – Summer
The Latin Americas

1959 – Winter
Troubled Metropolis

1959 – Summer
Changing Asia

1958 – Winter
Bureaucracy on Trial

1958 – Summer
Crisis: ’58

1957 – Winter
Buying and Voting – Who Makes Up Your Mind?

1957 – Summer
National Values in a Changing World

1956 – Winter
Automation: What It Means to You

1956 – Summer
The New Canada at Home and Abroad

1955 – Winter
Canada’s Problems at Home and Abroad

1955 – Summer
Co-existence: Why and How?

1955 – Spring
Power, Politics and Peace

1954 – Summer
Canada Grows: An Appraisal of Recent Canadian Development

1953 – Summer
Is World Peace Possible?

1952 – Summer
The Defence of Values – The Value of Defence

1951 – Summer
The Developing World?

1950 – Summer
The Struggle Against Communism

1949 – Summer
The Implications of a Free Society

1948 – Summer
Peace and Its Relation to Power

1947 – Summer
Canada in a New World

1946 – Summer
Rights and Liberties in Our Time

1945 – Summer
The Requirements of Lasting Peace

1944 – Summer
Canada and the World Tomorrow

1943 – Summer
The United Nations – Today and Tomorrow

1942 – Summer
Reconstruction: The Century of the Common Man

1941 – Summer
Democracy Takes the Initiative

1940 – Summer
The Empire, the United States and the War

1939 – Summer
The Crisis of Democracy?

1938 – Summer
Contrasts and Cleavages in Canadian Life

1937 – Summer
The Unity of Empire

1936 – Summer
Britain and Canada within the Empire

1935 – Summer
The Common Concerns of Canada and the U.S. in Domestic and Foreign Policy

1934 – Summer
Social Change and the Problems of Democracy

1933 – Summer
The Depression and the Way Out

1932 – Summer
Depression and the Limits of Capitalism