Canadian Policing in the 21st Century

 

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Visionary Conversations

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Video of the whole conversation

Really enjoyed doing this, it was a very engaged discussion, and what an honour to be included with this distinguished panel of speakers.

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Join us as President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. David T. Barnard hosts Visionary Conversations—an evening for people who love exploring tough questions about the topics that fascinate us. Come learn, debate and discuss alongside experts and community leaders. Join the conversation.

Description

How can our community come together to combat the impacts of drug addiction?

Is there an approach that can balance treatment and enforcement, to make our communities healthy and safe?

Visionary Conversations brings people together to explore tough questions and foster conversations that provoke dialogue and debate among leading experts and the public. Join us for the last of three engaging discussions that comprise our 2019/2020 speaker series.

Admission is free, but seating is limited.

Doors open 6:00 PM

Program 7:00 PM

Reception to follow until 10:00 PM

Learn more at http://umanitoba.ca/community/visionaryconversations

Panellists:

Danny Smyth [BA/83, ExtEd/05]
Chief, Winnipeg Police Service

Dr. Ginette Poulin [BesSc/00, BSc(HNS)/03]
Director, Mentorship and Clinical Enhancement Program, University of Manitoba; Medical Director, Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Melanie MacKinnon [BN/96]
Executive Director, Ongomiizwin Health Services
Head, Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba; Senior Health Advisor to the Grand Chief, Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

Rick Lees
Executive Director, Main Street Project

Dr. Erin Knight [BesSc/05, BSc(Hons)/09, MD/13]
Lecturer, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba; Medical Director, Addictions Unit, Health Sciences Centre

Dr. Bob Chrismas [MPAdm/09, PhD/17]
Staff Sargent, Winnipeg Police Service

Dr. Kathleen Buddle
Professor, Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, University of Manitoba

Mitch Bourbonniere [BSW/87, MSW/95]
Community activist, affiliated with Mama Bear Clan Patrol, founding member of the original Bear Clan Patrol.