10.21.2011

Earthsharing Conference

Earthsharing Conference 
Dominican University College, Ottawa

96 Empress Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1R 7G3
November 4-5, 2011 


Earthsharing Canada
Incorporated by federal Letters Patent, July 8, 2011

To promote and foster the recapture of economic rent for the furtherance of sustain-
able economic justice among all Canadians;
To encourage the removal of obstacles to efficiency in the Canadian economy by
shifting taxation off labour and capital; and
To foster public interest in and awareness of economic issues and a sound philoso-
phy of economics.

Conference Schedule

November 4, 2011 – Friday
Albert le Grand Hall

2:00-3:00 pm.   Frank de Jong, Past Green Party of Ontario Leader, “Earthsharing and 
                         Public Policy: Problems and Perspectives”
3:00-3:15          Break
3:15-4:00          Jeff Dean, NDP BC. “Earthsharing and the Tasks of Democracy
                          in the 21st  Century” 
4:00-4:15          Break
4:15-4:45          Book launches
 Francis K. Peddle and  Amy Gordon, eds, The Poverty Paradox
 Maxime Allard, O.P., et al., Échos d’une mutation sociale. Anthologie des
textes du Père Georges-Henri Lévesque, O.P. Précurseur de la révolution
tranquille
5:00     Film: “The Killing Fields”  (in Albert le Grand)   
    Hors-d’oeuvre/refreshments in hall adjoining Albert le Grand
6:00     Dinner on your own
November 5, 2011 – Saturday
Albert le Grand Hall

8:30-9:00 am.  Coffee & pastries
9:00-9:50         Francis K. Peddle, Dominican University College, Ottawa
                        “From Financial Crisis through Fiscal Repression to Economic 
                         Redemption”
10:00-10:50     Brendan Hennigan,  Director, Ontario School of Economic Science
                        “Media Aspects of Economics and Philosophy”
11:00-11:50      Susan Murphy,  Algonquin College
                         “Social Media and Economics Presentations”
12:00-2:00 pm.    Chinatown Ottawa lunch

2:00-3:00           Cay Hehner, Director, Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, NYC
                          Introduction to a roundtable discussion:
                          “Occupy Wall Street, Reform Agendas, and Fraternité”.

3:15-4:30           Business meeting, Earthsharing Canada  

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