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  • 27 September 2022

    Webinar, Aerospace, Naval, Land, C4ISR, Security, Other Defence

    Occasions d'affaire fédérales en R&D, sécurité et défense

    Information Session for Security and Defence Entrepreneurs and Academic Community Interested in Doing Business with the Government of Canada? Information Session for Security and Defence / Research and Development Entrepreneurs and Academic Community (event in French, material and discussion in both languages, open to all) On Tuesday, September 27, 2022, from 9 am to noon (EDT), Procurement Assistance Canada from the Quebec region, in collaboration with Valcartier Research Centre (Defence Research and Development Canada), offers you a half-day of conferences and networking on the Zoom platform, dedicated to entrepreneurs and the academic community dedicated to security and defence ! You’re not sure to see the alignment of your business model with the security and defense sector, but you work in an emerging technology sector? Come and learn more about the R&D areas in which we have a keen interest! Do you want to sell your products or services to the Government of Canada, learn more about federal government programs or services to expand your markets, and develop collaboration opportunities? Public Services and Procurement Canada and Defence Research and Development Canada will devote this half-day to raising awareness of their service offerings to Canadian businesses and universities. It's an appointment you won’t want to miss, mark your calendars! #GCProcurement #CdnBusinesses #CdnSMEs #ReasearchandDevelopment #Innovation

  • 4 October 2022

    Conference, Aerospace, Naval, Land, C4ISR, Security, Other Defence

    Leadersphere 2022

    Analyse, Decide, Act: Responding to Contemporary Security Challenges Leadersphere is Royal Military College Saint-Jean’s flagship annual conference. It addresses challenges facing Canadian leadership in the international environment, bringing academic research and practitioner expertise to bear on contemporary international problems. In 2022, Leadersphere is themed ‘Analyse, Decide, Act: Responding to Contemporary Security Challenges’, with each panel framed around a key point in the strategic decision-making process. The first ‘Analyse’ panel showcases academic expertise on contemporary security challenges: democratic decline; cybersecurity; sexual violence in armed conflict; climate change; and pandemic response. The second ‘Decide’ panel is a forum for women leaders to reflect on gender in security decision-making. The final ‘Act’ panel features practitioners, who will reflect on the same challenges as panel one through an operational lens.    Schedule 8:30 | Coffee & tea 9:00 | Welcome Dr James Groen, Academic Director, RMC Saint-Jean 9:05 | Opening remarks Dr Marina Sharpe, Assistant Professor, International Studies, RMC Saint-Jean    9:15 | Panel 1 - Analyse: researcher expertise on contemporary security challenges Moderator: Ms Aphrodite Salas, Assistant Professor, Journalism, Concordia University Democratic decline: Dr Dietlind Stolle, James McGill Professor, Political Science, McGill University Cybersecurity: Dr Simon Hogue, Assistant Professor, International Studies, RMC Saint-Jean Sexual violence within armed forces: Dr Megan Mackenzie, Simons Chair in International Law & Human Security, International Studies, Simon Fraser University Climate crisis: Dr Alexandra Lesnikowski, Assistant Professor, Geography, Planning & Environment, Concordia University Pandemic response: Dr Caroline Quach-Thanh, Canada Research Chair in Infection Prevention, Medicine, Université de Montréal    11:15 | Lunch    12:45 | Panel 2 - Decide: gender in security decision-making Moderator: Dr Élisabeth Vallet, Associate Professor, International Studies, RMC Saint-Jean Ms Christine Normandin M.P., Member for Saint-Jean & Vice-Chair, Standing Committee on National Defence Ms Madeleine Redfern, Chief of Operations, CanArctic Inuit Networks Inc. Ms Martine Saint-Victor, General Manager, Edelman Canada Ms Béatrice Vaugrante, Programme Director, Global Movement Building, Amnesty International Lieutenant-Colonel Melanie Lake          14:45 | Coffee & tea    15:15 | Panel 3 - Act: operational and practical responses to contemporary security challenges          Moderator: Ms Catherine François, journalist, TV5  Democratic decline: Dr Laurence Deschamps-Laporte, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Université de Montréal Cybersecurity: Brigadier-General James Lambert Peace support operations: Ambassador Jacqueline O’Neill, Canada’s Ambassador for Women, Peace and Security Climate crisis: Dr Laure Waridel, Adjunct Professor, Environmental science, UQÀM & Co-founder, Mothers Step In Pandemic response: Brigadier-General Krista Brodie    17:15 | Concluding remarks Dr Marina Sharpe & Dr Élisabeth Vallet 17:30 | Closing Colonel Gaétan Bédard, Commandant, RMC Saint-Jean

  • 26 October 2022

    Symposium, Aerospace, Naval, Land, C4ISR, Security, Other Defence

    Symposium 2022 on the Canadian Defense and Security Market

    The Symposium on the Canadian Defence and Security Market, a collaboration of Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (CED) organized in partnership with STIQ and Aéro Montréal, is therefore back for a 7th edition, at the Hotel Mortagne ( Boucherville). This 7th edition of the Symposium will be held over a full day (from 8:15 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) and will be an opportunity to explore international markets and the situation of the defence and security market in this new context of emerging from the pandemic and international tensions. Once again this year, the Symposium will address diverse topics such as major projects in development, access to American and foreign markets and the rules that govern them. This one-day event aims to: Inform SMEs of opportunities related to defence and security procurement policy, industrial and technological benefits (ITB) and best practices for achieving success in defence and security. Inform OEMs and major equipment manufacturers of the industrial and R&D capabilities of Québec companies operating in the defence sector, whether it is in aerospace, land, naval, cybersecurity or C4ISR. Inform companies about the prospects offered by international markets. Provide insight into emerging issues such as eco-responsibility, carbon footprint reduction and diversity-conscious procurement. Meet with key players in the defence and security market (including Public Services and Procurement Canada, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada, the Department of National Defence, the Canadian Armed Forces, the Coast Guard, and many others). The Symposium is the best opportunity to meet defence and security players in Quebec! A networking cocktail will close this event, offering participants the opportunity for informal B2B meetings with Quebec SMEs and all players working in defence and security. Don't miss this unique opportunity to attend unprecedented conferences with prestigious guests! Fee: 325 $

  • 16 - 17
    Nov. 2022

    Conference, Aerospace, Naval, Land, C4ISR, Security, Other Defence

    Advanced Materials for Defense Summit

    The 5th Annual Advanced Materials for Defense Summit will discuss initiatives towards researching and developing advanced materials and manufacturing processes that will significantly shape future operational effectiveness through lighter, more powerful, and cost-effective military and defense systems. The 2022 Summit will aim to advance the affordability, readiness, sustainability, and logistical effectiveness of U.S. Defense capabilities necessary for the future fight. 

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