The CEO of Urgences-santé, Nicola D’Ulisse, will be addressing the
group. Following that, our people will be divided into two sections, one will
attend a demonstration of an automated defibrillator. Those who wish to
participate further will be trained to use the machine on their own. The
other folks will be shown the interior of an ambulance with all its intricacies.
Then the groups will change places.
In 1829, Goethe famously described the string quartet as “a conversation among four intelligent people.” The common comparisons between chamber music and artful conversation reflect the social settings in which Mozart’s chamber music was originally played—mostly in salons, among friends, for their own entertainment (rather than in formal concerts). Professor Klorman will discuss how this social context influences how the music was composed and could inspire new ways of listening today.
This talk will explore the myths around aging and sexuality, what happens to our bodies sexually as we age. Solutions to having the best sex of your life after 50 will be offered.
Sébastien Dallaire, President of Ipsos in Quebec, will provide his analysis of the key public opinion trends observed during the 2018 electoral campaign and discuss the accuracy of the final results.
Sébastien will also discuss the lessons learned regarding the polling methodology used during the campaign, as well as what the final results mean for the new government as it tries to live up to voters’ expectations.
Mr.Dallaire has agreed to send an email to our members containing his predictions one day before the provincial elections on October 1.
This talk will help us to understand the basics and allow us to ask questions about different topics including “The Role of Women in Islam”, “The Diversity in Islam” and “The Shia/Sunni Divide”.
World Scouting today is not what you may think. Today’s Scouting is 110 years old, in 169 countries world-wide, with just over 50 million members of both genders. And Scouting is no longer a northern hemisphere, developed country movement. Over 80% of our members are in the developing countries worldwide. The young people in these areas face a constant struggle to avoid the perils of drug abuse and the influence of street gangs.
Some of these youths run the risk of becoming tomorrow’s terrorists. Today, Scouting is in the slums …opening the doors to schools; offering basic medical and health support; informal career advice; thus providing an alternative to the ever-present influence of drugs and crime. It is Scouting in the more affluent countries which can learn from these realities by supporting their partners in the developing world.
Conventional, organic and natural winemaking techniques will be discussed… outlining the benefits and perils for all 3 of them. The three wines that represent each of these winemaking processes will be utilized in an effort to highlight the differences between them. Hopefully, this will encourage people to be more aware of vineyard practices and their use of additives in winemaking.
We are all aware of the cognitive and motor changes that are part of the normal aging process, but when should we worry that perceived changes are harbingers of a more serious and perhaps precipitous decline. This presentation will focus on the cognitive changes associated with normal and abnormal aging.
Professor Shtull will provide insight into the various forms of murder including mass shootings, intimate partner homicides and serial killings. The general characteristics, patterns and trends of these crimes will be discussed.
Me Goodwin will present the details from one of her cases along with the pertinent jurisprudence. Then the audience will be divided into groups (jury) whose task it will be to determine whether or not the protagonist is guilty. Once deliberations are completed, the foremen of each group will deliver their verdicts along with the reasons underlying their decisions.
Finally, Me Goodwin will announce the actual verdict in the case and explain the law as it applies to the matter at hand.