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Detective Murdock is Back! Our Holiday Luncheon speaker's write up in this Saturday’s, November 18th, Globe & Mail, is a short book review of Maureen Jenning’s lastest novel. It’s called “Let Darkness Bury the Dead.” The review is written by the Globe’s go-to crime fiction writer, Margaret Cannon, who tells us “the good news for Decective Murdoch fans is that he’s back after a long absence” and that “this is one of the best [books] in the series”. Maureen’s talk will obviously be a highlight of our luncheon. Thank you to the Committee for snagging her! Reserve a spot at the Academy Holiday Luncheon before Nov 27...here!
Eveleen Armour

Photo: Brian O'Leary

Picture this! Graduate students taking pictures in King's College Circle on Commencement Day, 2017.

Photo: Courtesy of Dan McCabe

'The Academy in Motion' New Academician, Dan McCabe, in Tommy Thompson Park on the Leslie Street Spit in front of his favourite view of the city.

Jan 8, 2018 10am The ever-popular Coats Optional Walk in The Path led by Ken Snelson. More info...here.

Photo: Margaret Robertson

Great minds like a think alright! The natty Chris Clemence, at the end of an Economist Readers workshop session, sports one of the magazine's witty T-shirts.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

 

 


 

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Dec 4 Annual Holiday Lunch at the Faculty Club, University of Toronto.
Guest speaker, Maureen Jennings, author of the Murdoch Mysteries, Christine Morris and Tom Tyler books. Reception at 11:30 am (cash bar) with buffet luncheon at 12:30 pm. 
  Please register and pay online using this REGISTRATION FORM before Monday, Nov 27. Members only as seating is limited.
For additional information contact Trudi Armstrong.

Co-Facilitator Wanted Frank Nicholson is developing a workshop for next year called Indigenous Histories of North America (click here for details). If interested in co-facilitating, contact Frank at 416.488.6131or fnicholson@rogers.com.

Possible UK-Canada Interaction Conversations are underway with third-age learning groups in the UK about establishing a joint current affairs discussion group that would meet biweekly by videoconference. If interested in participating, contact Frank Nicholson (fnicholson@rogers.com / 416.488.6131).