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* 1. Little Known Events of World War II: hidden heroes; the Ukraine experience; Canadian efforts; Canadian internment.

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* 2. Canada in 2050: transportation; wealth management/pensions; water; energy; manufacturing; liveable cities; rural/urban living.

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* 3. Contemporary Views and Patterns of marriage, coupling, and relationships including LBGTQ and common-law.

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* 4. Black history and culture in North America and the Caribbean: train porters; the underground railroad; composers; artists;musicians; artists; teachers/science - their contributions and influences.

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* 5. Women of Science past and present and their contributions to science.

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* 6. Polar Regions Explained: what have past and current explorers unearthed in the Arctic and Antarctic regions of the world.

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* 7. Great Architects and Architecture: world famous buildings and their designers, including some of Guelph's greatest buildings; the social impacts of buildings.

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* 8. Ageing Ageism: longevity rises as birth rates fall - what does this mean for the aging population? Will there be enough services, workers, care givers, accommodation?

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* 9. The Politics of Global and Canadian Health Care in the 21st Century: accessibility, or lack thereof, to health care, drugs, doctors; rising costs of the above.

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* 10. Global Economies of BRIK: Brazil, Russia, India and Korea.

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* 11. The Rise of Populism Worldwide and Why?

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* 12. The Belt and Road Initiative: China has launched its global development strategy of connecting 152 countries - colonialism under a different guise?

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* 13. A History of Agricultural Practices and Crops worldwide.

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* 14. Theatre from  ancient Athens to Broadway

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* 15. Animal and Plant Intelligence, Culture and Behaviours: fauna hierarchies; ceremonials; citadels; plant behaviour and environmental impacts.

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* 16. Saints, Tyrants and Wimps - the roots of modern Russia  from Ivan the Terrible, to Peter and Catherine (the Great), and mad Rasputin. Presented by Prof. Leonard Friessen, expert in modern Russian history.

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* 17. Indigenous history in North America

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* 18. Paradigm Shifts: for example, biology from Newton to Quantum Physics; consciousness as part of science; shift from Copernicus to Kepler; technological shifts; the new psychology.

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* 19. Energy sources past, present and future.

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