Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets South Korean President Park Geun-hye for a tête-à-tête on Sept. 22 on the last day of her state visit to Canada. It's a busy week for Mr. Harper on foreign affairs. He'll end the work-week Friday with a Canada-EU summit.
In the lead-up to the Scottish referendum on separation on Sept. 18, the University of Ottawa hosts a researcher on Sept. 15 who will talk about the potential break-up of Britain.
The bad news: summer's over. The good news: fall means think tanks are holding events galore to keep your brain busy. Catch Immigration Minister Chris Alexander at a roundtable luncheon hosted by the C.D. Howe Institute in Toronto on Sept. 12.
This year's focus of World Water Week, which runs from Aug. 31 to Sept. 5, is water and energy.
On Wednesday Turkey holds its annual commemoration and solidarity ceremony at the Fallen Diplomats Memorial, unveiled two years ago.