A screening of Cedar & Bamboo, about the shared history of First Nations and Chinese Canadian communities, will take place May 21 in Ottawa. The event will also feature Liberal Senator Lillian Dyck, the first female First Nations senator and first Canadian-born Chinese senator.
Catch Carleton University professor Ming Tiampo speak in Ottawa May 15 on 'Ai Weiwei and the History of Political Art in China.'
Mukesh Kapila, former head of the United Nations in Sudan, speaks at several events this week in Ottawa, Toronto, and Waterloo.
Ottawa's hot weather is no match for the North, as Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and the National Arts Centre host A Taste of the Arctic on Monday.
Kamla Persad-Bissessar, prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, makes her first official trip to Canada this week.
The Turkish Embassy helps host its annual Children's Day CHEO fundraising gala dinner on April 16. Also that day, the Canadian Association of International Development Professionals begins hosting its fourth annual conference in Ottawa.
The NDP convention in Montreal begins Friday, while voting for the next leader of the Liberal Party ends 3:00 p.m. ET Sunday.
On Wednesday, the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce presents Gen. Tom Lawson, chief of defence staff, with Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson.
Canada 2020 presents a talk March 27 in Ottawa on what Canada should do to take advantage of Asia's growing cities.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty tables the 2013 federal budget in the House of Commons on Thursday.