2016 Recipients of the Student History Award

October 20, 2016 Guest Speaker: Dr. Barry Kay, Political Science Department, WLU

October 20, 2016 Guest Speaker: Dr. Barry Kay, Political Science Department, WLU

Patrick Brown and Larry Wettlaufer 40th Anniversary Gala

May 17, 2018: Sean Simpson, Vice President of Ipsos Public Affairs

Polling in advance of Provincial Election

Sean Simpson is Vice President with Ipsos Public Affairs, Canada’s leading public-opinion polling and market-research firm.  Sean leads Ipsos’ public-opinion polling specialization, focusing on electoral behaviour, social, political and consumer trends, reputation, issues management, and stakeholder research. As part of his role overseeing all of Ipsos’ publicly-released research in Canada, Sean leads Ipsos’ relationship with Global News and Corus Radio in Canada, where he is featured regularly on broadcasts – particularly around election time.

An avid supporter of the arts, Sean lives in Kitchener with his wife Amie, and is Director of Music at St. Anne’s Church on East Avenue.  Sean received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Wilfrid Laurier University, specializing in electoral behaviour under Dr. Barry Kay.

Luncheon will also feature the 38th annual Confederation Club Student History Awards, sponsored by Mark Maurer, of The Mark Maurer Team at Remax.

Luncheon Date: Thursday May 17, 2018

Registration: 11:30a.m. to 12noon

Luncheon: 12noon to 1:30p.m.

Crowne Plaza Hotel, 105 King Street East, at Benton Street, Kitchener, ON

To reserve a seat, call: Jamie Hill at 519-747-3014 or Email: sandy_jamiehill@hotmail.com

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Reserve your tickets by noon Monday May 14

Members $30/Non-Members $45

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**Parking is free for luncheon guests. Please provide your parking stub to our registration table**

 

2017 Student History Awards winners

A heart felt congratulations to our 2017 Recipients of the Confederation Club Student History Award.

Awards presented by Steven Paikin of TVO, President Jeanne Foster and Awards Chair Lavinica Strauss.