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THE SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. One does not register for sessions.  Seating at individual sessions is first come, first served.
REGISTRATION and the Coat Room are on the 27th Floor along with many of the sessions. The Children’s Program, Lunch Room, Limmud Café and rooms E1, G3 and G4 are on the 16th Floor. There is easy access between the floors by 6 large elevators.
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Doug Saunders

Doug Saunders is the Globe and Mail’s international-affairs columnist and author of bestselling books on migration, cities and integration.
He was born in Hamilton, Ontario, and joined the Globe in 1995. In 1999, he became the paper's Los Angeles bureau chief. From 2003 until 2012, he was the paper's London-based European bureau chief, responsible for the paper's coverage of more than 40 countries. He has also done extensive reporting in the Middle East, North Africa, the Indian Subcontinent and East Asia.
He has won the National Newspaper Award, the Canadian counterpart to the Pulitzer Prize, on five occasions, and has won or been a finalist for the Donner Prize, the Lionel Gelber Prize and the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize. In 2016 he was awarded the Schelling Prize for Architectural Theory.
He has published two books. His first, Arrival City (2010), explored the factors that make urban immigrant districts succeed or failure, using firsthand reporting on five continents. His second, The Myth of the Muslim Tide (2012), explored the common experiences of Muslim, Jewish and Roman Catholic immigration in Western countries, and the political movements that have opposed them. In 2017 he will publish his third book, Maximum Canada. 

My Presenters Sessions

Sunday, March 19
 

11:00