Canadian pluralism at a crossroads, says John Stackhouse, delivering the Ismaili Centre Lecture

On Sunday December 1, 2013 at the Ismaili Centre in Vancouver, John Stackhouse delivered the 2013 Ismaili Centre Lecture on the topic of “Canadian pluralism at a crossroads.”

For your reference, a video of the speech, along with a transcript and article may be found at the following link:

About the Ismaili Centre Lectures

Each year the Ismaili Community in Canada hosts a flagship lecture at the Ismaili Centre as part of a global series that aims to foster a greater understanding of critical issues of the day and to bring together thought leaders. The lectures encourage exchange and mutual understanding between diverse peoples, communities and faiths, while broadening intellectual horizons and fostering an appreciation of pluralism. Past speakers at the Ismaili Centre have included UBC President Stephen J. Toope, historian and author Karen Armstrong, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, and Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin

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