Academics are in for a big surprise this week.
For the first time in decades, the university is hosting a seminar called Sports & Politics on the University of Calgary campus.
Students will learn about sport and political issues from the perspectives of a variety of people, including sports historians, sports analysts, sports writers and political commentators.
The seminar will run Tuesday to Thursday from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Calgary Campus, 811 College Street.
This is not the first seminar on politics on campus.
In 2017, the University hosted a session on the political and social implications of the 2018 Canadian Elections.
The university says the session will provide a chance for students to explore topics in a way that is relevant to their area of study.
“The focus of the seminar is not only on the politics of the Canadian political landscape, but also the politics that shape the lives of Canadian students and Canadians in general,” the university said in a statement.
However, students will not be able to ask any of the students who participated in the 2016 session.
There will be no lectures or discussion of the current political landscape.
The focus of this seminar is on the current and future politics of universities and the political context within the university.
“The session will be open to the public.
Last month, the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced it was cancelling the 2016 sessions because the sessions did not provide the students with enough information about politics. “
The purpose of the University’s Sport & Politics seminar is to address some of the broader issues surrounding the politics and society of the university,” the spokesperson said.
Last month, the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced it was cancelling the 2016 sessions because the sessions did not provide the students with enough information about politics.
In an email to CBC News, University of Lethbridge political science professor Adam Gold said he hopes the government will reconsider.
I’m hopeful that the government has the sense to reconsider, because it’s going to be a real shame if this doesn’t get done, he said.
I hope that we can do it for all of our students and all of the political science departments in Canada.
“The session will feature a panel of students, academics and politicians, including: Former NDP MLA Mike Ouellette, current Liberal MP Peter Stoffer, former Alberta NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, former Liberal MP and current NDP Leader David Eggen, former NDP MP and former Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and former Conservative MP and Conservative MP David Wilkins.
According to the university, there will be one panel discussion about the Canadian sports system and how sports influence politics, and two other panel discussions on the Canadian politics of university.
The university is also asking students to share their views on issues including police accountability, policing, policing issues and anti-black racism.
Other subjects covered at the seminar include the history of women in politics and gender issues, politics and health care, sports, university politics, the role of the media in politics, health care and the role that media plays in politics.