Video & Audio
Australia Immigrants and International Students-What can we learn?
(Synergy Session, March 14, 2014, Video)
Social Enterprise in the Age of Globalization
(Synergy Session, March 10, 2014, Video)
The Benefits of School Gardens: A Case Study of St. Francis School Greenhouse
(Synergy Session, March 7, 2014, Video)
BUILDing Prosperity One Green Job at a Time
(Synergy Session, February 25, 2014, Video)
The Facts About Fracking: An Engineering Perspective
(Memorial Presents, January 30, 2014, Video)
Atlantic Canada Cooperation: Vision or Hallucination?
(Synergy Session, November 29, 2013, Video)
Employer investment in apprenticeships and work-based learning: Evidence from UK
(Synergy Session, November 15, 2013, Video)
Healthy Spaces: Are the Places We Work, Live, and Play Making Us Sick?
(Memorial Presents, October 28, 2013, Video)
Synergy Alberta - A Community Engagement Success Story
(Synergy Session, September 4, 2013, Video)
Pushing Back From the Edge: Education in Difficult Times
(Memorial Presents, August 21, 2013, Video)
Myth Busting the Sex Industry in Canada
(Synergy Session, August 9, 2013, Video)
Moving Downtown: How universities can re-use landmark properties
(Synergy Session, June 18, 2013, Video)
CU Experiences: The Harris Centre Goes to CU Expo 2013
(Harris Centre Video, June 15, 2013, Video)
Creating a Culture for Informed Public Debate: Overcoming Barriers to Public Policy Development in Newfoundland and Labrador
(Conference Presentation, June 12, 2013, Video)
Moving Beyond "Join the Conversation" : Utilizing Social Media for Knowledge Mobilization and Meaningful Public Engagement
(Conference Presentation, June 15, 2013, Video)
Growing Gains/Growing Pains: The Opportunities & Challenges Facing the SW Avalon
(Memorial Presents, June 6, 2013, Video)
Health care in Canada: What makes us sick?
(Town Hall Meeting, June 3, 2013, Video)
Are universities creating entrepreneurs or just ticking boxes?
(Synergy Session, May 16, 2013, Video)
Community Resiliency: Navigating Boom & Bust Cycles
(Memorial Presents, March 25, 2013, Video)
Creating Cultural Landscapes: Including Culture in Design
(Synergy Session, March 20, 2013, Video)
It Takes More Than Kind Smiles and Nice Gestures: On the Integration of Muslim Immigrants
(Synergy Session, February 21, 2013, Video)
Engaging Citizens: The Power of Collaboration in Democracy
(Memorial Presents, February 13, 2013, Video)
On the Move: Long-Distance Commuting and its Consequences
(Memorial Presents, December 4, 2012, Video)
Leader/Citizen/Leader: Community Building as Nation Building - Naheed Nenshi, Mayor of Calgary
(2012 Galbraith Lecture, October 25, 2012, Video, 120 minutes (45 min lecture, 75 min Q&A))
The Regionalization of Public Services and Economic Development in Rural NL
(Memorial Presents, September 26, 2012, Video)
What is the Future of the Inshore Fishery?
(Memorial Presents, September 5, 2012, Video)
Why the Divorce? The Merits and Shortcomings of a Fleet Separation Policy
(Memorial Presents, April 24, 2012, Video)
Grand Banks Natural Gas: A Source of Electricity for the Island of Newfoundland
(Memorial Presents, March 28, 2012, Video)
Muskrat Falls: The Best Option?
(Memorial Presents, January 17, 2012, Video)
Mun Economist gives Muskrat Falls a thumbs up. CBC news report about Wade Locke's Memorial Presents event about Muskrat Falls.
Census Population Changes Harris Centre Executive Director, Dr. Rob Greenwood, discusses the census on CBC's Morning Show.
How the Media Deal with Mental Illness
(Memorial Presents, November 8, 2011, Video)
A Prosperity Plan for Newfoundland and Labrador
(Memorial Presents, June 8, 2011, Video
The Director of The Harris Centre speaks about the organization's research on the relationship between where you live and how you live Harris Centre Executive Director discussing the relationship between where people live and where they work on the CBC's On the Go.
Health Care in 2020: Can Newfoundland and Labrador Lead the Way?
(Memorial Presents, February 15, 2011, Video)
Culture, Place and Identity in regional Development with Dr. Andrew Jennings Dr. Andrew Jennings, a presenter at the North Atlantic Forum, speaks with the CBC's Weekend Arts Magazine about how culture impacts regional development.
Harnessing the Internet for Regional Development: Creating a Stronger Economy and Society
(Memorial Presents, October 13, 2010, Video)
What's for dinner? Building a healthy, reliable food supply for Newfoundland and Labrador
(Memorial Presents, June 9, 2010, Video)
The Atlantic Accord: A New-Found Vision?
(Memorial Presents, February 11, 2010, Video)
Teacher Education in Canada: The Issues and the Challenges
(Memorial Presents, October 19, 2009, Video)
The Harris Centre on Cross Country Canada Broadcast
(November 8, 2009, Audio, Rob Greenwood interviewed at 1hr 30min)
The Moral Roots of Economic Crisis - Dr. Anthony Daniels
(2008-09 Galbraith Lecture, October 21, 2009, Video, 120 minutes (45 min lecture, 75 min Q&A))
The Harris Centre on the CBC Fisheries Broadcast
(September 19, 2009, Audio, Interview at 23:30)
Climate Change: Global Action for a Global Crisis - The Hon. Stéphane Dion, P.C, M.P.
(Synergy Session, August 27, 2009, Video, 72 minutes)
Not a Nation? (Or Does Newfoundland Nationalism Make Historical Sense?)
(Memorial Presents, Audio, May 13, 2009)
The Launch of Yaffle
(February 11, 2009, Video)
Our Energy Resources: for export only, or also for development?
(Memorial Presents, January 19, 2009, Video)
The Churchill Falls Contract: What's to Come?
(Memorial Presents, December 3, 2008, Video)
Education Reform in Post-Confederation Newfoundland and Labrador: Politics and Lessons
(Memorial Presents, May 7, 2008, Video)
Small Country, Big Results: The Case of Iceland - Mr. Geir Haarde, Prime Minister of Iceland
(2007-08 Galbraith Lecture, April 14, 2008, Video)
From Ivory Tower to Regional Power: the role of universities and colleges in development
(Memorial Presents, January 14, 2008, Video)
Communities and Climate Change: Sustainable responses to a warming world
(2006-07 Dialogue on Advancing Global Sustainability, November 14, 2007, Video)
Rural Opportunities Videos
The New Rural Economy (NRE) Project has created a video series that explores how many different citizens and organizations across Canada are taking advantage of the opportunities they have to build sustainable and viable communities.
The Shadow of the Past: How History Shapes the Present - Dr. Margaret MacMillan
(2006-07 Galbraith Lecture, January 29, 2007)
2006 and earlier
Meeting the Challenge of Regional Economic Development: Lessons from Ireland
(Memorial Presents, May 30, 2006)
Rural: Is It Worth Saving?
(Memorial Presents, April 24, 2006)
Doing Democracy Differently: Is It Time for Electoral Reform in Canada? - Dr. R. Kenneth Carty
(Galbraith Lecture, March 8, 2006, Video)
Health vs. Higher Education: Must Higher Education Lose Out? - Jeffrey Simpson, O.C.
(Galbraith Lecture, October 20, 2004, Video)
Governance, Accountability and Public Input: Building a Modern Health Care System - Hon. Roy J. Romanow, Q.C.
(Galbraith Lecture, October 23, 2002, Video)
The Human Security Agenda: Prescriptions for Canada in an Age of Globalization - Hon. Dr. Lloyd Axworthy
(Galbraith Lecture, November 19, 2001, Video)