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THE WALRUS WEEKLY NEWSLETTER (sample the newsletter here)

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THE WALRUS EVENTS NEWSLETTER (sample the newsletter here)

Be the first to know when the Walrus Talks are coming to your area and watch some of our featured videos of Walrus Talks from across Canada. Past Walrus Talks have included speakers such as Dr. Shaf Keshavjee, Rick Hansen, Dr. Samantha Nutt, Clara Hughes, Deepa Mehta, Margaret Atwood, Chief Clarence Louie, Roberta Bondar, Edward Burtynsky, Dr. Wilton Littlechild, Lisa Moore, Douglas Coupland, Shelagh Rogers, Jay Ingram, Shary Boyle, Carol Off, Bob Rae, Dionne Brand, Henry Mintzberg, and many more.

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The Walrus Foundation is a registered charitable non-profit (No. 861851624-RR0001) with an educational mandate to create forums for conversations on matters vital to Canadians. The foundation is dedicated to supporting writers, artists, ideas, and thought-provoking conversation. We achieve these goals by publishing The Walrus magazine—which focuses on Canada and its place in the world—ten times a year; producing the national series of Walrus Talks; posting original, high-quality content daily at; and training young professionals in media, publishing, and non-profit development.

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Angela Misri is the digital director at The Walrus, and has worked at The Banff Centre and the CBC. She has written about technology and women in technology for the Walrus, the Globe and Mail, CBC Radio and many other publications.