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Speeches

Contents:

  • “Innovation, competition and Canada’s future and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research”
  • “Issues in health: a socio-economic perspective” presentation sponsored by The Alberta Health Community, 15 Feb 1991
  • “Can Canada sustain its prosperity?” Young Memorial Visitor, 19 Mar 1991
  • “Can government labs be of any use in Canada to create wealth in the future?” EMR Forum on S&T Revenue Generation, 28 May 1991
  • “Change, opportunity and innovation” convocation address, University of Montreal, 20 June 1991
  • “Innovation, prosperity and government”
  • Quebec Colloquium, 9 Oct 1991
  • “Ideas, prosperity and social justice” Len Bolger, Gordon MacNabb and Fraser Mustard
  • Slides used at Alberta Health Care Association, 26 Nov 1991
  • Peter Maurer memorial plaque dedication, 8 Dec 1993
  • “Priorities and clinical and health research, a Canadian base” 20 Dec 1991

Speeches

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  • “Prosperity or decline: Canada’s choice” The Vancouver Institute, 27 Jan 1996
  • Text prepared for Banff Centre Alumni Journal, 23 Apr 1996
  • “The economy and social equity in a period of major techno-economic change” Future Working Life Symposium, 22 May 1996
  • “Major technological change (the chips for neurons revolution) socio-economic changes (labour markets and job insecurity) and health and well-being” WHO/Euro – STAKES – International Centre for Health and Society, UCL Workshop, 8-9 June 1996
  • Convocation address, University of Guelph, 3 Oct 1996
  • Convocation address, University of Regina, 19 Oct 1996

Speeches

Contents:

  • “Science, technology and the innovation gap”
  • “Sol Levine: a leader in improving our understanding of society and health”
  • Closing remarks, Atlantic Symposium on Community Action for Children and Youth, 23 Mar 1997
  • “The ‘chips for neurons’ revolution and health and well-being” 43rd Annual Louis H. Bauer Lecture, Apr 1998
  • Transcript of interview on Ideas, CBC Radio, 5 May 1997
  • “Investing in the future of our cities: supporting social entrepreneurship should be a priority” Canadian Urban Institute Roundtable Breakfast Seminars, 11 Sept 1997

Speeches

Contents:

  • “Early experience-based brain development – its effect on health, learning and behavior” Monterrey, Mexico, 20-22 May 2004

Speeches

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  • “Early child development: outcome measures” Measuring Early Child Development, Vaudreuil, Quebec, 26 Apr 2006

Speeches

Series primarily consists of the text and slides of speeches delivered to various groups in the latter decades of Dr. Mustard’s career, on a wide range of issues. Topics include health care, social determinants of health, technological change, economic and policy issues, the role of the university, innovation, social justice, and early childhood education.

The series also begins with a printout from a database kept to organize Dr. Mustard’s many speaking engagements (covering the years 1996-2011), and presentation abstracts covering the years 1989-2010.

Speeches

Contents:

  • “The importance of early childhood for our society: an interview by Dr. Freda Martin with Dr. J. Fraser Mustard” 3 Feb 1995
  • “East West life expectancy gap and socio-economic change” 20-29 Mar 1995
  • Fraser Mustard on Morningside, with Peter Gzowski, edited transcript, 9 Aug 1995
  • “Technion, 71 years of vision, commitment and quality” address at Canadian Technion Society Tribute Dinner, 7 Sept 1995
  • “Vision of the intelligent community” address at Smart ’95, 11th Annual General Assembly of the World Teleport Association, Toronto, 13 Sept 1995
  • “Technology, information and the evolution of social policy: the chips for neurons revolution and socio-economic change”

Speeches

Contents:

  • “George Edward Hall – A physician’s contribution to Western” G. Edward Hall Symposium, University of Western Ontario, Apr 2003
  • “From early child development to human development” Ontario Principals’ Council, “The Register” 13 May 2003
  • “Translating genome science for the social good” CIHR Ottawa, 14 may 2003
  • Honorary Degree Ceremony, Ryerson University, 5 June 2003

Speeches

Contents:

  • Achieving health for all: implications for Canadian health and social policies, CMAJ editorial, 1 Mar 1987
  • Notes for response at Killam Award Ceremony, 12 Mar 1987
  • “Exploring different organizational structures” Social Science Federation of Canada, National Conference on University Research Centres in the Social Sciences and Humanities, 13 Mar 1987
  • Canadian Advanced Technology Association, Strategic Partnering Conference, 15 Apr 1987
  • Convocation address, University of Calgary, 14 May 1987
  • “Science, technology and change” The Governor General’s Canadian Study Conference, Calgary, 28-30 May 1987
  • “Higher education: a changing scene” McMaster 100th anniversary, Canadian Society for Studies in Higher Education, 31 May 1987
  • “An outlook for Canada’s role in international biomedical research” Medical Research Council, 100th anniversary of the National Institutes of Health, 12 Nov 1987

Speeches

Contents:

  • “Research, policy and resource allocation” Connections 88, Saskatoon, 8 Feb 1988
  • Canadian Club address, 28 Mar 1988
  • Address to Business Council on National Issues, 6 Apr 1988
  • “Opportunities for science-based innovation in Canada” National Conference on University Research and the Future of Canada, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 28 Apr 1988
  • “NOMP, sixteen years later“ The Northern Ontario Medical Programme (NOMP) address, 29 Apr 1988
  • University of Toronto convocation, 9 June 1988
  • “The platelet and the response of vessels to injury” Robarts Award Ceremonies, London Ontario, 4 Oct 1988
  • “The determinants of health and alcohol” Alcoholic International Medical Advisory Conference, North Carolina, 4-6 Oct 1988
  • “Research directed to preserving our environment, The Balances – needs of national to enhance science-based innovation and prosperity within ‘sustainable development” Ministry of the Environment, Toronto, 28 Nov 1988

Speeches

Contents:

  • “Health and social capital: a North American experience” 9 Dec 1994
  • “A university’s linkages for health and education in the developing world” Aga Khan University Grand Seminar, 18 Nov 1994
  • “The determinants of health from a historical perspective” with John W. Frank, in Daedalus, Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fall 1994
  • Notes for JFM’s remarks to Ismaili community re: AKU
  • “Ideas, wealth creation and the health and well-being of societies” Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital Annual Meeting” 8 June 1994
  • “Future directions in science and technology” Contemporary Policy Issues and Future Directions, 10 May 1994
  • Speech, 8 Feb 1994
  • “Higher education, ideas, economic growth and political stability” Canadian-Taiwan Higher Education Forum, 28 Mar 1994

Speeches

Contents:

  • “The effect of economic change on societies, children and human development” Family Literacy: Key to a Health Future, Provincial Conference, Saskatoon, 4-6 June 1998
  • Convocation address, Brock University 10 June 1998
  • “The brain, early childhood development pathway to learning and health” HRDC 11 June 1998
  • “Science, technology and social change: the role of universities” University of Regina Heritage and Hope Symposium Oct 1998

Speeches

Contents:

  • “Myths, beliefs, values, facts and health care” Presentation to the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, 22 Mar 2000
  • “Health care as a measure of a society’s humanitarian qualities” Barriers II Conference, Vancouver, 27 May 2000
  • “The future of health in Canada: the art of the possible” 69th Annual Couchiching Conference, 10-13 Aug 2000
  • “Does early childhood matter later?” Literary Review of Canada, 12 Oct 2000
  • “Early child development: the base for a learning society” HRDC/OECD meeting, Ottawa, 7 Dec 2000

Speeches

Contents:

  • “Economics, social environment and health: a perspective since Hall” Health Economics and the Future: Emmett Hall Lecture, 28 May 2001
  • “Equality of opportunity and democracy in a changing world” University of Victoria convocation address

Speeches

Contents:

  • Aga Khan University, summary of session chaired by J. Fraser Mustard on research in the university, Karachi, Pakistan, 16-20 Mar 1989
  • “Scientific and technological research in Canadian universities” Association of Commonwealth Universities, 5 Apr 1989
  • Information technology and the environment, School of Policy Studies Inaugural Conference, queen’s University, Kingston, 13 Apr 1989
  • “Science-based innovation and Canada’s future” Canadian Club Address, Kingston, 13 April 1989
  • “Our future: ‘have we painted ourselves into a corner?’” Science, politics and the public: communicating the issues, symposium of Parliamentarians and Scientists, Ottawa, 8 May 1989
  • “Innovation and Canada’s prosperity: the impact of science, engineering and technology” Congress ’89, prospect for the ‘90s, Edmonton, 29 May-2 June 1989
  • Speaking notes for Fraser Mustard Healthy Public Policy Committee update, Premier’s Council on Health Strategy, Oct 1989
  • “Innovation, competition, the steel industry, and Canada’s future: the need for an enhanced R&D climate” Canadian Steel Producers Association Conference, 20 Oct 1989
  • “Canadian E/E manufacturing industry” Keynote address, 15 Nov 1988
  • “Science and government: society and the use of knowledge” Dec 1989
  • Minutes of proceedings and evidence of the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology, Regional and Northern Development” House of Commons, 5 Dec 1989

Speeches

Contents:

  • Brief to Canadian Constitution committee re: Canadian Federalism and Economic Union, 28 Jan 1992
  • “The impact of wealth generation and technology on health care in the 21st century” 25 May 1992

Speeches

Contents:

  • J. Fraser Mustard comments, 2002 launch, 11 Feb 1993
  • Wealth creation, text, JFM, 9 Mar 1993
  • “Technology, primary wealth creation in a global economy” J.W. Hodgins lectureship, 15 Mar 1993
  • “The health of populations in a global economy” 18 Mar 1993
  • “University change: under pressure” Wilfrid Laurier, Mar 1993
  • “The Ismaili Canada” guest editorial
  • Ontario Liberal Party
  • “Social economic factors and human development” National Forum on Family Security, 2 Apr 1993
  • “Restructuring of health care in Canada” Financial Post Conference, 20 Apr 1993
  • Royal Bank Award, 21 Sept 1993
  • “Historical perspective on how prosperity and the social and physical environments have affected health and well-being” with John Frank, 16-18 Oct 1993
  • “ideas, wealth creation and the health and well-being of societies” Redressing the Imbalance: Health Human Resources in Rural and Northern Communities, 23 Oct 1993
  • “Economic growth and social stability” R.G. Knight Lecture, 23 Nov 1993

Speeches

Contents:

  • “Understanding the complex factors that affect the ecology of health” Community Voices: Healthcare for the Underserved, Tempe, 5-9 Apr 1999
  • “Health, health care and social capital”
  • “Science, technology, social change, and values and beliefs” W. Gunther Plaut Humanitarian Lecture, 1 Nov 1999
  • “Science, technology and social change” University of Alberta Convocation address, 18 Nov 1999

Speeches

Contents:

  • “The Clash of Civilizations by Samuel Huntington” presentation to Mustard’s book club, 11 Jan 2002
  • United Nations General Assembly’s special Session on Children, New York, 8 May 2002
  • World Bank Symposium on Early Child Development, 10 June 2002
  • Remarks, The Toronto Club, 16 Oct 2002

Slides

Series consists of paper copies of slides used by Dr. Mustard in his various presentations. These printouts were kept in binders, organized by year, with each slide assigned a particular number. These binders were presumably used as a reference for assembling a slide show for various presentations. For the years 1996-1999, the slides are digital files only.

Series also consists of electronic versions (PowerPoint) of these files, 1989-2005.

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