United States/Canada...A Complicated Friendship
with Hal Hannaford
Friendships are complicated, and the intense and important friendship between Canada and the United States is no different. This three session course will examine the history of this friendship, and how it evolved into the closest relationship between any two countries on the globe. We will examine the political, economic, cultural, sociai, and philosophical differences with the hope of gaining a better understanding of how we can learn from each other. If this friendship is going to be maintained, we need to have a greater appreciation of each other. There is so much to gain from a true understanding of our perspective strengths and weaknesses. How can two countries be so close yet so different?
Class days: Tuesday 2/1, 2/8, 2/15 2-4 pm
Hal Hannaford (halhannaford.com) has spent his entire professional life in education. In June, 2020 Hal retired after completing his 31st year as a Headmaster in Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS) schools. He studied at Queen’s University (Economics), Concordia University (B. Comm.), University of Toronto (B. Ed.), and The European Institute of Business Administration (M.B.A.).
Hal was Director of Kilcoo Camp from 1982 – 1984, and as a teacher; he has had experience at both an elementary and high school level in Canada (Crescent School); and at university where he was a member of the Faculty of International Business at the American University in Paris.
He has a keen interest in athletics, public speaking, auctioneering (has raised over $30,000,000 for charitable causes), landscaping, drumming, and has a musical passion for The Blues. Hal and his wife Susan (susandohertyhannaford.com), an author, live in Montréal and have two children; Alisse, a medical doctor doing her infectious disease residency at the Hospital of UPenn, and Reid, a graduate from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU, a filmmaker in New York.
Feb 1 - 15th, 2022
Tue for 3 weeks from 2:00 - 4:00 pm
For directions, call us at 207-274-3105