From the Campaign Trail to Cabinet Making: What Canadians can expect from a government in transition


When: Mercredi 21 Octobre 2015, 10h00

Where: Offices of Borden Ladner Gervais 100 Queen St #1300 Ottawa, ON

What are the implications of the longest election campaign in modern Canadian history? Policy leaders to helped make sense of the federal election results with a spirited panel discussion and a question and answer period.

Opening remarks

  • Anne-Marie Hubert, Managing Partner, Advisory Services, Ernst & Young

What can Canadians expect in the post-election era?
Moderated by: Evan Solomon, Canadian writer, magazine publisher and radio-television journalist 

  • Max Cameron, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions at the University of British Columbia 
  • Carissima Mathen, Professor of Law, University of Ottawa
  • Dan Gardner, Editor, Policy Options

What impact will the long election campaign have on politics and governance?
Moderated by: Evan Solomon, Canadian writer, magazine publisher and radio-television journalist 

  • Peter Donolo, Political strategist and former Chief of Staff  to Michael Ignatieff
  • Madelaine Drohan, Canada Correspondent, The Economist
  • Geoff Norquay, Principal, Earnscliffe Strategy Group
  • Jim Stanford, Economist, Unifor

Closing remarks

  • Gar Knutson, Counsel, Borden Ladner Gervais

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