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Canada’s 2019 Federal Election: Where do we go from here?

Posted in Politics & Society
Oct 23, 2019

Canada’s federal election has been full of ups and downs, controversy and discussions surrounding healthcare, affordability, social inequality and climate change, which have been top of mind for Canadians.

Canada’s federal election has been full of ups and downs, controversy and discussions surrounding healthcare, affordability, social inequality and climate change, which have been top of mind for Canadians. Now that the votes have been cast and the results are in, what does this mean for Canadians? A panel of experts will dissect the results from election night, and discuss the impacts on Canadians.

Date: October 23, 2019
Time: 1:30 pm - 3 pm
Location: Prairie Room, Diefenbaker Building, University of Saskatchewan

Seating is limited, so those interested in attending are encouraged to register online.

Speakers include:
Loleen Berdahl, Department Head, Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan
Jim Farney, Department Head, Politics and International Studies, Universty of Regina
Joseph Garcea, Professor, Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan
Sally Housser, President, Level Up Consulting and Analytics
Charles Smith, Associate Professor, St. Thomas More College

 

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