Election 42: Postmortem Panel Discussion

Most pundits, pollsters, and political junkies agree: 19 October’s federal election is perhaps one of the most exciting electoral contests that Canada’s ever seen. Can Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party maintain control of the House of Commons after nearly a decade in power? Will Thomas Mulcair and his New Democrats make Canadian history andContinue reading “Election 42: Postmortem Panel Discussion”

Election 42: Postmortem Panel Discussion

Event Date October 23, 2015 12:00 – 1:30 pm Location Room CG-160, Canadiana Building, 14 Queen’s Park Cres. W. Most pundits, pollsters, and political junkies agree: 19 October’s federal election is perhaps one of the most exciting electoral contests that Canada’s ever seen. Can Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party maintain control of the HouseContinue reading “Election 42: Postmortem Panel Discussion”

Future Trends to Watch For and Past Policy Lessons

Beyond the Headlines peers into the future to identify the trends that will shape policymaking in 2013 and afterwards. We also look backwards to learn from past lessons in responding to the unexpected. Guests: Dr. Matthew Burrows, National Intelligence Council  Thomas Malnight, IMD Business School Mel Cappe, School of Public Policy and Governance at the University ofContinue reading “Future Trends to Watch For and Past Policy Lessons”