Making Sense of the Muddle: A Conversation on Canadian Federal Politics
Canada’s federal political scene continues to change at a dizzying pace. The new Liberal/NDP Supply and Confidence Agreement, as well as the recent federal budget, appears to provide some stability for the government in Ottawa to govern rather than being on a constant election footing. With the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) leadership campaign also in full swing, what does it all mean for running an effective federal government over the next two to three years?
Hon. Wayne Easter, P.C. -Liberal Party Member of Parliament for the PEI riding of Malpeque from 1993 to 2021, former Solicitor General of Canada
Hon. Lisa Raitt, P.C. – – Vice-Chair Global Investment Banking, CIBC Capital Markets, former Deputy Leader of the Official Opposition, Conservative Party of Canada
Shachi Kurl – President, Angus Reid Institute, and media commentator, including CBC’s “Power and Politics”, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Globe and Mail
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