Posted on January 28, 2019 by Sydney Tancowny

The 2015 provincial election upset a 40-plus year legacy of Progressive Conservative governments. In 2019, the NDP government will face two revitalized parties with significant differences on core social, fiscal and economic policies: the United Conservative Party and the Alberta Party. This panel of political scientists will explore these differences, and the policy implications for Alberta, …

The 2015 provincial election upset a 40-plus year legacy of Progressive Conservative governments. In 2019, the NDP government will face two revitalized parties with significant differences on core social, fiscal and economic policies: the United Conservative Party and the Alberta Party. This panel of political scientists will explore these differences, and the policy implications for Alberta, with an emphasis on women and politics, social and cultural politics and rural Alberta.

 

Panel participants:

Clark Banack, Adjunct Professor, Political Studies

Lars K. Hallström, Professor, Political Studies, and Director of the Alberta Centre for Sustainable Rural Communities

Shauna Wilton, Associate Professor, Political Studies


Wednesday, February 27 — 12 pm

Mayer Family Community Hall, Lougheed Performing Arts Centre

Register: rsvp.augustana@ualberta.ca | 780-679-1626

FREE event

$5 lunch available upon registration. Students EAT FREE but must register, compliments of the Augustana Alumni Office.

 



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