Posted on September 12, 2019 by Sydney Tancowny

Recent elections of conservative governments in a number of provinces have shown the underlying divisions between ideological, policy and federal positions in Canada. Following four years of Liberal Government in Ottawa, the 2019 election has already sparked tensions regarding immigration, climate change, fiscal federalism and ethics, but at its heart are core issues of identity, …

Recent elections of conservative governments in a number of provinces have shown the underlying divisions between ideological, policy and federal positions in Canada. Following four years of Liberal Government in Ottawa, the 2019 election has already sparked tensions regarding immigration, climate change, fiscal federalism and ethics, but at its heart are core issues of identity, party affiliation, leadership and (as always) money. This panel will explore the issues emerging in the upcoming election, with a particular emphasis upon Western Canada, Albertan conservatism and Alberta’s place in Confederation.

 

Panel participants:

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

Sandra Rein, Associate Professor, Political Studies

Shauna Wilton, Associate Professor, Political Studies


Wednesday, October 2
12:00 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.



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