Event Date: June 6, 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Location: Desmarais Building 4104, 55 Laurier Ave E., Ottawa
Presented by the Centre for International Policy Studies, the Canadian International Council – National Capital Branch in collaboration with the Retired Heads of Mission Association
Video recording of the event is available here.
What can we expect for Canadian foreign policy after the next election? How will our elected leaders meet today’s key global challenges? What place do they see for Canada in the world?
Join Moderator Chris Hall of CBC and representatives of the major federal political parties for a panel discussion on Canada’s foreign policy and the upcoming federal election. Expect a lively discussion followed by questions from the audience.
Rob Oliphant, Liberal MP and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs
Hon. Erin O’Toole, Conservative Party of Canada Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs
Guy Caron, New Democratic Party Critic for Foreign Affairs
Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party
Moderated by Rita Abrahamsen, Director of CIPS, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, uOttawa
This panel is the first in the series ‘Voting for a Better World? Foreign Policy in the 2019 Election’, hosted by CIPS and funded by an SSHRC Exchange Grant. Subsequent panels will take place in September.