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Public Record - Election 2015: What Does it all Mean?


Moderated by Paul Wells from Maclean's Magazine and co-sponsored by Concordia's Workshops on Social Science Research (WSSR) and the Department of Political Science, this post-election panel will draw on the expertise of a variety of prominent pundits and seasoned specialists of Canadian politics.

Panelists will include several of CBC's Power and Politics panel guests: Ian Capstick (MediaStyle), John Duffy (StrategyCorp), and Tim Powers (Summa Strategies). Drawing on their election and campaign expertise as well as their extensive knowledge of politics in Canada, we will also welcome Dr. Brooke Jeffrey (Concordia University), Dr. Richard Johnston (University of British Columbia), and Dr. Lawrence LeDuc (University of Toronto).


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