Annual conference hosted by the Carleton University School of Public Policy and Administration, Ottawa, Ont., November 2, 2006.
This November 2nd session features a panel discussion on the design and implementation of government accountability systems, with an emphasis on Canada’s Federal Accountability Act (Bill C-2).
The speakers are John Williams (Conservative MP), France Houle (associate law professor at the University of Montreal) Allan Tupper (political science professor at the University of British Columbia), Heather MacIvor (associate political science professor at the University of Windsor), Christopher Stoney (associate professor at Carleton University), Sébastien Grammond (law professor at the University of Ottawa), and John McEldowney (law professor at the University of Warwick in England).
After speeches, panellists answer questions from the rapporteur and conference attendees. Conference chair Nathalie Des Rosiers makes opening remarks. Mark Walters (faculty of law at Queens University) serves as rapporteur.