iVOTE Debate on Infrastructure – Sept. 16, 2015

Vote 2015 Special

iVOTE Debate on Infrastructure – Sept. 16, 2015

Politics, Public Policy and Infrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities
iVote-jeVote presents a panel discussion on Infrastructure and Municipal affairs as it relates to the 2015 Federal Election.
A researchers panel frames the discussion by analyzing and debating the key issues surrounding public infrastructure in Canada.
Among the participants of this panel are Eric Champagne (uOttawa, Centre on Governance), Luc Turegon (uOttawa)
and Steve Pomeroy (Carleton University’s Centre for Urban Research and Education).
A political panel follows between city mayors and federal politicians on the issue of municipal infrastructure.
Among the participants of this panel are Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin (Mayor of Gatineau), Berry Vrbanovic (Mayor of Kitchener), Catherine McKenna (Liberal Party Candidate, Ottawa-Centre) and Emilie Taman (NDP Candidate, Ottawa-Vanier)
Following this Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi addresses the audience live via-Facebook. (Sept 17, 2015)