Thu, Nov 08|
Peter Lougheed Hall
Trumpism and the Future of Alberta Politics
Want to hear how developments south of the border can effect Alberta politics in the lead-up to the 2019 provincial election? Register for “Trumpism and the Future of Alberta Politics”.
Time & Location
Nov 08, 2018, 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Peter Lougheed Hall, City Room, University of Alberta North Campus, 11011 Saskatchewan Drive NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 2B4, Canada
About the event
This event unites scholars from across Canada and the United States, across a variety of disciplines, to offer a prospective look at the 2019 Alberta Provincial Election.
Public servants, researchers, students, and interested public will have a chance to engage in discussions of timely political topics including the scope and reach of populism, the evolving definition of progressivism, the state of Alberta’s political culture, and the prospects for a conservative resurgence in the province.
11:30 am Registration open
12:30 pm Welcoming Luncheon
- Introduction and Welcome
- Jared Wesley (University of Alberta) and Loleen Berdahl (University of Saskatchewan)
- Keynote Address: KPMG
- Keynote Address: Trumpism and its Reach (Invited speaker: Dr. Terri Givens)
1:30 pm First Roundtable: Trumpism in Alberta?
- Moderator: Jared Wesley (University of Alberta)
- Speakers: Malinda Smith (University of Alberta), Michelle Moroto (University of Alberta), Frédéric Boily (University of Alberta), Bob Murray (Dentons)
2:45 pm Health & Networking Break
3:00 pm Second Roundtable: Return to Dynasty? Whither the NDP?
- Moderator: Loleen Berdahl (University of Saskatchewan)
- Speakers: David Stewart (University of Calgary), Dave McGrane (University of Saskatchewan), Janet Brown.
4:15 pm Closing Remarks
4:30 pm Adjournment
Must be a current IPAC member to be eligible for this ticket.$15.00