Conférence - Monday, November 4, 13h-14h30

The federal elections and Canada’s Arctic policy: what’s next?

The Government of Canada published its Arctic policy one day before the start of the federal election. The policy was co-developed by the Government of Canada and numerous Northern organizations over the last 3 years. Given the electoral results, this roundtable wants to bring experts together to decipher how the Arctic region was talked about during the campaign and the likely direction that it will take in the next. Will the Arctic become a priority for the Government of Canada? Which issues will be prioritized? How can the attention devoted to these issues during the electoral campaign inform us on future orientations?

Heather Nicol is the director of the School for the Study of Canada at Trent University.

Jennifer Spence is an instructor in the Northern Studies program at Carleton University and a fellow with the Centre for International Governance Innovation.

Catherine MacQuarrie is the Deputy Secretary, Federal Engagement, in the Department of Executive and Indigenous Affairs of the Government of the Northwest Territories.

Mathieu Landriault is the director of the Observatoire de la politique et la sécurité de l’Arctique (OPSA).

The federal elections and Canada’s Arctic policy: what’s next?
Quand ?Monday, November 4, 13h-14h30
Où ?

Centre for International Policy Studies

University of Ottawa

120 University Avenue, room 4006

Ottawa, Ontario

K1N 6N5

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