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Nov 22 2017

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Policy in a Pub: Canada in the Age of Trump and Brexit

November 22, 2017 | By

Are We Immune?

Many western democracies are witnessing rising populism and social fracture. Canada so far seems to have avoided these trends, but are we really immune to them? Is our sense of Canadian exceptionalism grounded in fact, or more of a myth?

Join us on November 22nd for a lively discussion of these topics with Michael Adams, author of Could It Happen Here? Canada in the Age of Trump and Brexit. Adams’ work draws on groundbreaking new social work to show whether Canadian society is at risk of the populist forces afflicting other parts of the world.

The Mowat Centre is committed to connecting professionals from across the broader public policy community by bringing together people from the public, private, non-profit, academic and media sectors. This discussion is part of our Policy in a Pub series, an ongoing opportunity to hear from each other and exchange ideas in an informal setting.

Speaker

Michael Adams
President, Environics Institute for Survey Research
Author

Moderator

Meagan Fitzpatrick
Journalist, CBC

Meagan Fitzpatrick is a CBC journalist who covered both Parliament Hill and Washington, including the 2016 US elections. She currently covers Queen’s Park.

Free (Snacks to be provided)

Details

Wednesday, November 22
5:00 – 8:00pm

The Pilot
Stealth Lounge
22 Cumberland Street

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