Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean’s, and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The three discuss the outcome of the P.E.I. election and what it means for the upcoming federal election, why Canada was paying close attention to the Ukrainian election, and the outcome of a report released by Canada’s privacy commissioner scrutinizing Facebook’s lack of privacy guidelines.
Canada 2020 is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a conversation between Canada and Mexico’s top environment and climate change officials tomorrow in Ottawa. Click here for the livestream link.
Heraldo Muñoz, Chile’s Foreign Minister, recently stated at a Canada 2020 event that “The challenge for foreign policymakers is how to skillfully combine principles and national interests in the best way possible for addressing the complex challenges of this turbulent world.” Read more of that speech here.
Canada 2020 and the Center for American Progress will host two special events with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during his first state visit to the United States next week. The first event will be the Prime Minister’s Reception, an invitation-only gala happening the evening before the State Dinner on Wednesday, March 9th at the Renwick Gallery. The first event will be the Prime Minister’s Reception, an invitation-only gala happening the evening before the State Dinner on Wednesday, March 9th at the Renwick Gallery. This event is invitation-only, and hosted in partnership with the Smithsonian Institute. The second event will be a special luncheon event happening the day after the State Dinner on Friday, March 11th at the Mayflower Hotel.
RELEASE: Canada 2020 and the Center for American Progress to Host Event with Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau During State Visit Washington, D.C. – Canada 2020 and the Center for American Progress will host a series of special events in March with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during his first state visit to the United States. […]
Not long ago, the pundits and chattering class were turning off the lights on the Obama presidency. They said he had failed to live up to the promise of the hopes he had created as a presidential candidate. After the 2014 midterm election, the President looked isolated politically and the prospects of success on the policy front seemed very limited.
Congratulations on your election (or re-election). You deserve a rest, but regrettably you will not get one, because now you must govern. During the campaign, your attention was focused on the daily battle for votes, but now the future stretches before you. Your most important task—like that of all your predecessors—is to create the conditions in which Canadians and Canada can thrive, now and in the years to come.
Photo and video from Canada 2020’s Global Energy Outlook 2015, featuring Ambassador Carlos Pascual from IHS, as well as a panel discussion with Tim McMillan (CAPP), Elyse Allan (GE Canada), Robert Johnston (Eurasia Group), Shawn McCarthy (Globe & Mail), and Don Newman (Canada 2020).